Etown OT Students and Faculty Present at Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference
October 23, 2020   //   By:   //   Achievements, Research and Academics

Several Elizabethtown College Occupational Therapy students, recent graduates, and faculty gave presentations at the recent Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference, held virtually, on October 9 – 11, 2020.

Presentations included the following:

  • “Exploring Occupational Performance of Ex-offenders Reentering Society” – presented by Tajanae Baker ’21, with faculty advisor:  Tamera Humbert, D.Ed, OTR/L
  • “Mothers with Opioid Use Disorder: A Phenomenological Inquiry” presented by Erica Wentzel, OTD, OTR/L with recent OT graduates Emily Albright (MS, ’20), Alyssa Bertolino (MS, ’20), Kelsey Browning (MS, ’20), & Teodora Sandu (MS, ’20).
  •  ”Occupational Therapists’ Perspectives on Family-Centered Care and Meaningful Relationships within Complex Family Contexts” – presented by ProfessorTamera Humbert, D.Ed., OTR/L,  Esther Cargill, MS, OTR/L (‘19), Abigail Sanders, MS, OTR/L ‘19 & Courtney Wood, MS, OTR/L ‘19
  •  ”How Healthy are You, Healer?” – presented by Professor Terri Dennehy, D. Ed., OTR/L
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