The University of Florida’s Doctor of Occupational Therapy students were featured in this Gainesville Sun article, highlighting third-year student…
This milestone class also holds the distinction of being the first OTD graduates from a Florida public institution.
Thank you to the UF OTD students who participated in the contest! We appreciated the creativity and interest of all the photos submitted.
This November, just in time for Veterans Day, we recognize Cameron Hall, a first-year student in the Doctor of Occupational Therapy program and veteran of the United States Army. Mr. Hall had a 7 ½ year active duty career, in which he served as an Aviation’s Operations specialist and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA). He was stationed at Fort Riley, KS, home of the Big Red One, where he treated soldiers, dependents, and Department of Defense civilians of the 1st Infantry Division. The Department of OT is proud to be guiding and educating Cameron further in his professional development, and thank him for his service!
Fieldwork and Capstone experiences provide students with an opportunity to translate theory into practice and to observe or define the roles of occupational therapy in various clinical settings.
Evidence-Based Practice Resources for Occupational Therapists
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