News Archive

November 3, 2022

Sarah Doerrer PhD, OTR/L, CHT, CLT, and David Moss MD present on surgical and therapeutic considerations for complex distal radius fractures.

October 27, 2022

Prestigious E.K. Wise Scholarship awarded to GW eOTD student for the pursuit of leadership, service, and diversity.

July 6, 2022

Roger Ideishi, JD, OT/L, FAOTA, program director and professor engages in patient-centered outcomes research to identify research priorities and meaningful community outcomes driven by people with disabilities in a new publication.

July 1, 2022

Sarah Doerrer PhD, OTR/L, CHT, CLT, assistant professor, presents research, "The Impact of COVID-19 on Hand Therapy Practice" at IFSSH, IFSHT, FESSH Combined Congress in London, United Kingdom from June 6 - June 10, 2022.

June 27, 2022

An image gallery revealing the brand-new space in the Watergate Complex and celebrating admitted students to the Entry-Level Occupational Therapy program.

June 6, 2022

Lisa Bagby, OTD, OTR/L, MHA, assistant professor and academic fieldwork coordinator identifies the impact of completing an international doctoral capstone.

May 5, 2022

Sarah Doerrer PhD, OTR/L, CHT, CLT, will serve as an assistant professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, in the Occupational Therapy program, following three years as Adjunct Professor.

February 8, 2022

Dr. Roger Ideishi, JD, OT/L, FAOTA — The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences’ Program Director of Occupational Therapy and Professor in the Department of Health, Human Function & Rehabilitation Sciences, is named one of Kennedy Center's Next 50. Ideishi has…

August 31, 2020

Kellie Sawyer, a current Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate student, recently submitted a proposal that was accepted as a short course for the 2020 North Carolina OT Association Fall Conference.

August 3, 2020

To combine items from the Functional Independence Measure TM (FIM TM), Minimum Data Set 2.0 (MDS), and the Outcome and Assessment Information Set-B (OASIS) to reliably measure cognition across post-acute care settings and facilitate future studies of patient cognitive recovery.