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Written by Shilah Todd, Published on November 28, 2017

We all know that applying for OT jobs is intimidating.

It is especially stressful applying for OT jobs since this may be your first "real" job as a new grad occupational therapist.

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Topics:acute careapplying for jobsapplying to OT jobsCareerscover lettercvinterviewjobsLicensureNew gradNew Grad SuccesspediatricsresumesalarySNF

Written by Sue Ram Grant Mitchell, Published on November 21, 2017

Practically no one feels the same level of OT school motivation by the end.

It can be so exciting to start a semester! New classes and new areas of interest. All shared together with your classmates who you have become so tight knit with. However, the motivation for OT school can dwindle as the semester goes on the assignments begin to pile up.

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Topics:Grad SchoolMOTmotivationMSOTot schoolOT school motivationOTDtime managementtips for occupational therapy students

Written by Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi, Published on November 14, 2017

I was lucky enough to interview Lauren Sheehan, OTD, OTR/L, a former acute care hiring manager in Seattle, Washington. She shared tons of great information about how to ace your acute care OT interview. Here's a bit about her:

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Topics:acute careCareerscover letterinterviewjobNew gradot acute care interviewresume

Written by Miri Lee, Published on November 8, 2017

The path of OT registration and licensure is not simple or linear.

With all the stress surrounding graduation and studying for the NBCOT, it can be hard to discern the process of the NBCOT. That is why we have created a resource (roadmap) to your OT registration and licensure.

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Topics:ATTexaminfographicLicensureNBCOTOT miriOT registration

Written by Kyla Salisbury, Published on November 1, 2017

OT outcome measures are crucial to your clinical success.

Measuring outcomes is a very important part of occupational therapy practice. OT outcome measures are used to determine value and effectiveness of treatment in therapy. These measures are often completed at the start of therapy to determine baseline function and then again, at the end of therapy to assess progress and determine treatment efficacy.

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Topics:ClinicalOT outcome meauresot schoolpatientsResearch


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