2009 O.T. Distinguished Speaker Day

Posted on October 20, 2009


Cleveland State University
Occupational Therapy Program
The 12th Annual John J. Bazyk
Distinguished Speaker Day

Rallying Optimism and Resilience: Becoming a Practice-Scholar in Daily Practice
presented by

Patricia Crist, PhD,  OTR, FAOTA

November 12, 2009

Course Objectives
1. Engaging optimism and reliance to enhance the flow of your patient care, fieldwork education and one’s professional development
2. Integrating evidence to inform best practice: choosing to be a borrower or a creator of evidence relevant to your practice
3. Growing evidence-based practice to focus on the new AOTA outcomes measure AM-PAC and ensure the Centennial Vision
4. Invitation to consider how to embed the scholarship of practice into becoming a practice-scholar on your professional journey

5:00-6:00   Reception
6:00-6:15   Welcome and Introductions
6:15-7:45   Presentation
7:45-8:15  Question and Answer

Cleveland State University Campus
Main Classroom Auditorium
Parking available in the CG lot for $6. 
Go to www.csuohio.edu/aboutcsu/campusmap.pdf  for a campus map

This course is offered free of charge, but please let us know by November 4th if you will attend: 
Sue Wayne s.wayne@csuohio.edu or Karen Armstrong (216) 687-3567

Speaker Information