Conference Activities​


American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Conference

Faculty and students attended the 2014 American Occupational Therapy Association national conference in Baltimore, MD in April, 2014.



Faculty represented UF as presenters

  • Correcting the Chasm in Corrections with Contemporary Community-Based Practice. (Dr. M. Dillon, Dr. T. Griffiths, Dr. R. King)
  • Educational Strategies for Developing Cultural Competence. (Dr. T. Leto, Dr. R. King)
  • Paving the Way to Progressive Practice: Tying Curricular Threads to the Development of OT Programming in a County Jail. (Dr. M. Dillon, Dr. T. Griffiths)
  • Are We There Yet?: Creating Critical Mass in Correctional Settings. (Dr. J. Munoz, Dr. M. Dillon, Dr. S. Rogers, M. Simmons, R. Thomas)
  • Coaching for Emerging Occupational Therapy Practice: Evidence for Health, Wellness, and Participation. (S. Garland, MA, OTR/L; L. Buddelmeyer, MOT, OTR/L; E. Phillips, MSOT, OTR/L)
  • Centennial Vision in Action. (Dr. A. Lamb; Dr. S. Bazyk; L. Buddlemeyer, MOT, OTR/L; Dr. E. Espiritu; Dr. C. Mkiush; C. Siebert, MS, OTR/L)

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​Previous AOTA Conferences
SanDiego ​CA ​2013
​Indianapolis ​IN ​2012
​Philadelphia ​PA ​2011
​Orlando ​FL ​2010
​Houston ​TX ​2009