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Written by Kaitlyn Angermeier, Published on December 18, 2018

As an occupational therapist, especially in an interdisciplinary setting, it’s more than likely you’re going to work with a physical therapist. While your interaction may be in a daily, weekly, or quarterly timetable, many patients who work with OT will be working with PT at a similar time.

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Topics:occupational therapyRehab

Written by Shannen Marie Coley OTR/L, Published on February 6, 2018

So you’re thinking about becoming an acute inpatient rehab OT?

Newly graduated, in the midst of studying for the NBCOT, and on the pursuit of applying for a plethora of OT jobs: sound familiar? There are so many settings from which to choose: outpatient ortho, home health, acute inpatient rehab . . . the list goes on.

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Topics:acute careacute inpatient rehabapplying to OT jobsARUCareersFirst JobIRFpatientsRehabself-caresettings

Written by Shannen Marie Coley OTR/L, Published on July 6, 2017

First impressions matter

NGOT has branched out from our standard content to provide a retail product review on Clinitote, a luxury medical apparel company, to propose a solution of keeping your clinical tools organized while remaining stylish on and off the clock.

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Topics:Clinicalclinitotefashionolder adultsRehabSNFUncategorized


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