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Master of Science in Occupational Therapy


Shenandoah University occupational therapy student La’Shandra “Elle” Russell ’19

A Head Start on Early Intervention

When Shenandoah University occupational therapy student La’Shandra “Elle” Russell ’19 graduates from the OT program in December, she will have earned not only a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, but also a Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention, courtesy of the Graduate Education of Related Service Providers at Georgetown University (GEORGE) program. GEORGE is an […]

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Erika Francis faculty photo

Health Professions Faculty News: Fall 2017

The School of Health Professions welcomed new full-time faculty members this semester: Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies Richard Gilbert, M.S., PA-C; Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy Hugh Lee, M.S.; and Visiting Instructor of Occupational Therapy Kelly McClintock, B.S. Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Erika R. Francis ’13, MSPAS, PA-C and Assistant Professor […]

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Shenandoah University Health Professions Building

Health Professions News: Summer/Fall 2017

The university purchased the Health Professions Building on the Winchester Medical Center (WMC) Campus in September. The facility, which the university previously leased from WMC parent Valley Health, houses the pharmacy, physician assistant studies, physical therapy and occupational therapy programs in Winchester (these programs are also offered in Northern Virginia locations). The purchase allows the […]

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Alumni Successes

Autumn O'Hara

Autumn Wacker O’Hara Utilizes Degree to Help Others

Autumn Wacker O’Hara ’11 chose to pursue her degree at Shenandoah because of its flexible, hybrid Master of Science in Occupational Therapy program, which allows students to develop as leaders and scholars with a balance of online and in-person coursework. “There is so much information out there and so much that occupational therapists can do […]

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Health Professions Faculty Work Recognized

Associate Professor in the Division of Physician Assistant (PA) Studies & Director of Pre-Health and Interprofessional Education Anne Schempp, MPAS, PA-C, has been named chair of the Physician Assistant Education Association’s (PAEA) End of Curriculum Exam Development Board. As chair of this board, Schempp will help develop and oversee a new exam for graduating PA […]

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