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AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel

AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel


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Podcasts and chats from the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), which has represented occupational therapy since 1917.

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The AOTA Podcast is sponsored by NYU Steinhardt's top-ranked Department of Occupational Therapy. On today's episode, we speak with Maribeth Clifton, occupational therapist and professor at University of Nebraska Medical Center.... more

Today I am joined by Mary Beth Bruder, Professor of Public Health Sciences and Health Promotion, Pediatrics, and Educational Psychology at UConn and The director of Evidence Based Practice at AOTA, Susan Cahill. We discuss Early... more

On today's episode we speak with Leslie Bennett, the Chairperson of the Ethics Commission at AOTA. We discuss medical ethics, common red flags practitioners can keep an eye out for, and outline real life scenarios and recommendations... more

On today's episode we speak with Stacy Smallfield and Liz Metzger who co-authored the Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Adults Living with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Neurocognitive Disorders. We discuss the... more

On today's episode we speak with American International College Professor and CDC Act Early Ambassador Kate Barlow. We discuss the importance of occupational therapy in public health and how practitioners can increase their... more

On today's episode we speak with Beth Pyatak and Elissa Lee who co-edited a book in the 50 studies every doctor should know series ?50 Studies Every Occupational Therapist Should Know?. We discuss seminal research included in... more

On today's episode we speak with the Chairperson of the Volunteer Leadership Development Committee (VLDC), Moira P. Bushell. She describes the role of VLDC and outlines how volunteering with AOTA can enhance knowledge,... more

On today's episode we speak with Hannah Oldenburg and Jennifer Bergstrom, the founders of the Journal of Acute Care Occupational Therapy. They share the story of starting the journal and provide recommendations for practitioners... more

On today's episode we speak with the Executive Director of Memory Care Home Solutions Jill Cigliana, and Scott Trudeau, the Director of Practice Engagement at AOTA. They outline the Guiding an improved Dementia Exerpeience Model... more

On today's episode we speak with Dr. Lisa Jaegers about working with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health, founding the Saint Louis University (SLU) Transformative Justice... more

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