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Preterm Infant Feeding with Bobbi Pineda, Carolyn Ibrahim, & Molly Grabill ⟩

AJOT Authors & Issues, in YouTube | June 17, 2023
This session of AJOT Authors & Issues features guests Dr. Bobbi Pineda, Carolyn Ibrahim, & Molly Grabill. In this session we discuss their article entitled "The Prevalence of Early Feeding Alterations in Preterm Infants and their Relationship to Early Neurobehavior" published in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy Volume 77, Issue 3.
Faculty Lectures and Talks Research


Meet the Occupational Therapy Students Leading the Summer OT Workshops ⟩

USC Emeriti Center | June 8, 2022
Over the course of the summer, occupational therapy students and the Emeriti Center will be hosting four informative workshops focused on hygiene, brain health, diet and physical activity, and home safety. Meet the four USC Chan students leading these sessions.
Community and Partners Health and Wellness Lectures and Talks Students

Community explores ways to manage climate anxiety ⟩

Bianca Arzán-Montañez, in Daily Trojan | April 20, 2022
As the university celebrates Earth Week, students, staff and faculty look for ways to deal with climate anxiety. To facilitate productive coping in response, Dr. Camille Dieterle collaborated on a workshop titled "Finding Calm in the Storm: A Workshop on Climate Anxiety and Love for Our Planet."
Events Health and Wellness Lectures and Talks


A Multidisciplinary Approach to Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus ⟩

Hydrocephalus Association | November 30, 2021
Assoc. Clinical Prof. John Margetis features in this preview of a video webinar hosted by the Hydrocephalus Association.
Associations and Bodies Clinical Faculty Lectures and Talks


TEDxAlmansorPark — Occupational Therapy and Neuroplasticity After Brain Injury ⟩

Shawn Phipps, PhD, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA, in TEDx Talks | May 29, 2019
Shawn Phipps, PhD, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA tells the inspirational story of the challenges and triumphs of a patient who suffered a severe traumatic brain injury from a motor vehicle accident.
Alumni Clinical Lectures and Talks


Occupational Therapy Helps Young Adults With Diabetes ⟩

Miriam E. Tucker, in Medscape | June 21, 2017
An occupational therapy intervention can help improve HbA1c and improve quality of life in young adults with diabetes, new research finds.
Associations and Bodies Faculty Health and Wellness Lectures and Talks Research


Florence Clark shines in national spotlight ⟩

Mike McNulty, in USC News | May 1, 2012
Florence Clark PhD ’82, associate dean of the USC Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, reaffirmed the university’s long-standing history of leadership in the profession of occupational therapy at the 92nd annual conference of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) held April 26-29 in Indianapolis, Ind.
Associations and Bodies Conferences Events Faculty Lectures and Talks

Autism symposium highlighted by personal experiences ⟩

Mike McNulty, in USC News | March 16, 2012
Speakers shared their innovative research, clinical practices or personal perspectives during “Autism in Everyday Life: Interdisciplinary Research Perspectives at USC.”
Alumni Autism Conferences Events Lectures and Talks

Expert lectures on multisensory integration ⟩

Kimberly Perring, in USC News | January 23, 2012
The USC Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy and the university’s Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute (ZNI) co-hosted Mark T. Wallace, director of the Vanderbilt Brain Institute, at a Jan. 13 seminar focusing on his most recent research on sensory and multisensory integration in autism.
Autism Community and Partners Lectures and Talks


Occupational Therapy Holds First White Coat Ceremony ⟩

Kimberly Perring, in USC News | September 1, 2011
The Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy hosted its inaugural White Coat Ceremony at the Pappas Quad on USC’s Health Science campus on Aug. 26.
Events Lectures and Talks Students


New seminar series focuses on rehabilitation science ⟩

Beth Newcomb, in USC News | May 2, 2008
Even though rehabilitation still provides a similar degree of improvement compared to decades past, patients are entering — and exiting — rehab in comparatively worse shape, said Kenneth Ottenbacher on March 28 during the first monthly Rehabilitation Science Seminar.
Clinical Lectures and Talks


American Occupational Therapy Assn. honors USC professor Ruth Zemke ⟩

Alicia Di Rado, in USC News | November 5, 2004
The American Occupational Therapy Association has granted its highest academic honor to Professor Emeritus Ruth Zemke of the USC Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.
Associations and Bodies Awards Faculty Lectures and Talks


OT students go ape over famed primatologist ⟩

USC News | October 9, 1998
Jane Goodall, distinguished adjunct professor of occupational science, addressed occupational science and therapy students at Mayer Auditorium on Oct. 6.
Events Lectures and Talks Students