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New course on thriving at USC and beyond earns rave reviews

In a low-stress class geared toward incoming freshmen, students develop skills to lead balanced and fulfilling lives.

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By Eric Lindberg / USC News Debbie Lee didn’t realize how much she was ignoring her health and wellness. The USC junior has a packed schedule — serving as president of the undergraduate student body and volunteering with a Christian ministry on campus while pursuing her political science major.… Read more

For faculty with OT spouses, love actually is all around

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Collaboration with Katie Jordan, Kim Lenington and Danny Park Edited by Joyce Yoo Have you ever wondered what it would be like, both personally and professionally, to date or marry a fellow occupational therapist? Would it affect how you manage your household? Or how you raise children? Three USC… Read more

China Initiative scholars at the halfway point of their USC journey

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By Evan Nicholas Yijun “Jane” Liu and Hui “Angela” Wang knew they were in for an adventure when they accepted a 2017 offer to become USC Chan’s China Initiative Scholars. As such, Yijun and Hui will earn both MA and OTD degrees at USC before accepting positions in Beijing as the first… Read more

DEA Committee brings fresh perspective to the issue of diversity in the Chan Division

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By Evan Nicholas It’s widely accepted that institutions of higher learning have an ethical obligation to promote diversity, but a growing body of evidence suggests that, within healthcare professions, diversity is much more than a moral issue. In the United States, people of color still die most… Read more

How to THRIVE in 2019

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© MarekPhotoDesign.com / Adobe Stock Ashley Uyeshiro Simon, OTD, OTR/L, MSCS Are you sick of making resolutions that you never stick to? Associate Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy, Ashley Uyeshiro Simon, OTD, OTR/L, MSCS, shares with us a few strategies to jumpstart your new year to not… Read more

Election Q&A with Katie Jordan

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Katie Jordan (Photo by Glenn Marzano) Katie Jordan, associate chair of occupational therapy clinical services and clinical professor, has officially announced her candidacy in the 2019 elections held by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Jordan is running for the position of Director to… Read more

Bodison to receive AOTF Ayres Award

Award recognizes career-long dedication to the science and practice of sensory integration and processing.

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Stefanie Bodison Assistant Professor of Research Stefanie Bodison ’92, MA ’93, OTD ’10 has been named the 2019 recipient of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation's A. Jean Ayres Award. The Ayres award recognizes commitment to research-related development or testing of occupational… Read more

On its 20th anniversary, “Occupation as Ends, Occupation as Means” as relevant as ever

How the 1998 article explained occupation-based practice to a generation of clinicians and students.

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By Evan Nicholas MA ’19 Julie McLaughlin Gray (Photo by Hannah Benet) Julie McLaughlin Gray's now-familiar article, "Putting Occupation into Practice: Occupation as Ends, and Occupation as Means," turns 20 years old this year. During the past two decades, this seminal work has captured attention… Read more

How your senses can help you better enjoy the holidays

Tips from an occupational therapist for a healthy, happy, holiday season.

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By Tessa Milman Wondering how to manage stress this holiday season? Running out of time to recharge and relax? As a full-time working mother of two little ones, I know what it is like to have limited “me time.” If you are feeling pressed for time at this time of year, consider using your senses… Read more

These surprising specialists may help you kick habits and prevent disease

Physical and occupational therapists are teaming up with physicians to provide personalize care for injury recovery, disease prevention and much more.

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