OT faculty to represent at annual GOTA conference

Brenau University faculty, former faculty and alumni will present at the Georgia Occupational Therapy Association conference this weekend.

The conference draws occupational therapy practitioners and students across Georgia. Brenau faculty member Jennifer Allison is GOTA vice president, and Irma Alvarado is a past president.

Presentations this weekend from Brenau individuals will include:

  • Hosting a Fall Prevention Event in the Community: A Great Way to Serve the Community and Promote Collaboration: Kay Graham, Lisa Howard, Tracy Wright
  • Occupational Therapy Ethics: Kimberly Willis
  • Annual Georgia Consortium for Fieldwork Education Meeting: Charles Shadle
  • Orthotic Devices and Rehabilitation Technology for Improving Upper Extremity Function in Individuals with Neurological Conditions: Tamara Mills,  Sara Buggelli
  • The Role of Occupational Therapy in a Family Treatment Court Program: Robin Underwood, Cathie Bigman, Amanda Sierra
  • The Development and Implementation of an Evidence Based Acute Care Lymphedema Program: Allison Gowens, Melora Rennie
  • Shoulder Pain: How to Evaluate, Treat and Maximize Independence and Participation: Amy Todd, Rob McClellan
  • The Role of Occupational Therapy in a Veterans Court Program: Mary Shotwell, Rachel ShotwellConquering the Need and Support for Occupational
  • Therapy Services in Acute Care: Elizabeth Burch, Leslie Murray
  • Team Based Ethics Rounds: Sarah Shirley
  • Orthosis to Manage Thumb Arthritis: Rob McClellan, Missy Thurlow, Stephanie Kiel, Graham Reeves, Corey McIntyre Reeves