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Health Professions Students Share Research at Annual Aletheia Symposium

Feature | May 28, 2020

School of Health professions students and faculty gathered for a two-day Zoom conference to present their research at this year’s virtual Aletheia Symposium.

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News Brief: OT Earns 100% Pass Rate

Feature | Feb 28, 2019

For the first time in the history of the program, students in NYIT's M.S. in Occupational Therapy program achieved a 100% pass rate on the NBCOT (National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy).

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SHP Faculty Presents to STEP High Schoolers

Alumni Profile: Amanda Caruso

Profile | Dec 12, 2018

Amanda Caruso (M.S. ’18) plans to draw on her service-learning experiences at NYIT to help others as a professional occupational therapist.

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Student Profile: Carla Bazan

Profile | Nov 01, 2018

Carla Bazan travelled to the mountains and jungles of Peru to introduce the people to occupational therapy.

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2nd Year OT Student Carla Bazan Attends Peru Medical Missions

From Students to Researchers

Video | Oct 12, 2018

Associate Professor Razan Hamed, Ph.D. encourages her occupational therapy students to become innovative problem solvers, helping substance abusers regain the balance in their lives.
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School of Health Professions Heads in the Right Direction

Feature | Feb 22, 2018

NYIT School of Health Professions partners with ThinkFirst’s Northwell Health chapter to educate local communities on how to prevent brain injuries.

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Occupational Therapy Fieldwork in Morocco

Feature | Feb 16, 2018

Students in the NYIT occupational therapy program traveled to Morocco to work with patients with disabilities.

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OT Students and Faculty Travel to Morocco