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ATSU-ASHS occupational therapy alumni reception held in Tempe, AZ

November 23, 2016
Posted In: Alumni Continuing Education, Alumni Headlines, ASHS, Faculty & Staff Headlines, Occupational Therapy

A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) Occupational Therapy Department held a continuing education and alumni reception in Tempe, AZ on Nov. 9.

Ann Lee Burch, PT, MS, MPH, EdD, vice dean and associate professor for ATSU-ASHS, Jyothi Gupta, PT, chair of occupational therapy, and Emily Schulz, PhD, OTR, CFLE, and associate professor, welcomed residential and online occupational therapy (OT) alumni to further their education and share updates, including:

  • Drs. Gupta and Schulz presented Best Practices for Managing Stress in the Workplace, which included information on identifying risk factors for job burnout and using evidence-based mindfulness practices to decrease stress. Any additional questions about the topic can be directed to jgupta@atsu.edu or eschulz@atsu.edu.
  • Our OT programs continue to grow and thrive: we now have entry-level and post-professional degree programs at the master’s and doctoral levels, including our first class of 15 entry-level Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) students who started in July.
  • If you have interest in furthering your education and enhancing your skills in program development and evaluation, leadership, advocacy, and health promotion and wellness, please contact bmineo@atsu.edu regarding our post-professional OTD program. Remember, alumni receive a tuition discount!
  • ATSU-ASHS is continuing to grow its programs, with innovative additions to each department and more opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration – please be on the lookout for additional updates.

More photos from the event can be found on Facebook.

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