OCCUPATION will serve as a publication platform for the communication of ideas regarding the meaning and significance of human occupation and health.
We envision that OCCUPATION will promote and inspire greater contributions to the study of human occupation and health while CHAOS (Community and Health Advocacy through Occupational Studies) will serve as a platform for discourse within the community.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2015) November 2015
November 2015 Issue
OCCUPATION: A Medium of Inquiry for Students, Faculty & Other Practitioners Advocating for Health through Occupational Studies
Societal Statement on the Role of Occupational Therapy with
Survivors of Human Sex Trafficking in the United States
Chelsea Bryant, Lillian Freeman, Meghan Granata, Annie He, Hillarie Hough, Shree Patel, Ashley Stedman, Stephanie Silvia, and My-Lynn Tran
Global Issue of Clean Water as it Impacts Occupation
Hillary E. W. Anderson
- Ricardo Carrasco
- Associate Editor
- Mariana D’Amico
- Mirtha Whaley
- Gustavo Reinoso
- Ricky Davenport
- Dennis McCarthy
- Thomas Decker
- Shelia Longrpre’
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