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Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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Students Speak - Why Join AOTA?

A video by students, for students, on becoming and remaining an AOTA member. Read more

USC Hospitals Go Smoke Free

In an effort to promote health and wellness at the USC Health Sciences campus, several partners in the USC clinical enterprise went smoke free Oct. 1. To read more: USC Hospitals Go Smoke Free The USC Lifestyle Redesign® Smoking Cessation and Relapse Prevention program is evidence-based and… Read more

Daily Trojan - September 1, 2010

Division is mentioned in Donation funds new disability center. Read the article at: Donation funds new disability center Read more

Florence Clark will deliver the Keynote Address

-- Putting Occupational Therapy in High Definition in Our Golden State -- at OTAC’s 34th Annual Conference. Date/Location: Friday, October 15, 2010, 4:00 – 5:00 pm at the Pasadena Convention Center Exhibit Hall and Ballrooms Building – Rooms A/B/C. While at conference, attend the… Read more

Sing-Song Speakers Score Highly on Measures of Empathy

in Scientific American, featuring Assistant Professor Lisa Aziz-Zadeh Sing-Song Speakers Score Highly on Measures of Empathy Read more

Occupational Therapy Students and Alums Participate in “Celebrate Life with HOPE”

Each year, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles' Hematology-Oncology Psychosocial and Education (HOPE) Program holds their signature event, Celebrate Life with HOPE, to honor childhood cancer survivors and their families. This is one of the largest annual events of its kind and is filled with fun, food,… Read more

Healthy rush: Combat-weary veterans find adrenaline fix on the water

Current OTD student and alum, Janna Kuntz, is featured in this newpaper article. Healthy rush: Combat-weary veterans find adrenaline fix on the water, by Chelsi Moy of the Missoulian. Read more

Aziz-Zadeh awarded grant to fund stroke rehabilitation

The American Heart Association has awarded assistant professor Lisa Aziz-Zadeh a three-year $231,000 grant to understand how individuals with stroke process actions. Read more

Spirit Intact, Soldier Reclaims His Life (source: NY Times)

Article cites Capt. Sarah Mitsch - Class of 2001. Spirit Intact, Soldier Reclaims His Life In the nearly 15 months since losing his limbs, Specialist Marrocco has pushed past pain and exhaustion to learn to use his four prosthetics, though he can walk for only 15 minutes at a time. Credit Ruth… Read more

AOTA President Florence Clark

On July 1, 2010, Florence Clark, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, became the 28th president of the American Occupational Therapy Association. Read more

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