USD Hosts Eighth Annual Occupational Therapy Research Conference
The keynote address will be delivered by Renee Taylor, vice provost for faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago, at 9 a.m. Taylor’s presentation will explore the “Intentional Relationship Model,” an internationally validated, empirically-based guide to practice that emphasizes the use of six modes of interacting: advocating, collaborating, empathizing, encouraging, instructing, and problem solving.
The conference will also include small group discussions, research breakout sessions, an awards banquet and networking session.
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