Southwest District

Counties:  Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Warren    

District Chair:  Sarah Koehler, OTR/L
Contact: [email protected]


Occupational Justice for All:  Ethical Considerations for Occupational Therapy
Presented by Carol R. Scheerer, EdD, OTR/L
Southwest District - OOTA Ethics Course

When:     February 7, 2019
Where:  Xavier University, Conaton Learning Commons, Francis Xavier Way
Kennedy Auditorium (Room 412)
Time:  4:30 pm - Networking; snacks and beverages for sale
4:45 pm - Business meeting
5:00 – 7:00 pm - Program

What:   Course objectives:
Compare and contrast the constructs underlying the theory of occupational justice.
Value the ethical role of occupational therapy practitioners in the current environment of population-based health care disparities.
Analyze unintended yet existing implicit cultural bias that may influence provision of care.
Appraise when and how to advocate for structural changes to support the availability of health care for all.

Cost:  FREE for MEMBERS!  Non-members $35.00 (pay online or at the door)

CEUs:  2.0 contact hours; you may submit as PDUs. To receive the full 2 CEUs, you must be present for the entire program. 
RSVP: Please click on the link below to RSVP by 2.1.19:

Reservations are highly encouraged. Attendance without a reservation will be permitted on a first-come basis as space allows.
Directions: You will receive a parking pass as well as a map with details about areas to park and where the building is located earlier in the week leading up to the course. Parking behind Smith Hall (Williams College of Business), which is located across the street from Conaton Learning Commons, is recommended. 
Materials: Handouts will be emailed out earlier in the week leading up to the course, as these will NOT be provided at the course.
Questions? Contact us at [email protected]