CANCELLED: Professor Jim Hinojosa to give NYU OT’s 7th Annual Anne Cronin Mosey Lectureship in February 2011
On Thursday, February 24, 2011, the Department of Occupational Therapy will host its 7th Annual Anne Cronin Mosey Lectureship on NYU's campus. Jim Hinojosa, PhD, OT, FAOTA will deliver this year's lecture.
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location: NYU's Lipton Hall, located at 110 West Third Street at MacDougal Street.
Title: Evidence-Based Practice for Occupational Therapy: Cult, Fad or Relevant.
Most occupational therapists accept evidence-based practice (EBP) as the ideal for guiding practice and research. This presentation raises the following questions: What are the implications of EBP to the profession? Is it appropriate for the profession to embrace EBP uncritically? Is EBP the correct paradigm for occupational therapy? Most importantly, is the adoption of EBP by occupational therapists benefiting the profession and its consumers?
Jim Hinojosa, PhD, OT, FAOTA
Jim Hinojosa is a Professor of Occupational Therapy in the Department of Occupational Therapy. As such, his specialty is pediatrics, and his research focuses on therapist collaborations with families. He chaired the Commission on Practice of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), served on its Executive Board (1989-1995), as a director on the American Occupational Therapy Foundation Board (1993-1999), and on the AOTA's Commission on Continuing Competence for Occupational Therapy.
In 1994, he received the AOTA Award of Merit, and in 2006, he was honored with the Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship Award. In addition to over 150 articles and chapters in books, he has co-edited Perspectives in Human Occupation: Participation in Life (2003), Frames of Reference in Pediatric Occupational Therapy (1993; 1999, 2010), The Texture of Life: Purposeful Activities in Occupational Therapy (2000, 2004,2009), and Occupational Therapy Evaluation: Obtaining and Interpreting Data (1998, 2005, 2010).