The Jefferson’s Post-Professional Occupational Doctorate students, in partial fulfillment of their degree, plan, implement, analyze, and interpret impactful evidence-informed projects (e.g., scoping reviews, outcome measure development, studies, knowledge translation initiatives), which are summarized in culminating public presentations. These rigorous projects, anchored in the American Occupational Therapy Association Vision for the profession, vary in topics, settings, and methodology. All meet a current regional, national, and/or international need. To learn more about the Jefferson’s Post-Professional Doctorate Program, please visit their website.


Submissions from 2022

Refinement & Preliminary Examination of a Fidelity Assessment for the Spinal Cord Injury -- Movement Index (SCI-MI), Nicole Gerhardt, OTD(C), OTR/L