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The 2015 NOTA Conference had a strong Creighton representation of students, faculty and alumni involved in many different event aspects.
Alaska OTD Distance Pathway impacting rural communities.
Youth Emergency Services assists hundreds of Omaha's adolescents
Rx Savings Solutions created to ensure financial and physical well-being of patients.
Dr. Domina,OTD '04, has been accepted into the American Occupational Therapy Foundation Leaders and Legacies Society
New Office of Distance Education created to facilitate the administration of the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions' distance education programs.
Dr. Terry Grindstaff knee research explores options for those suffering.
New faculty and staff appointments, promotions and other personnel changes since January 2015 are listed here
The Creighton Pediatric Therapy clinic moved to a new location, but mission of providing patients with quality care stays the same.
Amy Jo Lamb has been elected as President of the American Occupational Therapy Association for the term of July 2016 to June 2019.
Drs. Shana Harrington, Naser Alsharif, and Kirk Peck each received funding from the George F. Haddix President's Faculty Research Fund to further their research.
Maggi Pivovar, BSOT'93, is set to provide the keynote address at the 2015 NOTA Conference Mar. 20.
Pharmacy faculty Dr. Linda Ohri and OT graduate Maggi Pivovar were interviewed for an OHW article on vaccine legistration
Joy Doll, an Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, has been featured in a recent Health News Digest article.
Members of Rho Chi National Pharmacy Honor Society welcomed their 2015 Lecture Award winner Dr. Susan Meyer Feb. 27, 2015.

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