Washington University Occupational Therapy Program

The Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is ranked as the number one occupational therapy program by U.S. News & World Report. For rankings: http://tinyurl.com/3mg5wym

WUSM disclaimer regarding digital communications: https://medicine.wustl.edu/policies/website-privacy/ HIPAA Patient Privacy Policies: https://wuphysicians.wustl.edu/for-patients/for-your-protection/notice-of-patient-privacy-practice-hipaa Disclosure of Conflict of Interest: https://wuphysicians.wustl.edu/for-patients/for-your-protection/conflict-of-interest-in-clinical-care The Program in Occupational Therapy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), located at 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD 20814-3449. ACOTE’s telephone number, c/o AOTA, is (301) 652-AOTA and its web address is www.acoteonline.org.

Mission: http://www.ot.wustl.edu/about/mission-321

The WUOT staff was busy wrapping gifts today for Family #19 as part of the Washington University Medical Center Redevelopment Corporation (WUMCRC) 2019 Holiday Outreach Program. The program gives WUSM departments an opportunity to aid in their mission of stabilizing neighborhoods surrounding the medical campus and assist a family in need. #WashUmed #wuot

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How To OT • A podcast on Anchor

On this week's How to OT podcast, host and creator Matt Brandenburg, OTD/S '20, sits down with Wanda Mahoney, PhD, OTR/L, to hear clinical recommendations and examples of working with clients who have intellectual and development disabilities. Follow the link below to listen. https://anchor.fm/howtoot and be sure to take the survey! #WashUmed #wuot

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Washington University Occupational Therapy Services

Our own, Stephanie Stegman, MOT, OTR/L had the pleasure this morning of being the guest on the taping of a radio show, "We're Having A Senior Moment" with Host Shawn Rimerman, Owner of ComForCare Home Care. The show will air this Sunday, December 8th @ 7:00am on The Big 550 KTRS. Tune in or check back for the link to listen to the show! https://otservices.wustl.edu/ #OTServices #OTontheAir

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OT Program Outstanding Alumni Awards | WUSTL Occupational Therapy

REMINDER! We are accepting nominations through January 31, 2020 for the OT Program Outstanding Alumni Award. The award recognizes alumni of the Program of Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine for their individual achievements in or contributions to the field of occupational therapy in research, education, clinical practice or entrepreneurship. Nominations can be made by online by using the link below! #WashUmed #wuot

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Taking control of tics | WUSTL Occupational Therapy

Clinician Karen Balk, MOT, OTR/L, helps patients like Ryleigh manage tic disorders by using Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT). As one of the only CBIT providers in the area, Balk is a member of the Washington University Pediatric Movement Disorders Clinic. The clinic takes an interdisciplinary approach between psychiatrists, psychologists, neurologists and occupational therapists to treat tic disorders. Read Ryleigh's story by clicking the link below. #WashUmed #wuot #otservices

ot.wustl.edu The Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is ranked as the number one occupational therapy program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

[11/27/19]   The Program in Occupational Therapy will be closed Thursday, Nov. 28 and Friday, Nov. 29 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday. #WashUmed #wuot

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How To OT • A podcast on Anchor

On this week's How to OT podcast, host and creator Matt Brandenburg, OTD/S '20, interviews Carolyn Baum, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, who shares details on the development of the Activity Card Sort (ACS) occupational profile process, along with the creation of a number of cognitive assessments. She also emphasizes the importance of functional cognition, considerations when working with clients who have cognitive deficits and shares how the medical system is looking for what the occupational therapy body of knowledge prepares practitioners to do. Follow the link below to listen. https://anchor.fm/howtoot #WashUmed #wuot

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Melanie Hubbuck, OTD/S ’20, was invited to serve as a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT) Research Division. The division identifies, implements and coordinates ASHT's research activities such as identifying new grant opportunities, Journal Club chat, reviewing and grading abstracts submitted for ASHT’s annual meeting, and mentoring prospective researchers. Hubbuck will serve a three-year term. #WashUmed #wuot

Congratulations to Quinn Tyminski, OTD, OTR/L, who received the 2019 Missouri Occupational Therapy Association's Outstanding Educator Award. This award recognizes the administrator, supervisor or educator who promotes professionalism, civic engagement, occupation-based care, volunteerism, mentoring the future generation of occupational therapy practitioners and serves as a positive role model for staff and/or students. #WashUmed #wuot

Congratulations to Abby Rubin, OTD/S ’21, who received the 2019 Missouri Occupational Therapy Association's Susan Sheckley Barnes Scholarship. Barnes was a 1928 graduate of our program who embraced generosity, altruism, creativity, leadership, resourcefulness and optimism. The award is granted to an entry-level OT student each year that best demonstrates the Barnes' positive values. #WashUmed #wuot

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Women's 100m T52 Final | Dubai 2019

Congratulations to our Kerri Morgan, PhD, OTR/L, ATP! She just took the Gold in the Women's 100M T52 on day 7 of the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai! #WashUmed #wuot

Final of the Women's 100M T52 on day 7 of the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai. Results Gold: Kerry Morgan (USA) Silver: Teruyo Tanaka (Japan...

