Diploma: Occupational Therapy
Kenya Medical Training College, Nairobi Kenya
Master of Health Sciences: Occupational Therapy (Orthopedic tract)
University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana
PhD: Health Sciences
Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Dovison Kereri is a clinical associate professor and serves as the DScOT Program Director at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan since July 2021.
Dr. Kereri graduated with an undergraduate degree in 1994, Masters in 2003, and PhD in 2018. He has practiced Occupational Therapy in various departments (pediatrics, physical dysfunction, home care, and psychiatry) for more than 27 years. He has extensive experience in acute care, long term care, home care, and outpatient. He has held various positions from clinician, manager, program director, to regional director. Additionally, he has served as a clinical/fieldwork educator for many OT and OTA students. He has taught as adjunct faculty at Parkland College since 2017. He enjoys teaching physical dysfunction, evidence-based practice, policy and leadership, ethics, and research methods. His research interest is in government policy and health care.