Presentation Title

Evaluation of Student-led Occupational Therapy Programming for Adults in Substance Abuse Recovery: Mixed-Methods Analysis

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Master of Occupational Therapy

Student Type

Graduate Student

Presentation Types

Poster Group Presentation

Keywords:

substance abuse; occupational therapy; recovery; program evaluation

Description

An ongoing evaluation of a lifestyle redesign program created and led by Master of Occupational Therapy students for adults in inpatient substance abuse recovery. A mixed-methods approach was used to conduct an analysis of participant feedback forms and program developer/rehabilitation faculty member interviews. Information was collected and assessed to gain insight on perceptions of program effectiveness, student preparedness, and occupational therapy’s role in substance abuse recovery. Results found will educate future occupational therapy students in the preparation and implementation of this lifestyle redesign program, as well as, the importance of occupation in recovery.

Faculty Sponsor Name

Mikel Stone

Faculty Sponsor Title

Assistant Professor

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

Graduate Programs

Location

Morris UC Lobby

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Evaluation of Student-led Occupational Therapy Programming for Adults in Substance Abuse Recovery: Mixed-Methods Analysis

Morris UC Lobby

An ongoing evaluation of a lifestyle redesign program created and led by Master of Occupational Therapy students for adults in inpatient substance abuse recovery. A mixed-methods approach was used to conduct an analysis of participant feedback forms and program developer/rehabilitation faculty member interviews. Information was collected and assessed to gain insight on perceptions of program effectiveness, student preparedness, and occupational therapy’s role in substance abuse recovery. Results found will educate future occupational therapy students in the preparation and implementation of this lifestyle redesign program, as well as, the importance of occupation in recovery.