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The UF Department of Occupational Therapy is nationally renowned for its excellent programs in occupational therapy education and research, and is ranked 4th among all public universities in the nation.
Some strategies focus on psychology, said Chiung-ju (CJ) Liu, associate professor of occupational therapy at the University of Florida. Pain can…
The event spotlights inclusive recreational activities available all year for students with disabilities at Lake Wauburg.
Usability and reliability of an accessible patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) software: The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability…
QUARTERLY PROGRESS NOTES FROM OUR CHAIR
We hope you will find our Summer newsletter informative and telling of UF OT’s continued expansion, evolution, and excellence in research…
Our Spring semester is transitioning into an early Florida Summer – with an abundance of activities, programs, projects, and progress in our…
With touches of Fall everywhere in North-Central Florida, we are reminded that this year is drawing to a rapid end— and what a year it was! Like…
The AOTF St. Catherine Challenge is a national student-led fundraising initiative to support occupational therapy research grants awarded by the American Occupational Therapy Foundation.
UF reached gold status last year. Help us reach our gaol of $2,500 this year to maintain our gold status and remain one of the top donors to the St. Catherine Challenge!
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Our purpose is to foster an academic community that practices the values, culture, perspectives, and competencies needed to realize the full participation and innovative capacity of all Department of Occupational Therapy students, staff, and faculty by enacting principles of accountability, justice, inclusion, equity, and diversity.