August 23, 2023
Yuko Ito, PhD, OT, a professor of occupational therapy at Tokyo Metropolitan University in Tokyo, Japan sat on a leadership panel and led a lecture on cultural differences from August 21-24, 2023 for students in the occupational therapy and physical therapy program.
August 22, 2023
The GW OTD program welcomed their second cohort with a three-day orientation series August 16-18, 2023.
August 1, 2023
Students reflect on the Systems and Advocacy course and discuss participating in AOTA's Annual Hill Day.
GW OT Faculty, MFA Surgeon, and GW Hospital Clinician Awarded Research Grant to Advance Occupational Therapy
July 27, 2023
Sarah Doerrer PhD, OTR/L, CHT, CLT, Sam Moghtaderi MD, and Stephanie Katz OTR/L, CHT were awarded a grant for their research entitled “The Impact of Early ADL Participation on Functional Outcomes Post Distal Radius-Fracture.”
June 12, 2023
An image gallery from the celebratory event.
May 31, 2023
Adjunct instructor, Jill Yanick, discusses blood flow restriction training, applying innovative techniques, and pushes for further research on the upper extremity.
May 30, 2023
An image gallery featuring GW post-professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy students and faculty.
May 26, 2023
The GW Student Occupational Therapy Association presented the Class of 2025 with a Pinning Ceremony. See the pin and read the words of encouragement and inspiration shared with the inaugural students of the eOTD program.
April 28, 2023
GW is pleased to announce that Kellie Sawyer OTD, OTR/L, will serve as an assistant professor for the GW OT program. She is described as an incredibly reflective practitioner, bias fighter, and quiet disruptor who will provide a much-needed change in the occupational therapy profession.
April 25, 2023
Students from the ‘Movement Science’ course attended a private surgical demonstration performed by Dr. David Moss in the GW cadaver lab. This was designed to give students a bird's eye view of how surgeries are performed on the upper extremity so that they can connect anatomy with diagnoses.