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  • The role of OT in the primary care clinic The role of OT in the primary care clinic Establishing a new model of OT care in the primary care setting

     

  • Stark promoted with tenure Stark promoted with tenure We are pleased to announce that at the Washington University in St. Louis Board of Trustees meeting on Dec. 1, Susy Stark, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, was promoted to associate professor with tenure, effective Jan. 1, 2018.
  • Pineda to receive the 2018 AOTF A. Jean Ayers Award Pineda to receive the 2018 AOTF A. Jean Ayers Award

     Bobbi Pineda, PhD, OTR/L, was selected by the Board of Trustees of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation to receive the 2018 AOTF A. Jean Ayres Award.

  • Berg to receive 2018 Distinguished Faculty Award Berg to receive 2018 Distinguished Faculty Award Christine Berg, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, will receive a 2018 Distinguished Faculty Award at a Faculty Recognition Event on Feb. 28, 2018.

     

  • Functional fashion Functional fashion WashU students design prototype garments for athletes with disabilities
  • Taff receives 2017 Emerson Award Taff receives 2017 Emerson Award Steve Taff, PhD, OTR/L, FNAP, FAOTA, received the Emerson "Excellence in Teaching" Award on Nov. 12.
  • There's an app for that There's an app for that OT researcher challenges methods to track rehabilitation outcomes
  • Innovations in Education Innovations in Education New initiatives for preparing OT academicians and conducting educational research
  • Healthy Aging Healthy Aging Expanding awareness of occupational therapy for aging populations
  • Turning 100 Turning 100 Alumna Gladys Freund Barker, BSOT ‘39, MS, celebrates her 100th birthday
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