The Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) capstone project and formal presentation is the final milestone in the doctoral candidate's curriculum. The formal presentation to academic and clinical communities showcases the culmination of an individual capstone project and experience completed by each doctoral candidate that is suitable for dissemination upon graduation.
To learn more about Jefferson's Occupational Therapy Doctorate program, please visit their website.
Submissions from 2020
Health Coaching in Context for Caregivers of Youth with SCI: A Feasibility Study, Bernadette Alpajora
Identifying, Implementing, and Measuring Knowledge Translation Strategies through Collaborative Industrial Design and Occupational Therapy Curricula, Michael Patrick Barrett and Sarah McNabb, MEd
Barriers and Facilitators for Neurotechnologies Upper Limb Rehabilitation, Samantha Burke and Cecilia Pivarunas
Team Teaching and Professional Development in Higher Education: Educator Perspectives, Courtney Mulligan and Haley Moshier
Students Perceptions of Occupational-Therapy Based Coaching in Post-Secondary Education, Gabriella Santos and Erin Harrington
Understanding the Resettlement Experience for Newcomers in Philadelphia: Identification of Meaningful Daily Life Activities, Liza Sherretta and Sarah Weinblatt
Assessment of Fidelity to Health Coaching in Context, Taylor Sivori