The continuing education (CE) opportunities listed below are designed as introductory level activities for anyone who is interested in gaining more knowledge about applications of Lifestyle Redesign. We welcome OT practitioners and allies with all levels of experience and from all areas of practice.
USC is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development.
These 1-hour activities will be held on a bi-monthly basis (every other month) and are open to anyone interested in learning more about how lifestyle management approaches have been implemented in real-world clinical and research settings. Each webinar will be unique in topic and led by a notable speaker with experience in said topic.
Webinar: Optimizing Occupations, Habits, and Routines for Health and Well-being: An Overview of the Lifestyle Redesign Intervention Framework
February 22, 2024 (0.1 CEU)
In this 1-hour “lunch-and-learn” webinar, authors Dr. Beth Pyatak and Dr. Chantelle Rice Collins will lead participants in a deep dive into their recent publication “Optimizing Occupations, Habits, and Routines for Health and Well-Being With Lifestyle Redesign: A Synthesis and Scoping Review”. The speakers will outline the Lifestyle Redesign intervention framework’s core characteristics and draw upon a case study to illustrate the application of Lifestyle Redesign in clinical practice, including an overview of the findings from evaluation, long term goal setting, treatment topics addressed, and outcomes from treatment. In addition, the speakers will highlight key findings from the scoping review conducted for this publication, showcasing the intervention’s adaptability in its application across diverse populations and settings.
Date: Thursday, February 22, 2024
Time: 12-1pm Pacific Time
Audience: This is an introductory level activity designed for OT practitioners, however, all levels of experience are welcome as are all areas of practice. Registration is required to join the webinar.
Cost: This webinar is offered at no cost.
Speakers: Beth Pyatak PHD, OTR/L, CDCES, FAOTA and Chantelle Rice Collins OTD, OTR/L, CDCES