More photos of faculty at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine's 96th Annual Conference held Nov. 5-8 in Chicago. #ACRM2019 #WashUMed #wuot

Today, we were honored to have Alex Schwartz guest lecture in the Fundamentals of Professional Communication course for first year students. He engaged in a mock occupational interview session where he answered questions about his experience being a double amputee. Alex is an athlete, a movie actor and an advocate for people with amputations. Follow Alex on Instagram @schwartzenegga or visit his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/alexschwartzatv to learn more about his inspirational story. #WashUmed #wuot

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How To OT • A podcast on Anchor

Today is a special release day for the podcast How to OT. Host and creator Matt Brandenburg, OTD/S '20, published two episodes featuring interviews with Dr. Laura Gitlin and Dr. Catherine Piersol on evidence-based interventions for dementia care. Both interviews highlight the role of occupational therapy in dementia care and emphasize how OTs can be the most critical health-care providers with people who have dementia and their caregivers. Follow the link below to listen. https://anchor.fm/howtoot #WashUmed #wuot

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Congratulations Alex Wong, PhD, DPhil, BSOT, for being elected secretary to the ACRM Measurement Networking Group Executive Committee. His two-year term started last week during the 2019 ACRM Conference. Here, Wong is pictured with Peggy Barco, OTD, OTR/L, SCDCM, CDRS, FAOTA; PhD students Yejin Lee and Ryan Walsh; and Piper Hansen of the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab following their symposium about patient engagement research at conference. #WashUMed #wuot #ACRM2019

Congratulations to Alex Wong, PhD, DPhil, BSOT, who received the Deborah L. Wilkerson Early Career Award at #ACRM2019 in Chicago this week! #WashUmed #WUOT

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Annual Report | WUSTL Occupational Therapy

Our Annual Report 2019 marks the start of our second century journey by highlighting where we are today in our research, educational and clinical missions and the incredible ways that students power, as well as benefit from, our missions. Click on the link below to read it. #WashUmed #wuot

ot.wustl.edu The Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is ranked as the number one occupational therapy program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

Good news! The long-awaited Patagonia jacket sale is here! Get your full zip, Washington University in St. Louis Occupational Therapy Patagonia jacket for $150 today. Sales will close on Nov.16 at 11:59 p.m. Click on this link to order yours today! https://commerce.cashnet.com/WUSOTA #WashUmed

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Cognitive Support Tech and Ergonomics with Dr. Karen Jacobs by How To OT • A podcast on Anchor

On this week's episode of the podcast, How to OT, host and creator Matt Brandenburg, OTD/S '20, speaks with Boston University's Karen Jacobs, EdD, OTR, CPE, FAOTA, about her work in cognitive support tech and ergonomics. Click the link below to listen. The podcast is also available on the following platforms: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic and Stitcher. Be sure to complete the short survey after listening! #WashUmed #howtoOT

anchor.fm On today’s episode of How to OT we interview Dr. Karen Jacobs. She tells us about some of her new projects, explains the literature and research that went into her work on Project Career and breaks down how cognitive support tech can be used in therapy and to make connections that lead to interpro...

Marit Watson, OTD, OTR/L, PMH-C, was the invited guest for an AOTA Rehabilitation & Disability Special Interest Series (RDSIS) Evidence Interview to discuss her recent research study and publication titled " Journey interrupted: A phenomenological exploration of miscarriage." You can listen to the interview via Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/22nzsy1lnhaov2b/Watson.m4a #WashUmed #wuot

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OT Link Magazine | WUSTL Occupational Therapy

The latest issue of O.T. Link is out! The cover story welcomes Lisa Tabor Connor, PhD, acclaimed researcher in stroke recovery and behavior, back to St. Louis and to Washington University to begin her tenure as the new Elias Michael Executive Director of our Program.

This issue also features stories on our recent curriculum renewal, our role in the Washington University Pediatric Movement Disorders Clinic and the latest Program news. #WashUmed #wuot

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ot.wustl.edu Read issues of OT Link, the alumni newsletter of the Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine.

