USC Chan Magazine
Racing Toward the Finish Line >
by Jamie Wetherbe MA ’04
USC Chan alumna Annemarie Orr ’07, MA ’08, OTD ’15 uses the power of occupational therapy to help Boston Marathon bombing survivors Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes get back to the life they knew.
Return to Me >
by Breanne Grady MCM ’10
Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at 24, Debulyn Salinas had all but given up on life. Then one day, a mailer advertising USC’s Optimal Living with MS program landed on her doorstep.
A Champion for Diversity >
by Karrie Kingsley MA ’01, OTD ’07
A continuing education course aims to train occupational therapists to better provide care to LGBTQIA individuals.
Better Together >
by John Hobbs MA ’14
Interdisciplinary course brings disparate health professions together to provide health care consultations to low-income seniors.
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View/download the Summer 2016 issue of USC Chan Magazine as a PDF document (12.4MB).