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Strategies to Help Young Adults Manage Diabetes ⟩
July 26, 2011

Chan in the Media Faculty Health and Wellness Research

Beth Pyatak (PhD ’10, MA ’04), Division postdoctoral research associate and alumna, conducted research with young adults to develop lifestyle-based strategies for coping with diabetes. Read more about her work at Strategies to Help Manage Diabetes.

USC Researchers Explore the Source of Empathy in the Brain ⟩
July 19, 2011

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Read more on Lisa Aziz-Zadeh’s research, funded by the Brain and Creativity Institute, the Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and the USC Provost's PhD Fellowship.…

13 Trojans recently published in the Journal of Occupational Science ⟩
June 28, 2011

Alumni Chan in the Media Faculty Research Students

Congratulations to the many USC faculty, students and alumni who were recently published in the April and June 2011 editions of the Journal of Occupational Science. Authors include: Gelya Frank PhD, Professor Elizabeth Pyatak (PhD ’10, MA ’04), Postdoctoral Research Associate Linda Muccitelli…

Occupational therapy’s role in containing health care costs ⟩
June 20, 2011

Chan in the Media Faculty Health and Wellness

Division Associate Dean and AOTA President Florence Clark was quoted in Phoenix's Catholic Sun newspaper on the potential long-term cost savings of home modifications, a critical health care service often delivered by occupational therapists, that can enable successful aging in place.

Occupational Therapy Students and Faculty Fight Cancer ⟩
May 6, 2011

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To read story, go to Occupational Therapy Students and Faculty Fight Cancer.

Occupational Therapy Students Show Pride for Profession ⟩
April 12, 2011

Associations and Bodies Chan in the Media Events Faculty Students

During OT Month, the USC Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy has planned a variety of activities aimed at increasing awareness of the profession and generating enthusiasm within the faculty and student body. Read more at Occupational Therapy Students Show Pride for Profession.

Occupational Therapy Students and Faculty Share Research ⟩
April 5, 2011

Autism Chan in the Media Events Faculty Lectures and Talks Lifestyle Redesign Research Students

USC Occupational Therapy's chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon sponsored the Occupational Therapy Research Day on March 28 to showcase current research being conducted in the Division. Read more at Occupational Therapy Students and Faculty Share Research.

Squeezing More Activities Into a Busy Day ⟩
March 21, 2011

Chan in the Media Events Faculty Health and Wellness Lifestyle Redesign

While many people harbor a secret hope to magically stretch their daily schedules to fit in more exercise, reading or even napping, licensed occupational therapist Camille Dieterle has ideas for making such wishes come true. To read more, go to Squeezing More Activities Into a Busy Day.

OT-PT Forum a Success! ⟩
February 23, 2011

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Last week's OT-PT Forum, organized by students, was a resounding success! Read all about it at OTs and PTs Gather to Honor Teamwork.

Florence Clark will deliver the Keynote Address ⟩
August 27, 2010

Associations and Bodies Conferences Faculty Lectures and Talks

— "Putting Occupational Therapy in High Definition in Our Golden State" — at OTAC’s 34th Annual Conference.

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