Occupational Therapy Association of Californa

Confronting Systemic Racism in Occupational Therapy: A Town Hall Discussion on Perceptions, Impact, and Actions Surrounding the Results of a Research Study - 1 PDU

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This Town Hall will be focused on disseminating the results from a mixed-methods study entitled “Systemic Racism and Occupational Therapy.” This study surveyed 89 occupational therapy practitioners and students regarding the impact of the (2020 OTAC Annual Conference Keynote Address entitled Confronting and Addressing Systemic Racism: Living Occupational Therapy Through Ubuntu) delivered by Drs. Frank Kronenberg and Elelwani Ramugondo. A team of researchers, representative of five academic institutions in California, engaged in this research to understand the impact of the Keynote at improving awareness of systemic racism in occupational therapy; influencing changes in professional practice, policy, and education; and examining the effectiveness of the virtual presentation format. We hope you can join us.

DATE, TIME, LOCATION
June 8, 2022
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Zoom meeting information will be provided via email within 30 minutes of registration.

COST
Free OTAC members
$15 non members

Susan MacDermott

Region 1 Director
Susan MacDermott, OTD, OTR/L


Renee Boivin Makin

Region 1 Director-Elect
Renee Boivin Makin, OTD, OTR/L