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Florence Clark Offers “Professional Help” on theAtlantic.com ⟩
February 16, 2012

Chan in the Media Faculty Health and Wellness Lifestyle Redesign

Florence Clark PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, is featured on theAtlantic.com, the website for The Atlantic magazine, in a section called "Professional Help" in which scientists and health experts offer simple tips for real-world circumstances. Read Dr. Clark's lifestyle tips for successful aging for seniors,…

Blanche and PUPS team research in OT Practice ⟩
February 7, 2012

Chan in the Media Faculty Research

The latest issue of OT Practice’s Research Update features the USC Pressure Ulcer Prevention in Spinal Cord Injury (PUPS) research article Manualization of Occupational Therapy Interventions: Illustrations From the Pressure Ulcer Prevention Research Program. Erna Blanche PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA,…

TREET Postdoc Fellow in OT Practice Q&A ⟩
January 24, 2012

Chan in the Media Faculty

Stefanie Bodison OTD, OTR/L, C/NDT (OTD ’10, MA ’93, BS ’92), a current USC Training in Rehabilitation Efficacy and Effectiveness Trials postdoctoral fellow, is featured in the latest issue of OT Practice answering questions about Ayres Sensory Integration.

USC OTF Practice at USC Marshall Wellness Fair ⟩
January 17, 2012

Chan in the Media Clinical Events Faculty Health and Wellness Lifestyle Redesign

Last Thursday, January 12, clinical faculty members of the USC OTF Practice offered health and wellness information, tips, and details about Lifestyle Redesign® to USC students, faculty, and staff during the first ever USC Marshall School of Business Wellness Fair! Read more about the event on USC…

Clark Named to State’s Autism Advisory Task Force ⟩
January 13, 2012

Associations and Bodies Autism Faculty

Associate Dean and Professor Florence Clark PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, was recently selected to the State of California's Autism Advisory Task Force to review evidence-based interventions and determine the necessary qualifications, training, and supervision of providers. In October 2011, California became…

Serious Students, Offbeat Classes ⟩
December 7, 2011

Academics and Courses Chan in the Media Faculty

Division faculty member Kim Eggleston is featured by USC News on the value of her undergraduate class OT310 Creativity Workshop for facilitating students self-exploration of their creative sides. Read more at Serious Students, Offbeat Classes.

“The New Look of Competition” in ADVANCE for OT ⟩
November 28, 2011

Associations and Bodies Chan in the Media Faculty Lectures and Talks

In the latest issue of ADVANCE for OT, practitioner Iris Kimberg reflects on USC Associate Dean and AOTA President Florence Clark’s views on occupational therapy and the spirit of competition, in light of Dr. Clark's 2011 AOTA Presidential Address entitled "High-Definition Occupational Therapy’s…

Professor Morgan lectures on sports and media at Paris conference ⟩
November 16, 2011

Chan in the Media Conferences Faculty Lectures and Talks

Bill Morgan, Professor of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, a renowned expert on the philosophy of sport, spoke at a two-day conference in Paris last week. Joined by colleagues from the USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media and Society, the conference focused on issues at the…

USC Faculty and Alums Honored at OTAC Awards ⟩
October 17, 2011

Alumni Associations and Bodies Awards Conferences Faculty

Congratulations to the USC faculty and alumni who received awards at the 35th Annual OTAC Conference! Erna Blanche — Award of Excellence Deborah Pitts — OT Practice Award Heather Kitching — Janice Matsutsuyu Outstanding Service Award Heidi Pendleton — Lifetime Achievement Award Michelle…

Grant Awarded to Study Sensory Adapted Dental Environments ⟩
October 12, 2011

Autism Awards Chan in the Media Clinical Faculty Research

Division Professor Sharon Cermak and a team of co-investigators at USC and Children's Hospital Los Angeles were recently awarded a two-year grant, totaling over a half million dollars, by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. The "Sensory Adapted Dental Environments" grant will…

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