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Written by Taelor Millsap, Published on September 4, 2018

In OT school, you likely learned about physical trauma, from polytraumas sustained from an explosion on the battlefield, or the physical forces behind a traumatic brain injury. However, there are other kinds of trauma, resulting from different types of events than physical traumas. Psychological trauma can have long-lasting harmful effects just like physical trauma, and treating childhood trauma, as a particular form of psychological trauma, requires a specific plan.

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Topics:Clinicalevidence-based practicepediatricstrauma

Written by Dominic Lloyd-Randolfi, Published on May 15, 2018

Substance abuse and occupational therapy may seem like a non-traditional role.

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Topics:Clinicalevidence-based practiceReviewssubstance abusetextbooks

Written by Naomi Aaronson, Published on April 4, 2017

Some OT Fieldwork Advice can make or break your clinical experience.

Sure, you will probably pass, but it is all about having a great experience! Naomi Aaronson, an OT who has been practicing for 25 years, has put together this guide to help you prepare and succeed for Fieldwork. Whether you are about to begin a Level I or Level II, you will certainly find some tips in this OT Fieldwork Advice.

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Topics:Clinicalevidence-based practicefieldworkGrad SchoolLevel 2 fieldworklevel IItips for occupational therapy students

Written by Meredith Grinnell MS OTR/L CBIS, Published on February 21, 2017

You have heard it on repeat in school, and have taken several classes on how to build a research question and how to research your questions. But how do you bring the evidence to OT practice?

So now you are about to step into a clinical position, or have been there for a brief amount of time. Where to begin?

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Topics:CareersClinicalcontinuing educationevidence-based practiceNew gradResearch


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