• APDA receives the 2018 Outstanding Community Partner Award

     The Program in Occupational Therapy selected the Greater St. Louis Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) as this year’s recipient of its Outstanding Community Partner Award.

  • 2018 ASHT Hand Therapy Review Course Washington University School of Medicine is hosting the 2018 ASHT Hand Therapy Review Course on April 27-29.


  • Berg to receive 2018 Gerry and Bob Virgil Ethics of Service Award Christine Berg, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, will receive a 2018 Gerry and Bob Virgil Ethics of Service award on April 17.


  • Creating OT modules for thumbroll app Vicki Kaskutas, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and her students are developing OT modules for thumbroll, a free app that provides step-by-step instruction of medical skills and procedures.


  • OT Scholarship Day 2018 registration open Please join us for the 10th Annual Occupational Therapy Scholarship Day on Friday, May 4 featuring keynote speaker Chetwyn Chan, PhD.


  • AOTA Annual Conference & Expo Are you going to AOTA's Annual Conference & Expo?  Come celebrate our Centennial with us at booth #1126.


  • OT Grand Rounds Our OT Grand Rounds series begins on April 11 with occupational therapists Meghan Doherty, OTD, OTR/L, and Deborah Turley, BSOT, OTR/L, presenting on "Strategies to Improve Work Performance During and After Cancer Treatment."


  • Harnessing the superpower of the environment Susy Stark, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, helps older adults live more independently in their homes by modifying the environment.


  • Call to OT duty Alumna Capt. Kate Baker, OTR/L, CHT, serves her country and profession as an
    Air Force OT.


  • Teaching self-management Program offered to students helps people manage chronic disease


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