(AOTA) Student Forum - Preparing for 2017: Innovative Approaches to the Addressing the Priority Practice AreasAmerican Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference (2008)
Graduate doctoral programs in occupational therapy and occupational science can prepare occupational therapists for taking on leadership positions through the creation and implementation of innovative projects in health care and wellness. This panel will present USC doctoral student projects that address the Centennial Vision for 2017. The students’ projects address the six priority areas of practice identified in the Centennial Vision: mental health, productive aging, children and youth, health and wellness, work and industry, and rehabilitation.
Publication DateApril 13, 2008
LocationLong Beach, CA
Citation InformationErna Blanche, Tina C. Yang, Karen McCarthy, Lisa D. Hickey, et al.. "(AOTA) Student Forum - Preparing for 2017: Innovative Approaches to the Addressing the Priority Practice Areas" American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference (2008)
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