Collaborative Research and Evidence Among Therapists and Educators (CREATE) Day is a clinical education program presented by occupational therapy graduate students in partial fulfillment of the Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy at Thomas Jefferson University. The 2017 CREATE DAY presentations have been loaded in the Jefferson Digital Commons. Topics include:
- Restoring Roles: Improving Participation in Meaningful Life Roles Following Cord Injury
- Oh the Places You’ll Go: Assessing the Effectiveness of Community Interventions for Adults with Physical Disabilities
- Building the Foundation: Community Integration through Life Skills Interventions for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness
- Substance Abuse Recovery: What are you Coping For?
- Occupational Therapy’s Role in Reducing Length of Stay in Inpatient Care
- Use of Robotics to Improve Upper Extremity Function in Adults with Neurological Conditions
- Brain Play: Identifying Diverse Interventions to Improve the Ability to Participate in Play Among Children with Brain Injuries
- Lines and Tubes and Barriers, Oh My!: A Systematic Review of Occupational Therapy’s Role in ADL Participation for the Hospitalized Child
- Let’s Make Moves: An Exploration of Occupational Therapy Interventions for Sedentary Workers
- You Can’t Spell Obesity Without O and T: Occupational Therapy in the Treatment of Childhood Obesity
- Aging in Place and Dignity and Grace: A Systematic Review of Interventions for Instrumental ADL independence among Community-Dwelling Older Adults
View the full collection of CREATE DAY presentations (dating back to 2013) in the JDC.