May 7, 2021
By Dr. Carlin Daley Reaume ’02, MA ’06, OTD ’07 Dr. Carlin Daley Reaume The saying goes: when a baby is born, so is a mother. It is no secret that the transition into motherhood brings a lot of…
April 29, 2021
Strategic executive at the national professional association will highlight USC Chan’s May 13 online celebration.
April 26, 2021
Three-year initiative to fast-track projects addressing occupational needs and health of individuals, families and communities.
Student Vlog | Caroline at Chan
June 4, 2021
Although Mental Health Awareness month is over, I wanted to write about something I struggle with that many of you may experience as well: sleeplessness. Don’t get me wrong; I love sleeping. I love…
USC Chan Magazine
The Longest Year >
Reflections on the frontline pandemic experience from a hospital-based occupational therapist.
Lessons Learned >
A new course helps make sense of the pandemic by studying it.
Pain and Pleasure >
Face to face and through the screen, a USC occupational therapist helps a client better manage her everyday pain to improve quality of life.
View/download the Fall 2020 / Winter 2021 issue (5.6MB)
A Science of Hope >
How our audacious community of scholars created occupational science.
To Be More Precise >
How sonographic imaging can advance rehabilitation of surgically repaired hand tendons.
A Real Stand-Up Guy >
With the help of Keck Hospital of USC occupational therapists, comedian Eddie Barojas is getting back to joking around.
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