For students holding a bachelor’s degree seeking an entry-level professional OT degree
For undergraduate students applying to the Bachelor of Health Science program at the University of Florida
For students interested in a career in rehabilitation science
For licensed health care professionals with at least a bachelor’s degree
Learn from experts in the field, University of Florida faculty, with unlimited access to all online CEU courses.
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.
UF faculty and students present at the annual state conference- Florida Occupational Therapy Association- in November, 2023 at Nova Southeastern…
Linda Struckmeyer, Ph.D., OTR/L, a clinical associate professor and the doctoral capstone coordinator in the department of occupational therapy, was…
Fiorella Guerrero, Raghuveer Chandrashekhar, and eight other PHHP students representing seven countries were recognized at the UF International…
QUARTERLY PROGRESS NOTES FROM OUR CHAIR
Welcome to the Fall 2023 issue of the UF OT newsletter! We are happy to provide you with an update and overview of some of the accomplishments and…
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…
9:00am to 11:30am
11:00am to 1:00pm
9:00am to 1:00pm
The 360-Degree View of Mental Health and Well-Being for Occupational Therapy
Earn up to 4 CEU’s
Keynote Speaker: Ginny Stoffel, PhD, OT, FAOTA
Associate Professor Emerita, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
This colloquium is open to the public. Attendees can request accommodations or special needs on the registration page in the Comments section.
*Regular rate is $35 after Friday, December 15, 2023.
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.