Touro University Class of 2022 Doctoral Capstone Presentations
Thursday, June 9, 2022
1-5pm @ Touro University Nevada or Virtual. For QR code to register, click here.
We seek to advance and advocate for the profession and practice of occupational therapy.
We also strive to further educational opportunities, increase professional engagement of occupational therapy practitioners, promote evidence-based practice, and align ourselves with the practice standards established by AOTA.
What is OT?
What exactly is occupational therapy? Read some definitions here. Members: Feel free to add your elevator speeches here too!
Congratulations to our newly elected board officers! Thank you to all who voted and ran!
Julia Graham: Vice President
Matt Olivier: Advocacy Chair
Jamie Trevino: Treasurer
OT Advocacy Toolkit coming soon in 2023!
We aim to be:
Creative: We aim to use all available resources, including feedback from team members, to improve our practice. We encourage collaboration and imagination. We are lifelong learners in search of opportunities to grow.
Intentional: We will incorporate evidence-based practices and teachings, reflect on our current practices, pivot when necessary, execute with polish, and celebrate achievements.
Advocates: We will support each other and our personal/professional contacts to improve access and quality of occupational therapy services. We will highlight our strengths and other’s strengths to support engagement in occupations, for learners, professionals, or consumers. We will be persistent, transparent, and proactive.
Diverse and Inclusive: We aim to include diverse backgrounds, viewpoints, and experiences to our community. We hope to create a space that fosters growth, respect, and belonging.