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EDUCATION Master of Science: Health Promotion & Public Health, 2010 Brunel University - Middlesex UK
Bachelor of Occupational therapy, 2007
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences – India
WORK EXPERIENCE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Community health Rehabilitation 05/01/18 To current Position- Clinical Occupational therapist,
Monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy. Evaluated and treated a wide range of conditions, with a hospital and nursing home set up. Educated patients and family members regarding diagnosis, injury prevention and therapeutic treatments.
Planned and administered a range of treatments and therapeutic exercise programs & health promotion initiatives.
Supervised & guided COTAs during treatment process & delegate duties Heritage care, Inc 11/18/15 to 04/24/18
Position= Clinical Occupational therapist
Evaluated and treated a wide range of conditions, pertaining to older and young adult population. Supervised, OT and OTA students during their clinical rotations. Itrace foundation – 950 S Pine Island Road Suite A-150 Position= Travel Occupational therapist, 02/2015 to 11/2015 Acute care & Home Health
Research experience Research Associate & Project Manager -Tobacco control within India. Duties involved project management, reviewing and writing systematic reviews, conducting focus groups, in-depth interviews as well as planning and designing interventions. Voluntary researcher the local council in London Brough of Hillington- United Kingdom The project aimed in developing and evaluating healthy eating practices at a local school following the guidelines of National Healthy School program, UK. A project report & a module for parents and children were developed at the end of the project. Books on Prescription’ (Bibliotherapy) – “A Health Services management Research” project which aimed at exploring the various creative therapies provided by the Mental Health services in one London borough by using various research methodologies. Some of the key areas explored - the value of creativity and Bibliotherapy for health. The Project ultimately terminated as a research dissertation as a part of the Master of Science degree in Public Health and as a report for the London Borough council.
Areas of future Interest
- Health Promotion, Health Literacy & Community Participation
- Rehabilitative Health, Psychosocial participation & Lifestyle Modification
SUPERVISION Clinical Supervisor- Trinity Washington University Level 2, 8 weeks direct field work supervision OTA student Level 2, 12 weeks direct field work supervision MOT student Clinical Orientation- Newly employed Occupational therapist
Voluntary Work Sevadaan special school– India
- Actively involved in assisting teachers with various educational and therapeutic classroom activities as well as collaborating for group therapy session and social skill training.
- Actively involved in Christmas Fund raising event for children for under privileged children.