Document Type

Poster

Publication Date

4-8-2016

Comments

Poster presented at: 2016 AOTA in Chicago, Illinois.

Abstract

Objectives

  • Recognize the needs and benefits of broadening inter-professional collaborations outside traditional occupational therapy models of teaching, learning, and practice.
  • Identify components required to create, conduct, and integrate effective inter-professional occupational therapy and industrial design collaboration
  • Describe outcomes to measure effectiveness at the student, client, and inter-professional levels.

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