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Improve OT Productivity - Create Dropdown Lists in Excel Use cases Tired of typing the same data in your documentation? You can cut down on time by using drop-down lists, and if you are a keyboard-only user, drop-down lists can be...
Introduction Many new grads are faced with the opportunity to work PRN (as-needed) / Per-diem / Relief -- these all mean the same thing versus Full Time (FT). Part-time is another option, but is rarer these days compared to the...
Cite as you write. Do not procrastinate and do this at the end. Cite as you write! Trust me, I've procrastinated and it is very tedious. Search for the same article (or start your search - highly recommended) on...
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Capstone Poster Tips

In this video, I will go over some capstone tips that I wish I knew and I hope will help you when designing your capstone poster for occupational therapy. These tips will help to save you time, money, and...
  Some employers are offering Emergency Time Off (ETO) for COVID-19, which may even be retroactively provided. The specifics will depend on your employer and local laws. At my work, for example, if you are a full-time you may be...
Stay healthy and get paid/discounted purchases! This year, these retailers are offering gift cards/cash for getting the flu shot: Target - (inside of target) CVS, Longs Drugs, MinuteClinic : $5 CVS (standalone store) - $5 off $25 purchase Publix Grocery...
Introduction What is OTR/L? Occupational Therapists use OTR/L in their professional credentials. About Trademarks Some designations are trademarked or generally only accepted to be used once met by certain organizations. A designation such as OT is not trademarked and more general. OTS (occupational...
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored or affiliate post to sell you insurance. I am writing this post because I wish I knew about this resource when I was family planning around the time of open-enrollment with my employer. Introduction Are...
Congratulations on your next big step! Here are some helpful hints to help you prepare for ARU. Familiarize yourself with: (in no particular order) Common conditions and treatment planning for them (and their progression): Neuro: CVA, TBI Ortho/trauma: fracture healing times,...
The 80/20 rule is also known as Pareto's Principle - and it applies to studying and productivity. 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. While 80 + 20 = 100, this has nothing to do with the sum....