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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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Today we speak with Dr. Beth Hunter about her work with the Evidenced Based Practice Team at AOTA. Beth summarizes the basic principles of evidenced-based practice and shares how you can use systematic reviews,... more

On today's episode we speak with current practitioner Julia Kuehn about her lived experience as a fieldwork student with AOTA's evidence based practice team. Fieldwork and life as a new practitioner can be stressful and overwhelming.... more

Dr. Cunningham and Dr. Uyeshiro discuss their work in the University of Southern California Multiple Sclerosis clinic and their contributions to an AOTA systematic review -- ?Interventions within the scope of occupational therapy... more

We speak with expert pediatric therapist and evidenced based champion Aimee Piller about generating, implementing, and promoting evidence in pediatric occupational therapy practice. She shares her experience as a practitioner, as a... more

Because of the public health emergency, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services expanded access to telehealth services allowing patients to receive a wider range of services, including occupational therapy. But as the world... more

Joy Doll leads us on a deep dive into the importance of Health Information Exchanges, Social Determinants of Health, and the role of OT in Primary Care and Telehealth Help AOTA to improve our podcasts by completing... more

Dr. Caitlin Synovec and Julie Miller share their experience developing the "Application of the OTPF-4 to Support and Advance OT" short course and outline three case applications using the OTPF in person, group, and population... more

On today's episode we hear from Patty Laverdure, the program director of occupational therapy at Old Dominion University school of rehabilitation sciences and the Chairperson of the Special Interest Section Council (SISC) at... more

As the publishing arm of the AOTA, AOTA Press takes great pride in its publications. On the latest #AOTAPodcast episode, Amy Lynch, PhD, OTR/L, lead editor of the upcoming trauma book ?Trauma, Occupation, and Participation:... more

Today we introduce the final episode in our three-part Covid-19 case application series. We speak with Shelly Coleman Casto, the occupational therapy inpatient clinical lead and Jordan Walter an inpatient occupational therapist both at... more

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