Pi Theta Epsilon Students Present Research At National Conference

Pi Theta Epsilon Students Present Research At National Conference

OT students Kaitlin Palmer and Faleasha Wink, PTE members, present at Third Annual Poster Session held at AOTA/NBCOT Student Conclave

Nine posters were selected for presentation from PTE members at College of Saint Mary, Concordia University, Eastern Kentucky University, Eastern Michigan University, Sacred Heart University, University of Pittsburgh, University of Southern California, University of Texas at El Paso, and West Coast University. The poster session provided a great opportunity for PTE members to gain invaluable experience sharing the work they are doing to advance scholarship and research in occupational therapy. Students presented on a variety of topics ranging from the effects of short-term OT on the quality of manuscript handwriting to the use of electrical stimulation on patients with hemiparesis to reduce pain and improve ADLs.

Published on January 19, 2017

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