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Occupation and well-being in OT education with Dr. Steve Taff by How To OT • A podcast on Anchor

In anticipation of the AOTA Education Summit in Las Vegas this coming weekend, the latest episode of the How to OT podcast features Steve Taff, PhD, OTR/L, FNAP, FAOTA, speaking about occupation and well-being in OT education. The podcast is hosted and created by Matt Brandenburg, OTD/S '20. Click the link below to listen. The podcast is also available on the following platforms: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic and Stitcher. Be sure to complete the short survey after listening! #WashUmed #howtoOT

anchor.fm In preparation for the Occupational Therapy Education Summit we interview Dr. Steve Taff, a leader in OT education, about the importance of philosophy in higher education and daily practice. Please take two minutes to help us track how a podcast can help disseminate research by completing this liste...

Faculty, staff and students represented the Program at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT) in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 3-6. Doctoral students in the Hand Therapy Student Learning Clinic, led by Vicki Kaskutas, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and assisted by Rose McAndrew, OTD, OTR/L, CHT, held a workshop and gave poster and scientific oral presentations during the event. Click the link below to learn more! #WashUmed #wuot

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We're wearing our Cardinal gear today to send positive vibes to Atlanta for a Redbird win tonight against the Braves! #CardinalNation #GoCards #WashUmed

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Alumni, are you searching for a new job? Did you know we post jobs from recruiters all across the country on our closed LinkdIn group?

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4776711/

This group is just for our alumni so the content is limited to jobs postings and Program news! Current students are also welcome to join! #WashUmed #wuot

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Congratulations to our new Pi Theta Epsilon (PTE) members, who were inducted on Oct. 2. PTE is a national honor society for occupational therapy students enrolled in professional programs at accredited schools across the U.S. #WashUmed #wuot

Congratulations to Kerri Morgan, PhD, OTR/L, ATP, who will be serving a two-year term on the American Occupational Therapy Foundation’s Board of Directors starting January 1. She was voted in during the September board vote. #WashUmed #wuot

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How To OT • A podcast on Anchor

The latest episode of the How to OT podcast, hosted and created by Matt Brandenburg, OTD/S '20, features an interview with Kerri Morgan, PhD, OTR/L, ATP, on propulsion and exercise in a mobility device. Morgan's research centers around these topics, and she is a three time Paralympian medalist. Click the link below to listen. The podcast is also available on the following platforms: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic and Stitcher. Be sure to complete the short survey after listening! #WashUmed #howtoOT https://anchor.fm/howtoot

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Celebrating Community Partners | WUSTL Occupational Therapy

We held our annual Community Partners Celebration on Sept. 25. The event brings together and recognizes organizations that provide research, educational and clinical experiences to our students. This year, two organizations were presented with the Community Partner Appreciation Award: the Missouri Department of Transportation and the Sickle Cell Association of St. Louis. Click on the story below to learn more. #WashUmed #wuot

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Congratulations to Quinn Tyminski, OTD, OTR/L, who was accepted into the Foundations in Teaching Skills (FITS) Certificate Program. The program targets junior educators and faculty who are newly incorporating teaching excellence into their careers. Participants receive mentorship, instruction in foundational teaching skills and learning how to produce an educator portfolio. FITS is sponsored by the Office of Education at Washington University School of Medicine. #WashUmed #wuot

Congratulations to Stacy Smallfield, DrOT, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA, and Steve Taff, PhD, OTR/L, FNAP, FAOTA, on their induction into the Washington University School of Medicine Academy of Educators last night. #WashUmed #wuot

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McKendree University’s biopsychology major prepares students for a variety of careers

Ronnie Drummond, OTD/S '20, is a 2017 McKendree graduate and was in the first cohort of biopsychology students. Drummond shares his experiences in the Community Independence OT Clinic, led by Quinn Tyminski, OTD, OTR/L, working with homeless populations in this STLToday article. #WashUmed #wuot

stltoday.com Less than four years old, McKendree University’s biopsychology program is sending graduates into the world well-equipped to succeed in their field. With approximately 60 students, “it is very popular and

Emily Sherman, OTD/S '19 (right) started her doctoral experiential component yesterday by attending the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Capitol Hill Day in Washington, D.C. Sherman represented Missouri alongside AOTA President Wendy Hildenbrand (left) and Director of Practice for the Missouri Occupational Therapy Association Clarice Miller (center). Nearly 600 occupational therapy practitioners attended the event to advocate for clients and the profession."This picture showcases the awesome opportunities available when you become a student at WashU!" Sherman says. #WashUmed #OTHillDay

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How To OT • A podcast on Anchor

Today, Matt Brandenburg, OTD/S '20, released the latest episode of his podcast, How to OT, featuring Quinn Tyminksi, OTD, OTR/L, speaking about mental health practice and applications. Click the link below to listen. The podcast is also available on the following platforms: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic and Stitcher. Be sure to complete the short survey after listening! #WashUmed #howtoOT

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