Academic Education Poster Bundle #4
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SKU: OL7124

Publisher: AOTA Continuing Education

Published: 2020

Continuing Education
Member Price
Non-Member Price: $25.00

Product Overview

NEW! AOTA Virtual Conference 2020 Poster Presentations

Topic focused course bundles each include 5 posters selected for presentation at the 2020 AOTA annual conference. Each poster is presented via audio narration by the poster presenter and have 2 quiz questions to assess your learning.  A discussion board is available in each module for you to share thoughts and ask questions.

We hope that you find this new addition to our virtual conference series educational and enjoyable!

Earn: .1 AOTA CEU, 1.25 NBCOT PDU/1 Contact Hour

Description Poster #1

Using Historical Inquiry Methods to Uncover the Development of a New Entry-Level OTD Program

Historical inquiry methods and narrative research strategies were used to identify the driving forces in the development of an entry-level OTD program. This unique form of research links contextual factors with events.


Angelica Gacek

Jessi Jacobs

Jessica Neff

Rachel Rose

Whitney Valasek

Yolanda Griffiths, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA


Description Poster #2

An Inter-professional Level II Psychosocial Fieldwork Model that Utilizes Collaboration and Research

The aggregate fieldwork model that encourages educators, students, supervisors, and clinical settings to work together to train students, provide services, and publish OT material will be presented. Its outcome data supports the Centennial Vision to improve students’ psychosocial experience.


Pat Precin, PhD, PsyaD, LP, NCPsyA, OTR/L, FAOTA


Description Poster #3

Implementation of a Standardized Patient Simulation Experience in an Adult Intervention Course to Enhance Level I Fieldwork

This poster will demonstrate the process of the implementation of a standardized patient experience, including a protocol for timing, location, faculty, and standardized patient needs. Discussion will also include formative versus summative format, case selection, and debriefing activities. We will also present a confidence scale that was developed to measure students’ confidence in providing clinical skills.



Lisa Sheikovitz, MA, OTR

Karen D. Hoover OTD, OTR

Alicia MacGregor MS, OTR

Jennifer McCarthy, MAS, CHSE

Meryl Picard PhD., OTR


Description Poster   #4

Outcomes among OT & CSD students after participation in LEGO Club: A service-­learning pilot program

This project explores the impact of a service-learning pilot program, LEGO club, on OT and speech-language pathology graduate students’ self-efficacy in clinical and interpersonal collaboration skills. Students facilitated weekly LEGO club sessions with pediatric clients with and without social-skills deficits and reflected on their professional growth throughout the program.


Aubrey Matthews, OTD, OTR/L

Andrea Fairman, Ph.D., OTR/L, CPRP

Amanda Worek, MS, CCC-SLP/L


Description Poster #5

Comparing Moral Reasoning across Graduate Occupational and Physical Therapy Students and Practitioners

Investigators compared moral reasoning between OT and physical therapy students and practitioners with the Defining Issues Test-2. Investigators found a significant difference in consolidated (set) versus transitional (forming) patterns of moral reasoning in practitioners versus students. The difference occurred between second-year students and practitioners, suggesting fieldwork experiences enhanced moral reasoning patterns. Implications include providing ethics education support during fieldwork experiences.


Brenda Howard, DHSc, OTR

Sarah Burke

Cheyenne Kern

Olivia Milliner

Lindsey Newhart