Here are the latest episodes.

OT Guidelines for Parkinson's

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In episode #5 of the OT Potential Podcast we give an overview Efficacy of occupational therapy for patients with Parkinson's disease: A randomised controlled trial. We discuss the associated treatment guidelines for OT and Parkinson's.

OT and an Interdisciplinary Approach to Breathlessness

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In the fourth episode of the OT Potential Club, we discuss access to research along with a randomized control trial of an interdisciplinary approach to breathlessness. This is a great episode for OTs that work with clients during the advance stage of their diseases. 

Outpatient OT after Stroke

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In episode three of the OT Potential Podcast, we review an article that looks at what kind and how much outpatient OT is most beneficial for stroke patients, who have UE impairment. The article reviewed article is Effect of a Task-Oriented Rehabilitation Program on Upper Extremity Recovery Following Motor Stroke: The ICARE Randomized Clinical Trial.

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OT, Stem Cells, and Stroke

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In the 2nd episode of the OT Potential Podcast, I discuss how influential OT articles are chosen for review and the journal article Stem Cells as an Emerging Paradigm in Stroke 3: Enhancing the Development of Clinical Trials.

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OT after the ICU

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In the first ever OT Potential Podcast, we review the journal article "Increased hospital-based physical rehabilitation and information provision after intensive care unit discharge: The RECOVER randomized clinical trial", which was published in JAMA in 2015.

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