A year ago, I wrote a three-part series on how to do research in as little time as possible. I talked about fear of missing out (FOMO) in the last..
In the second installment of my research series, I explained how to read research in as little time as possible. In my third and final installment,..
Maybe you are searching for a change in your job? Perhaps you are looking to advance your career? Maybe you want to contribute to the knowledge..
Unleashing the Animal in Occupational Therapy: Resources for Practice, Training, and Research – Part III, Research
As the field of human-animal interaction (HAI) continues to gain traction, studies that straddle occupational therapy and HAI can help validate..
Unleashing the Animal in Occupational Therapy: Resources for Practice, Training, and Research – Part II
Animals in Occupational Therapy
If you want animals to play a role in your occupational therapy practice, education is essential. The most relevant..
Can you combine occupational therapy and animals? Of course!
The bigger question is How? To answer that question, a practitioner needs resources...
In the first installment of my series on research, I listed several reasons why new grads and experienced physical therapists need to stay on top..
If you asked PT students to name their least favorite class in school, I imagine the following classes would be the most common responses: ethics;..
Unfortunately, my time in New York City is coming to an end. I’ve spent over 8 years here and I've enjoyed the buzz, the people, the music, and the..