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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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On Today's episode we speak with Joan Toglia and Erin Foster about their new textbook, The Multicontext Approach to Cognitive Rehabilitation, along with research they've championed related to funcitonal cognition. They share clinical... more

On Today's episode we speak Malachy Clancy about the World Health Organization's Clinical Management of Covid-19 Living Guideline. He shares his role in contributing to the guideline and outlines important information and... more

On Today's episode we speak with AOTA's Executive Director, Sherry Keramidas and past AOTA President Amy Lamb. They outline the design and content development for the new Lead 360 program and share insights and... more

On Today's episode we discuss principles of shared decision making, client centered care, and evidence-based practice with Penny Moyers. Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by... more

On today's Episode we speak with Ashley Efaw, a Clinical Assistant Professor and OT academic Fieldwork Coordinator at the University of Oklahoma. She outlines her recent study "Occupational Therapy Student-initiated journal clubs... more

On today's episode we discuss the patient-reported outcomes measurement information system (PROMIS) with Brocha Stern and Craig Velozo. We discuss what patient-reported outcomes measures are and head from our guests how to... more

On today's episode we speak with Alyson and Arameh about the journey that brought them to become AOTA President and Vice President, the priorities and goals for their terms of service, and reccomendations for OT... more

On Today's episode we discuss Choosing Wisely recommendation #8, "Don't use reflex integration programs for individuals with delayed primary motor reflexes without clear links to occupational outcomes." Aimee Piller shares her... more

On Today's Episode we are joined by Dr. Amy Darragh and Mary Rebekah Trucks. We discuss their work on an NIH funded efficacy trial examining pediatric contstraint induced movement therapy (pCIMT) including implications and... more

On today's episode we speak with Gordon Giles about functional cognition. He outlines how to approach functional cognition throughout the OT process and shares personal stories, clinical and research examples to illustrate... more

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