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University of Southern California
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USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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Loree Pham OTR/L(she/her/hers)

Faculty Mentor: Beth Pyatak PhD, OTR/L, CDCES, FAOTA

Research Lab: Lifestyle Redesign for Chronic Conditions (LRCC)

Year of Entry: 2020

Loree Pham

I am a PhD student in the Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy. I work in the Lifestyle Redesign for Chronic Conditions (LRCC) Lab under the guidance of Dr. Beth Pyatak. The project I work on is Function and Emotion in Everyday Life with Type 1 Diabetes (FEEL-T1D), the first large-scale study to integrate continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), ecological momentary assessment (EMA), and accelerometry to disentangle the short-term dynamic relationships between blood glucose, function, and emotional well-being in adults with type 1 diabetes.

My research interests include complementary and integrative health practices, including yoga and mindfulness. I’ve also learned the value that spirituality has in health care, with its ability to improve patient quality of life and well-being. As occupational therapy is a holistic profession, I believe it is imperative to address the mind-body-spirit connection of the clients and patients we serve. I am also particularly interested in addressing and reducing health disparities and health inequities for socioeconomically disadvantaged and medically underserved populations.

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