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Faculty Publishes on Lifestyle Redesign and Pain Management ⟩
August 1, 2012

Chan in the Media Clinical Faculty Lifestyle Redesign

In the Summer 2012 issue of Painview, the official newsletter of the American Society of Pain Educators, adjunct assistant professor of clinical occupational therapy Susan McNulty OTD, OTR/L published the article "Lifestyle Redesign: A Successful Tool for Pain Management." Click to learn more about…

Trojans Published in Latest AJOT ⟩
July 30, 2012

Alumni Chan in the Media Faculty

Congratulations to Cheryl Vigen (PhD ’07 Epidemiology, MS ’03 Biostatistics), Division research assistant professor, and Shawn Phipps (BS ’97, Board of Councilors member), on being published in the July/August 2012 issue of the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. Fight On!

Associate Chair Appointed to CPT Advisory Committee ⟩
July 16, 2012

Associations and Bodies Clinical Faculty

Katie Jordan OTD, OTR/L, associate chair of occupational therapy clinical services at the Keck Medical Center of USC and the USC Occupational Therapy Faculty Practice, and associate professor of clinical occupational therapy, was recently appointed to an American Medical Association committee…

Faculty and MA student co-author OT Practice cover story ⟩
June 21, 2012

Chan in the Media Clinical Faculty Students

Assistant Professor Natalie Leland PhD, OTR/L and current master's student Irene Lee, OTS, co-authored the article "Watching Their Steps: Integrating Vision Intervention Into Daily Practice to Limit Fall Risk at Skilled Nursing Facilities" featured on the cover of the June 18 issue of OT Practice.…

Florence Clark Represents at COTEC Congress in Stockholm ⟩
June 12, 2012

Associations and Bodies Conferences Faculty International

At the 9th COTEC (Council of Occupational Therapists for the European Countries) Congress of Occupational Therapy, hosted in Stockholm in late May, division Associate Dean and current American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) President Florence Clark represented both AOTA and her USC Well…

USC-Led Study Analyzes Fall Rates Among Short-Stay Nursing Home Patients ⟩
June 1, 2012

Chan in the Media Faculty Health and Wellness Research

A new study led by Division assistant professor Natalie Leland has found that one in five short-stay nursing home patients sustains a fall after admission, and that certified nursing assistant staffing is associated with decreased fall risk. Read more at USC News.

Faculty Member to Present at NeuroTrauma 2012 Symposium ⟩
May 10, 2012

Clinical Conferences Faculty Lectures and Talks

Division faculty member Samia Rafeedie OTD, OTR/L, assistant professor of clinical occupational therapy, will be featured at the upcoming symposium NeuroTrauma 2012: How to Talk About Brain and Spinal Cord Injury with Patients and Families. Dr. Rafeedie will specifically cover the topic of…

USC Trojans Shine at 92nd AOTA Conference ⟩
May 1, 2012

Alumni Associations and Bodies Conferences Faculty Lectures and Talks Students

Division Associate Dean and current American Occupational Therapy Association President Florence Clark PhD (’82), OTR/L, FAOTA, presided over the 92nd annual AOTA conference, April 26-29, in Indianapolis, Ind. Conference highlights included a rousing Opening Ceremony, Clark's Presidential Address…

Faculty Leaders Chair Occupational Science Summit ⟩
March 30, 2012

Conferences Faculty Research

On March 11, nearly 80 scientists and researchers attended the first occupational science summit in St. Louis, Missouri, which was co-sponsored by the University of Southern California. Florence Clark PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, associate dean and professor, and current president of the American Occupational…

Huffington Post Features Lisa Aziz-Zadeh’s Creativity Research ⟩
March 8, 2012

Chan in the Media Faculty Research

The work of Lisa Aziz-Zadeh PhD, assistant professor of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy co-appointed to the Brain and Creativity Institute at the USC David and Dana Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, which was recently published in Social Cognitive and Affective…

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