Etown OT Students and Faculty Present at Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference
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