Collaborative Research and Evidence Among Therapists and Educators (CREATE) Day CREATE Day is a clinical education program presented by occupational therapy graduate students in partial fulfillment of the Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy at Thomas Jefferson University. Students conduct a systematic review of the literature on key topic areas that reflect current occupational therapy practice trends. The presentations include an introduction of the topic, literature review methods, and thematic results of the evidence. Implications for practice and research are discussed.

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Submissions from 2013

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Thinking Through the Chemo-Fog: Occupational Therapy’s Role in Promoting Participation in Adults with Breast Cancer, Amanda Ally, Lisa Ferguson, Emily Grabow, Katrina Long, and Alisha Sharp

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Paws with a Purpose: Evidence Supporting the Use of Animal Assisted Therapy to Improve Quality of Life in Adults with Psychiatric Diagnoses, Julia Andraka, Lacey Brinser, Kelly D'Ambrosio, Jordan Justice, and Elizabeth Rugen

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Transitions for Tomorrow: An Evidence-Based Review of Post-Secondary Transition Planning for Individuals with Autism, Julie Bardenwerper, James Gillette, Elizabeth Luk, Hilary Moser, and Alanna Raffel

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Beyond Piecework: Employment for Persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Kelly Brandwene, Ilese Coleman, Adva Epstein, Alyssa Peachey, and Lauren Rosenthal

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You've Got a Friend in Me: Effectiveness of Social Skills Interventions for Children with ADHD, Michelle Carlton, Kelly Davis, Jacquelyn Matlack, and Marietta Van Ness

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Can't Hold Me Back! Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy for Children with CP: Evidence Based Review, Rebecca Coale, Danni Eisner, Alissa Herman, and Sarah Merhaut

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Doing it Well: Education to Promote Satisfaction with Sexual Intimacy for People with Spinal Cord Injury, Allison Duggan, Erin Maniscalco, Dannielle Miccinello, Lauren Pasciuto, and Catherine Scaccia

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Technology in Practice: Promoting Participation in Patients with High Level of Spinal Cord Injury, Morgan Gill, Kate Nuschke, Kaitlin O'Sullivan, Casey Puvogel, and Alex Sagnor

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Falling into Home Mods: Occupational Therapy’s Role in Keeping Older Adults Safe at Home, Elizabeth Janeczko, Brendan Kiernan, Mary Susan Paige, Stephanie Reitemeier, and Joshua Springer

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Rehabilitative Interventions to Improve Biomechanical or Functional Outcomes for Children with Obstetric Brachial Plexus Palsy, Loren Massimino, Erin Mulrain, Katherine Scheponik, Rachel Wiley, and Houman Ziai

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Clinical Effectiveness of Motor Imagery Post-Stroke: An Evidence Based Review, Azadeh Narimanian, Amanda Reese, Karina Ryabo, Rachel Shepp, and Annalisa Synnestvedt

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Dementia and Technology: Evidence Supporting Assistive Technology for Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias, Diana Skoutelas, Christine Tanner, Gabriella Vulpis, and Gittel Zelczer