Student Research and Scholarly Activity Day Highlights New Research Initiatives

For the second time this year, students and faculty from Touro University Nevada showcased and discussed research projects during the virtual ‘Student Research and Scholarly Activity’ Day on Aug. 30. Student Research and Scholarly Activity Day provided students from the … Continue reading Student Research and Scholarly Activity Day Highlights New Research Initiatives

Professor John Rider Uses Worldly Experience to Educate Touro’s Occupational Therapists of the Future

Wherever he has lived, John Rider has always understood the universal importance of caring for others. Born in Provo, Utah, Rider, an Assistant Professor in the Touro University Nevada School of Occupational Therapy, has lived in the big city, the … Continue reading Professor John Rider Uses Worldly Experience to Educate Touro’s Occupational Therapists of the Future

Touro University Nevada Students and Faculty Discuss the Importance of Occupational Therapy for National Occupational Therapy Month

In celebration of Occupational Therapy Month, we spoke with students and faculty from the School of Occupational Therapy (OT) about why they chose to become an OT, and why OT Month is so important. Danielle Potop, Class of 2023 I … Continue reading Touro University Nevada Students and Faculty Discuss the Importance of Occupational Therapy for National Occupational Therapy Month

School of Occupational Therapy Research Project is Published in National Organization’s Magazine

An Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) graduate and two faculty from the Touro University Nevada’s School of Occupational Therapy (OT) were recently published in OT Practice Magazine for their research on how aquatic therapy benefits children with disabilities. The research, titled … Continue reading School of Occupational Therapy Research Project is Published in National Organization’s Magazine