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New publications by UIndy Occupational Therapy faculty

Several faculty from the University of Indianapolis School of Occupational Therapy are authors on recently published articles and book chapters that contribute to the body of knowledge in occupational therapy practice. Katie Polo, DHS, OTR/L, CLT-LANA is a co-author of the peer-reviewed publication “Interventions to promote diabetes self-management in children and youth: A scoping review,”

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UIndy OT faculty publish research on COPD, substance abuse, and telehealth

Three faculty members of the University of Indianapolis School of Occupational Therapy have recently published research in peer-reviewed articles.  This research, on three widely varied topics, will advance the use of occupational therapy in helping people achieve and maintain healthy and productive lives. Beth Ann Walker, PhD, OTR, assistant professor, published “An Open-Access Review to

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OT and health science professors collaborate on falls risk publication

Three professors from the University of Indianapolis School of Occupational Therapy and a professor from the University’s College of Health Sciences recently published an article in the journal Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics on the benefit of education to reduce the risk of falls among older adults. Drs. Brenda Howard (lead author, pictured right),

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UIndy OT faculty & students present at national conference

The American Association of Occupational Therapy’s Annual Conference & Expo takes place April 16-18 in Nashville, Tennessee. The UIndy School of Occupational Therapy will be well represented with several faculty and students making the seven presentations listed below. Community-Based Fieldwork: A Collaboration Between OT Students and a Foster Care Alternative Organization. Presented by: Victoria Wilburn,

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