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OT Students Make a Difference in the Community
Occupational Therapy Association of California Newsletter (2015)
  • Tracey Airth-Edblom, Department of Occupational Therapy, Dominican University of California
Abstract
Occupational therapy (OT) students at Dominican University of California (DUOC) are making a difference in their community at large, as well as in their college community. Second year OT students are required to take a class in Education Principles and Practices to enable them to be the most effective health educators they can be. These principles prepare occupational therapy students for educating clients and their families, colleagues, other health care providers, and the community at large in the service of health and wellness promotion.
Keywords
  • Occupational Therapy,
  • graduate students
Publication Date
September, 2015
Citation Information
Tracey Airth-Edblom. "OT Students Make a Difference in the Community" Occupational Therapy Association of California Newsletter Vol. 40 Iss. 4 (2015) p. 6
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tracey_airth-edblom/1/