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Fifth Annual Student Research Presentations
Department of Occupational Therapy
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Guest Lecture: "Ergonomics and Occupational Therapy: Principles and Practice for Our Technological World"
The York College Department of Occupational Therapy will sponsor a guest lecture by Karen DeChello, OTR, CEA.This session will address use of ergonomic principles in occupational therapy and rehabilitation practice for prevention and wellness, and interventions.
The Department of Occupational Therapy Annual Research Colloquium
Therapeutic Engagement in Rehabilitation: Measurement and Theory Anthony Lequerica, Ph.D.
OT Open House - Session I
Open House- Information sessions for prospective Occupational Therapy students. Come pick up an application for admissions.
OT Open House - Session II
Information sessions for prospective Occupational Therapy students
Department of Occupational Therapy Open House (Mid-Day Session)
Information sessions for prospective Occupational Therapy students.
Department of Occupational Therapy Open House (Late Afternoon Session)
Information sessions for prospective Occupational Therapy students.
Code of Ethics
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics and Ethics Standards (2010) ("Code and Ethics Standards") is a public statement of principles used to promote and maintain high standards of conduct within the profession.
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Occupational Therapy Open House (Mid-Day Session)
Information session for prospective Occupational Therapy students.
The Sixth Annual Occupational Therapy Research Colloquium
The York College Department of Occupational Therapy and the Metropolitan New York District of the New York State Occupational Therapy Association present Dr. Dierdre Cooke, "Development of a Standardized Visual Perceptual Screening Tool for Occupational Therapists, and an International Perspective of Stroke Rehabilitation."