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community services. She has assumed numerous roles for the Illinois Occupational Therapy Association, authored chapters on primary care, health care policies and home health practices. Dr. Robinson serves ... professional focus has been on the emerging roles of occupational therapy in light of recent payment reform models and access to therapy services for vulnerable populations. Dr. Robinson has a continued interest in legislative and policymaking efforts that support occupational therapy practice in today’s healthcare environment, particularly for telehealth practices & access to therapy services
healing and growth can successfully happen with a sense of completion and hope. Her ACEs/PCEs research hopes to strengthen the services that all advocacy and domestic violence centers provide in Arizona. She is the training coordinator for Arizona Child and Family Advocacy Network and develops annual trainings for the FAC/CAC’s in Arizona. Her work as the Director of Clinical Services at Childhelp Children’s Center strengthened the trauma-informed clinical services team through treatment, consultation, supervision, and programmatic growth adding program including sensory-modulation occupational
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Brooke Griffin, PharmD, BCACP is a Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Vice Chair of Clinical Services at Midwestern University College of Pharmacy, Downers Grove. Her current practice site is with Sinai Medical Group in Chicago where she provides medication therapy management services to an underserved community. With over 20 years of experience in various ambulatory care clinics, she has worked on several multidisciplinary teams and precepted hundreds of students and residents. At the college she serves as a coach and mentor to several faculty and teaches part of the women’s health
training program, where she specialized in providing behavioral health services within the primary care setting and residency education. She has published and presented research and scholarship on medical communication, human sexuality, and research ethics. Her research interests are in implementation of integrated healthcare services and meeting the healthcare needs of diverse sexual practices
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