OT 7211: Professional Development 2
OT 7177: Level I Fieldwork: OT with Older Adults
Current: Working to secure faculty PI to secure grant for continued research on the “At Home Too” manualized intervention in an urban primary care setting.
Fox Valley Memory Project, Appleton, WI, 2013-14. Involved in consulting and volunteering with the “Memory Cafés” in the greater Fox Valley for caregivers and those with Alzheimer’s disease and related memory conditions. Facilitated creative story-telling and referrals for the community center day programs and family education center.
Sixteen local OTs and UMN OTD students will be collecting hand strength data at the state fair, so please come on over to the Driven to Discover Building. We look forward to seeing you!
Below are links to the brief presentations of doctoral capstone projects.
Commencement is an exciting time, a time to celebrate the successful transition from student to professional. Please plan to participate in the 2023 CAHP commencement celebration where we will honor and celebrate your accomplishments. At the event, you will be presented with a diploma cover and have multiple photo opportunities.
If you have questions contact Ally Brandt-Fitzgerald at [email protected].
My research interests include optimizing the clinical experience, value of reflective processes on performance and professional development.
My teaching areas include the clinical experience and as a specialist in the hematology and body fluids laboratory sessions.
My primary focus is clinical toxicology and chemistry, particularly utilizing mass spectrometry for drug analysis, medication compliance monitoring, and automated chemistry workflows. Special interests include using technology to work more efficiently, health informatics, and promoting the value of our medical laboratory profession.
The CAHP Jobs Board lists positions available to students and alumni of the program. The board is updated by employers, and monitored by the Center for Allied Health Programs. These listings may contain MLS and OT job postings outside of the University of Minnesota. These job opportunities are posted as a service to students based on information provided by prospective employers. These opportunities are not endorsed or vetted by the University of Minnesota. Students are encouraged to conduct their own thorough review before accepting any position.