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OT 8274 : Program Theory and Health Innovations
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Occupational Therapy (OT)
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OTD: Occupational Therapy
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
OT 8275 : Doctoral Capstone Preparation
As A Banner Equivalent:
THS 8107 : Program Theory and Health Innovations
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Clinical Leadership (CL)
Long Course Title
Program Theory and Health Innovations
Short Course Title
Program Theory Hlth Innovation
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occupational therapy majors
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Program theory as the basis for designing health and educational innovations that can be tested using scientific methods, replicated in practice, and inform policy.
As a result of the course, the learner will be able to: 1. Synthesize evidence to inform decisions about potentially beneficial health and educational innovations 2. Engage stakeholders in design and review of health and educational innovations 3. Design a health or educational program specifying program components, including inputs, outputs, outcomes and dissemination strategies 4. Apply principles of treatment fidelity to health and educational program development and evaluation 5. Design processes to ensure the ethically sound conduct of innovations in health and education
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OT 8274 Program Theory and Health Innovations.pdf
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
Uniquely applies program theory to translational health innovations at a doctoral level
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