Occupation Based Research in Concussion Management:
What do OTs Need to Know!

Anne Hunt

A Webinar Presented By: 
Anne Hunt 
PhD OT Reg. (Ont) 
Manager, Student training & intervention research program,  Clinical Study Investigator, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

June 26, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Members: $50 (+HST)
Student Members $30 (+HST)
Non-Members: $75 (+HST)

This webinar will review recent research in concussion management that focuses on occupational based assessment and treatment. A general overview of the most recent guidelines in concussion management will be provided followed by an overview of several recent studies conducted by occupational therapists. Evidence to support occupation focused assessment, educational interventions, meta-cognitive strategy training and activity-based interventions will be presented.

Join our presenter on June 26th  as she discusses:
  • Evidence supporting occupation focused assessment and interventions.
  • The importance of occupational focused interventions in concussion management.
  • How meta-cognitive strategy training, energy management education, and activity based interventions support concussion recovery.

About our presenter:

Dr. Hunt is an occupational therapist with over 25 years of experience working with people with acquired brain injuries including concussion. Her research focuses on developing and evaluating occupation focused assessments and interventions to support individuals with brain injury to engage optimally in meaningful activity in every day life. In addition to her work at Bloorview, Dr. Hunt is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy at University of Toronto.

Target audience: 
  • Applicable To Any Level 
  • Occupational therapists working in primary care
  • Occupational therapists with clients with mTBI/concussion
  • Anyone with an interest in occupation based concussion management

*Please contact the  OSOT Office  to register as a group or with any questions.
We hope you enjoy this programming!


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