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AOTF Events at the AOTA Annual Conference

Every year, AOTF sponsors several events at the AOTA Annual Conference. Plus, be sure to visit the AOTF booth near Registration!

2020 AOTA Annual Conference, Boston, MA:

  • Manuscript Writing and Reviewing Academy,  Pre-Conference Institute, Wednesday, March 25, 8:00 a.m.—5:30 p.m.
    To publish in journals, writers must write effectively and understand the processes of peer review and revision. Reviewers must understand the content, methods, and process necessary for evaluating manuscript quality. In this institute, OTJR Editorial Board members will lead an intensive hands-on program on effective manuscript writing, revising, and reviewing, via presentation, facilitated discussion, and active learning opportunities.
     
  • Academy of Research Annual Business Meeting, Wednesday, March 25, 6:30—8:00 p.m. (exclusive to AoR members and invited guests)
     
  • AOTF Short Course 108 (CE), Thursday, March 26, 8:00—9:30 a.m.
    Addressing the Need for More Evidence in OT: Issues Impacting OT Research Related to Funding Opportunities, Diversity, and Scholarly Training, Dr. Varleisha Gibbs
     
  • AOTF Short Course (CE), Thursday, March 26, 10:00—11:30 a.m.
    Advances in Technology to Enhance Manuscript Writing and Publishing, Sherrilene Classen, PhD, OTJR Editor
     
  • AOTF Short Course (CE), Thursday, March 26, 2:00—3:30 p.m.
    Exploring Occupational Engagement and Participation From and Insider Perspective: Challenges for Qualitative Researchers
     
  • Breakfast with a Scholar (CE), Friday, March 27, 7:00 a.m.
    Dr. BJ Miller
    What Really Matters at End of Life, Dr. BJ Miller
    Preeminent speaker on palliative and end-of-life care, Dr. BJ Miller draws on expertise as a physician, former Executive Director of Zen Hospice Project, and a patient. He is an advocate for a health system that maximizes quality of life and that minimizes unnecessary suffering. Dr. Miller will discuss the importance of keeping the patient at the center of care and encouraging empathetic end-of-life care.
    $65 per person, includes breakfast.


     
  • Scientific Career Excellence Symposium, Friday, March 27, 9:30—11:30 a.m.
    Presentations from Early Career and Mid-Career Awardees, and newly inducted members to the Academy of Research.
     
  • State of the Science Symposium (CE), Friday, March 27, 2:00 p.m.
    Intersections of Occupation and Self-Management of Chronic ConditionsAOTF SOS
    Senior investigators and their mentees will present exemplars of occupational therapy research programs addressing a broad range of chronic conditions, including cancer, diabetes, hypertension, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, and other autoimmune diseases. Consideration will be given to the occupational dimensions of living with and managing chronic conditions, elective occupational therapy intervention strategies to improve health and well-being in these populations, and methodological considerations to developing and carrying out occupational science and occupational therapy research on chronic conditions.
    $35 per person. Includes light refreshments.
     
  • 6th Annual COTAD Breakfast at the MGH Institute of Health Professions with keynote speaker Dr. Varleisha Gibbs, Saturday, March 28, 7:30—9:30 a.m.
     
  • AOTA-AOTF Award Ceremony, Saturday, March 28, 5:30—6:30 p.m.

 

PTE Events:

  • PTE Faculty Advisors' Workshop- Wednesday, March 25, 7:00—8:00 p.m.
  • PTE Research Panel: How to Become a Researcher- Thursday, March 26, 10:30—12:00 p.m.
  • PTE Reception- Thursday, March 26, 12:00—1:00 p.m.
  • AOTA Welcome Ceremony- Thursday, March 26, 3:30—5:30 p.m.
  • PTE Speed Mentoring Session- Saturday, March 28, 9:00—10:30 a.m.
Long-running AOTF Events at the AOTA Annual Conference
Helene Ross
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Qualitative Research Exchange

1997-2008

  • 2008 New frontiers in qualitative research.  Moderator: Cathy Lysack, PhD, OT(C). Speakers: Donald Fogelberg, PhD candidate, OT/L, (Exploring pressure ulcer risk through complex systems theory and the concept of habit); Jessica M. Kramer, PhD candidate, OTR/L, (A picture is worth a thousand words: empowering individuals with development/intellectual disabilities to access research production using visual strategies); Debbie Laliberte Rudman, PhD, OT Reg (Not), (Why deconstruct? Considering the potential contribution of critical discourse analysis to occupational science).

