Juliana Bell, OTD-S
Juliana Bell is a third-year occupational therapy doctorate student at Gannon University in Ruskin, Florida. Her leadership and academic roles have included Graduate Research Assistant for the Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program, Secretary for the Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA), and President of Pi Theta Epsilon (PTE) Gamma Delta chapter. Juliana's research interests include both adult and pediatric populations as well as higher education.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Changing the Tone: An Interprofessional Student Experience in Management of Patients with Spasticity Disorders
Poster Description: Team-based care is best practice for healthcare providers; practitioners must be collaboration-ready and collaboration-savvy. Facilitation of interprofessional practice begins with student experiential learning opportunities that foster knowledge, skills and behaviors associated with interprofessional team competence. According to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (2016), curricula designed to build competence should include information about the shared values of other professions; an understanding of one’s own role and that of other professions in assessing…