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A Day in the Life | Acute Care OT

Here's a little known fact about me: I worked in acute care my first year as an OT. I loved reading this "day in the life" submission, because it brought back so many memories! I forgot how much I enjoyed the acute care setting! That's one of the things that drew me to OT-the ability to work in a variety of settings. And David's tip at the end to document after seeing two patients? I completely agree! I love meeting social media friends in real life and I was lucky enough to meet David last…

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Leah Clifford
Learning your ABCs was as easy as 1-2-3, but when it comes to understanding medical titles, you may be met with an alphabet soup. That’s because these days your care may be led by a variety of health care providers or clinical care teams who have different letters behind their names. You probably know that an MD is a medical doctor. But a DO, doctor of osteopathy, is also a medical doctor who undergoes similar rigorous education and training. Then you add in other members of a medical team, such Medical Landing Page, Patient Care Assistant, Doctor Of Osteopathic Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Licensed Vocational Nurse, Certified Medical Assistant, Health Care Professionals, Nurse Anesthetist, Medical Specialties

MD, DO, PA, NP, MA and More: What Do These Letters Mean?

Learning your ABCs was as easy as 1-2-3, but when it comes to understanding medical titles, you may be met with an alphabet soup. That’s because these days your care may be led by a variety of health care providers or clinical care teams who have different letters behind their names. You probably know that an MD is a medical doctor. But a DO, doctor of osteopathy, is also a medical doctor who undergoes similar rigorous education and training. Then you add in other members of a medical team…

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Transfer Training Tips for New Occupational Therapists | myotspot.com

Mastering transfer training as a new occupational therapist can be a challenge. Read on for applicable transfer training tips.

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Reagan Stancil