Conference Activities​

American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Conference

Faculty and students attended the 2016 American Occupational Therapy Association national conference in Chicago, IL.

 

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Faculty and students represented UF as presenters

  • Using the Kawa Model to Guide Participation and OT Programming in the Community: An Initial Study (Dr. M. Dillon, Dr. T. Dillon, Dr. T. Griffiths)-Contributing authors: M. Tippie, T. Carman, J. Fry, A. Wallace, S. Wright
  • Exploring the Effectiveness of an Occupation-Based Program Aimed at Reducing Food Insecurity (Dr. L. Schmelzer, with Dr. T. Leto, U. of Davenport)
  • (Preconference Institute) Creating Opportunities: Building Capacity for Occupational Therapy in the Criminal Justice Setting (Dr. M. Dillon, with Dr. J. Munoz,  Dr. S. Rogers, Dr. K. Barney, Dr. L. Jaegers, L. Martin, C. Ballentine)
  • Creating Opportunities: Building Capacity for Occupational Therapy in the Criminal Justice Setting (Dr. M. Dillon, with Dr. J. Munoz,  Dr. S. Rogers, Dr. K. Barney, Dr. L. Jaegers, L. Martin, A. Catalano, C. Ballentine)
  • A Palliative Care Model Design for the Alzheimer's Community (Dr. L. Buddelmeyer, with Dr. C. Verrier Piersol, S. Brough)
  • Fighting Fear and Fostering Confidence for Evidence-Based Practice (Dr. L. Schmelzer, Dr. R. King)
  • Gardening as a Meaningful Occupation and its Relationship to Flow (Dr. R. King) Contributing authors: S. Hess, N. Matanick, M. Vorst, E. Wagner)
  • Transition Services to Secondary Students: Evidence, Assessment, Group-Based Intervention, and Meeting Key Challenges (L. Sakemiller, with K. Barth, K. Gooch, Dr. D. Pierce)

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2016 American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference 
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