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AOTA Alerts

Updated May 25, 2017

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

By May 29—Want to be a part of AOTA's Opioid Drug Abuse Ad Hoc Committee? If you meet the criteria listed here, apply by May 29.

By May 31The Academic Leadership Institute program allows participants the opportunity to grow and develop as academic leaders in the profession. Learn more and apply.

By June 8—Submit a proposal to present at the 2018 AOTA Annual Conference & Expo in Salt Lake City. 

By June 8—Volunteer to be a proposal reviewer for the 2018 AOTA Annual Conference & Expo call for papers. 

By June 20— Apply to become a member of the Roster of Accreditation Evaluators (RAE).

More AOTA News

Accreditation Actions: See the final accreditation decisions (pdf) made by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE®) at its April 2017 meeting.

Representative Assembly (RA): Read a summary of the Spring 2017 RA Meeting

Health Care Reform: What's the difference between the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the American Health Care Act (AHCA?). Our blog post describes the key differences

New AOTA Store: Have you visited AOTA’s Online Store recently? We’ve updated it to improve your shopping experience.

Experiential Learning: An Ad Hoc Committee created by AOTA’s Board recommended greater use of simulation and faculty-led experiences for OT and OTA students. Learn about the review process, read the report, and provide feedback here.

Evidence Byte: The new AJOT series Evidence Connection illustrates how evidence from systematic reviews can inform and guide clinical decision-making using a clinical case format. Check out the most recent article on adolescents with autism spectrum disorder.

New OT Evaluation Codes: Find all of our educational resources on the new CPT OT evaluation codes, including a new webcast for pediatric clients.

Fieldwork Educators: Advance your skills as a fieldwork educator by attending one of our upcoming Fieldwork Educator Certificate Workshops.

New Practitioner Pledge: Students can ensure the profession meets its Vision 2025 goals by taking a pledge to stay an active AOTA member for at least the next 5 years.