University of Southern California
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Occupational therapy programs promote ‘Lifestyle Redesign’
The USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy works towards promoting healthy lifestyle changes and reevaluating habits such as sleeping, eating and exercising to help students create healthy habits, practice meaningful occupations and manage chronic health conditions.
Scarlett Lovallo, in Daily Trojan | April 5, 2024

USC Study Shows Occupational Therapy Helps Diabetes Patients Make Lifestyle Changes that Can Prevent Serious Health Complications
The pilot study is the first to be completed under a novel academic-government collaboration between the SC CTSI, the UCLA CTSI, and the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
Paul Karon, in Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute | November 8, 2019

Occupational therapy can improve health of young adults with diabetes, USC study shows
Research participants who completed the program improve their quality of life and good health habits
Mike McNulty, in USC Today | February 1, 2018

Occupational Therapy Helps Young Adults With Diabetes
An occupational therapy intervention can help improve HbA1c and improve quality of life in young adults with diabetes, new research finds.
Miriam E. Tucker, in Medscape | June 21, 2017

Beth Pyatak Is A Type 1 Diabetes Researcher, D-Wife And New D-Mom…
Beth Pyatak has perspective times three. She is a diabetes researcher, married to a man who has type 1 and the mother of a little boy who was recently diagnosed.
Arden's Day and The Juicebox Podcast | September 29, 2015

Self-care among Latinos with diabetes studied
Elizabeth Pyatak seeks ways to make health an everyday habit for teens and young adults
Paul Karon, in USC Today | September 11, 2014

Strategies to Help Manage Diabetes
A scientist at USC is filling a critical gap in knowledge and care by developing strategies for coping with diabetes that are targeted specifically at young adults.
Robert Perkins, in USC News | July 25, 2011