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On this episode of On The air, occupational therapists Kim Solondz and Lily Gullion talk about the ins and outs fellowship opportunities in the field of occupational therapy. Kim is the discipline director and pediatric fellowship director of occupational therapy at the Institute on Development & Disability at Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Portland, OR, and Lily is a new grad OT and the current pediatric occupational therapy fellow at OHSU. Accredited by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) in 2016, the pediatric OT fellowship at OHSU is designed to provide mentorship in advanced clinical skills in inter-professional practice, leadership enhancement, and research development. More information about the fellowship including how to apply can be found at https://goo.gl/rsdSUj
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4/15/2019 05:54:32 am
By just narrating your story, I can feel that being Occupational Therapy is truly a hard task. There are so many things that might require your attention at a time, and it's pretty hard! But I guess, you enjoy the routines and you became familiar with it as the years passed by. Everything became easier because being a Occupational Therapist might be your passion. We all know that if we love what we do, we will not have a problem doing that!
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