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2016 Anne Cronin Mosey Lectureship

Wednesday, March 23, 2016
6:00 – 9:00 PM
NYU Kimmel Center
Rosenthal Pavilion
60 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012
Registration Fees (dinner included):
$65 NYU Alumni, Faculty, and Staff
$75 Non-NYU Affiliated Professionals

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2016 Anne Cronin Mosey Lectureship

The Anne Cronin Mosey Lectureship addresses controversial issues facing the occupational therapy profession. The lectureship began in 2003 to honor Dr. Mosey upon retirement for her achievements and contributions to the NYU Department of Occupational Therapy and to the profession. The Department is proud to present this event for the occupational therapy community. 

Keynote Lecture

Occupational Therapy Practice: Reality and Fantasy
Jim Hinojosa, PhD ‘88, OT/L, BCP, FAOTA

Many occupational therapy practitioners, scholars, and the American Occupational Therapy Association propose that occupation is the core and focus of occupational therapy. They promote that a single concept, occupation, should be at the focus of all occupational therapy practice. This presentation will address the question of whether a therapist can accept that occupation is the core of occupational therapy and still provide important, relevant occupational therapy interventions that are not categorized as occupation-based or focused. Are these justifiable interventions? And, finally, should the profession reconsider the monistic viewpoint it has so widely adopted.

Presenter Bio

Jim Hinojosa, PhD, OT/L, BCP, FAOTA is a Professor of Occupational Therapy in the Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU Steinhardt. 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).

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