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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 discuss the updated 2022 CDC Developmental Surveillance Milestone Checklists with Dr. Kate Barlow and Dr. Kris Barnekow. Kate and Kris are both ambassadors for the CDC's Learn the Signs. Act Early.... more

On today's episode we speak with Dr. Erika Kemp about the "Advancing the Entry-Level Practitioner" paper published in the Journal of Occupational Therapy Education. Erika shares how evidence-based practice and knowledge translation... more

On today's episode we discuss Post-Acute Care Systematic Review with Dr. Beth Hunter and Julie Malloy. They give background on the importance of emphasizing quality care in OT practice and how you can help clients avoid adverse health... more

We speak with Dr. Molly McCarthy of University of Nebraska Medical Center Division of OT education about her recent article "Using Critically Appraised Papers (CAPs) in an OT curriculum: Ideas for teaching and practice". We... more

On Today's Episode we speak with Dr.s Kelly Tanner and Lisa Juckett about the development of the knowledge translation toolkit. We discuss barriers to implementing evidence into clinical practice and outline resources that can... more

On today's Episode we speak with Dr. Teal Benevides about how to improve health outcomes by engaging stakeholders in research, intervention, and education. Teal describes her research with clients on the specturm and their... more

The final Medicare home health PPS rule permanently allows occupational therapists to perform the initial and comprehensive assessments required to open Medicare home health therapy cases beginning on January 1, 2022. Jennifer... more

On today's episode we discuss the Children and Youth Practice Guidelines for ages 5-21 and clinical applications for practitioners with Dr. Susan Cahill and Dr. Stephanie Beisbier. Listen along as we summarize the evidence and research... more

On today's episode Dr. Lauren Little shares her research and expertise related to telehealth interventions for autism spectrum disorder. We discuss how telehealth has evolved during the pandemic, how access remains an issue, and how... more

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

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