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Occupational therapy faculty publish peer-reviewed articles

Several faculty from the UIndy School of Occupational Therapy have recently published articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Brenda Howard, assistant professor, and Becky Barton, associate professor, published “Self-Reflection and Measurement of Professional Behavior Growth in Entry-Level Occupational Therapy Students” in the Journal of Occupational Therapy Education. 

Lori Breeden, assistant professor, along with several master of occupational therapy alumni published “Older adults and photo-elicited perspectives of shopping for groceries in a changing community” in The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Katie Polo, assistant professor, authored “An early detection program for performance deficits in patients receiving breast cancer-related surgical intervention,” which recently appeared in American Occupational Therapy Association: SIS Quarterly Practice Connections.