Quarterly Continuing Ed Events
2020 CE Events
Passion for the Quality of People’s Lives: Extending the Reach of OT in Long Term Care
Critical Care Occupational Therapy and COVID-19 (Bridgette Bird)
Roles, Relationships, and Responsibilities between OT and OTA in the Delivery of Occupational Therapy Services (Kristin Johnson)
2019 CE Events
Depression, Anxiety, and Self-Harm Behavior (Meg Boden Alvey with a panel of coordinators from the Clackamas Behavioral Health Division)
2018 CE Events
Navigating Driving for the OT in the State of Oregon (Jeff Lango)
Feeding: Body, Soul, and Mouth (Kim Rathbun and Sandra Pelham Foster)
2017 CE Events
Aphasia: What You Can Do to Support Communication, Participation, and Performance (John White)
Understanding Grief: Creating a Clinical Toolbox (Kelli Iranshad and Katy Danforth)
2016 CE Events
The Pain Terrain: An inpatient look at the pain patient (Joanne Gatti)
2015 CE Events
Occupational Therapy for Individuals with Visual Impairment: An overview of vision function, screening, and intervention (Julie Allen)
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In 2014, a small group of thinkers from the Pacific University School of Occupational Therapy and the Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon came together to talk about a collaboration between the two groups that would provide continuing education courses to occupational therapists.
Out of this meeting, a small committee was formed to plan these continuing education events four times a year. The topics are varied, but our goal has always been the same; to provide OTs with quality continuing education at a low-cost, easy-to-access venue. Before each event, we also provide OTs with the opportunity to get together to socialize. Come join us!
Do you want to present for us? Have ideas on topics you’d like to see? Know a passionate practitioner who would like to share their expertise with fellow OTs?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know!