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What is the Difference Between ADN and BSN Nursing? Writen by St. Andrews
Choosing a career in nursing is a wise decision for anyone wanting a long-lasting and fulfilling career. Nurses are the backbone of the medical field and often have the most contact with patients. Having a...
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What Can You Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing? Writen by St. Andrews
People desiring to enter the field of nursing often believe that nursing is a calling, not just a career path. They have a deep desire to help others. Although as a nurse you will be...
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What Does an Occupational Therapy Assistant Do on a Daily Basis? Writen by St. Andrews
Many of us take for granted the movements that our body naturally does throughout the day. We often don’t think twice about getting up out of bed, getting dressed, or walking to the kitchen. It...
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How to Become an Occupational Therapy Assistant Writen by St. Andrews
An occupational therapy assistant plays an essential role in helping patients achieve independence and improve the quality of everyday life. Working directly with patients, the occupational therapy assistant is often part of a larger patient...
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What Nursing Program Does St Andrews University Offer? Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Overview St Andrews is proud to announce its new Bachelor of Science Nursing program. The Pre-licensure BSN option is 4 years in length and occurs in two stages. The first stage requires students to take...
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So, You Want to Be a Nurse? Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
So, you have a family member that’s a nurse, or you have watched a television show that sparked your passion to becoming a nurse? That’s great and yes, nursing is a great field to pursue...
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BSOTA Program Director Publishes Article in AOTA’s May 2020 SIS Quarterly Practice Supplement Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
  Rachelle Lydell, MSOT, OTR/L and SAU BSOTA Program director was pleased to announce the publication of an article in which she coauthored with faculty from University of Missouri – Columbia School of Health Professions...
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AOTA Releases New Logo and Design: Symbolizing Unity in the Profession Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
AOTA’s new logo and design signifies the steadfast commitment of the occupational therapy profession to empower its practitioners and students to promote the distinct value of occupational therapy, and lead the profession into the future...
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IDS 290 – Black Lives Matter: An Open Conversation Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
IDS 290 - Black Lives Matter: An Open Conversation (Wednesdays @ 7 PM over Zoom) is open to all students and community members at no charge. Students should contact their advisors to enroll. Community members interested...
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AOTA Board of Directors Creates Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity comprise one of the aspirational pillars of AOTA’s Vision 2025 and are essential elements of the occupational therapy profession. As occupational therapy clinicians, our foundational pillars of care are rooted in...
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