  • 2007 Emergence in a structured world.  Moderator: Virginia Dickie, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA. Speakers: Ruth Humphry, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, (Balancing: informed consent and the "I never anticipated" research process); Melissa Park, PhD, OTR/L, (Narrative trouble and ethical dilemmas: "Tussling" and "a kiss" in an ethnography of a pediatric occupational therapy practice); Melinda Suto, PhD, OTR, OT(C), (Working with ethical issues that arise during fieldwork); Jennifer Womack, MS, OTR/L, SCDCM, (Dynamics of community access and participant status in an ethnographic project).

  • 2006 The contributions of qualitative research to evidence-based practice.  Moderator: Virginia Dickie, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA. Speakers: Gary Bedell, PhD, OTR, (Appraising research evidence to inform intervention decisions: A heterarchical perspective); Janice Burke, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, (How therapists collect evidence during the assessment experience); Ellen Cohn, ScD, OTR, (How we use qualitative research evidence to inform our practice); Kathleen Lyons, ScD, OTR/L, (Using qualitative research to design and modify interventions for persons with cancer).

  • 2005 Experiences with mixed methods. Moderator: Virginia Dickie, PhD, OTR/L. Presenters: Loree Primeau, PhD, OTR, (The Community-Based Health Improvement Project); Grace T. Baranek, PhD, OTR/L and Virginia Dickie, PhD, OTR/L, (Managing mixed method madness: examples from the Sensory Experiences Project); Valerie Howells, PhD, OTR, (Making Art: examining the effects of participation in a community arts studio).

  • 2004 Reflections and emerging issues. Moderator: Betty R. Hasselkus, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Panelists: Ellen S. Cohn, ScD, OTR, FAOTA, Virginia A. Dickie, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Mary C. Lawlor, ScD, OTR, FAOTA, Kathleen Lyons, ScD, OTR/L, Ann Neville-Jan, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Loree Primeau, PhD, OTR, Susan L. Spitzer, PhD, OTR, Elizabeth Townsend, PhD, OT(C), FCAOT.

  • 2003 New directions and new challenges in qualitative research. Peggy Neufeld, PhD, OTR/L, Tove Borg, Ann Neville-Jan, PhD, OTR, FAOTA.

  • 2002 Narrative in qualitative research. Elizabeth B. Crepeau, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Diana M. Bailey, EdD, OTR, FAOTA, Toby B. Hamilton, PhD, OTR/L, Jeanne M. Jackson, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Judith D. Ward, PhD, OTR.

  • 2001 The theory questions. Elizabeth Crepeau, PhD, FAOTA, (Theory and the interpretative process in qualitative research); Mary Lawlor, ScD, FAOTA, (Theory and the interpretative process in qualitative research); Jean Spencer, PhD,FAOTA, (Alternative theories in studying adaptation to hand injury); Cheryl Mattingly, PhD, (Odd theory).

  • 2000 Narrative: Whose story is it? How should it be written? Moderator: Susan A. Esdaile, PhD, OTR, SROT. Panelists: Betty Hasselkus, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Sue Rosa, MA, OTR, Ellen Cohn, MS, OTR, Cathy Lysack, PhD.

  • 1999 Moderator: Susan Esdaile, PhD, OTR. Presenters: Colette H. Duggan, PhD, Ruth A. Hansen, PhD, FAOTA, Bonnie L. Kennedy, PhD, OTR, Wendy Wood, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

  • 1998 Methodology issues in qualitative research: A focus on aging. Moderator: Susan A. Esdaile, PhD, OTR, SROT. Panelists: Mark Luborsky, PhD, Deborah R. Mandel, MA, OTR, Lena Borell, PhD, Virginia A. Dickie, PhD, OTR, FAOTA.

  • 1997 The meaning of family occupations. Moderator: Susan A. Esdaile, PhD, SROT. Janice P. Burke, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Elizabeth Francis-Connolly, MS, OTR, Judith A. Olson, MS, OTR, Elizabeth Larson, PhD, OTR, Mary Lawlor, ScD, OTR, FAOTA.
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