Sherrilene Classen, Professor and Chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy, finds it a privilege to provide you with some highlights of our great department. We have seen significant growth since 2017 as we have almost tripled the size of the department.
This video presents the breadth of activity in education, research, and service within the UF Department of Occupational Therapy.
Jamie Pomeranz, Director of the CEU Program, provides a closer look at the program. The UF Department of Occupational Therapy has provided pre-approved continuing education credits to licensed and certified rehabilitation professionals for many years.
Jessica Kramer, Associate Professor, is excited to highlight the innovative and rigorous research happening in the UF Occupational Therapy department.
Christine Myers, Director of the OTD Program, provides a closer look at the program. UF was the first public university in Florida to offer a Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program.
The Occupational Therapy department is taking action to start addressing a culture change that is both necessary and critical so that each one of our black students and each one of our black colleagues feel that they matter- that means to feel valued and to feel that they can contribute to the value of the department, the college, and the profession.
Current OTD students provide their thoughts about the program.
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.