Lab Week: Karl Landsteiner

Many modern lab professionals owe a lot of thanks to Karl Landsteiner. In the early 20th century, Landsteiner was credited with identifying blood...

Lab Memes to Celebrate Lab Week

Not all heroes wear capes! Some wear scrubs and lab coats.

Happy #LabProfessionalsWeek to all our Triage labbies. We know that you're often behind...

Occupational Therapy Month: Eleanor Clarke Slagle

Eleanor Clarke Slagle is known as the mother of occupational therapy. She began her studies at the Chicago School for Civics and Philanthropy in...

Your Assignment's Ending: What Next?

Any seasoned medical traveler knows just how fast 13 weeks can fly by. If you're new to traveling though, it might surprise you the first time you're...

Occupational Therapy Month: Dr. William Rush Dunton, Jr

Dr. William Rush Dunton, Jr is known as the father of OT. 

He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1893 and worked in a...

5 OT Blogs You Should Follow

Want to stay up to date with fellow occupational therapists or just have a few laughs as you're unwinding at the end of a long day? These five OT...

Celebrating Occupational Therapy Month: Facts about OTs

We love our occupational therapists every month, but we're especially thrilled to wish them a happy OT Month this April. Let's celebrate with some...

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