Research interests are developing through exploration of the intersection between occupational therapy, public health and public administration. Current interests are in the area of the impact of policy and decision making on occupational performance and life satisfaction and in the area of organizational change/development, specifically the effect of organizational administration vs professional leadership in successful transition and the impact of electronic communication on professional relationships. Presently, I continue as Co-PI and Faculty Advisor for the Community Health Project, a 14 year community based and interdisciplinary experience designed to enhance the education experience of health professional students by immersing them in a public health or social service setting.
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Volunteering With AOTA: It Is Easier Than You Think
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