The School of Occupational Therapy
curriculum at Puget Sound places a strong emphasis on developing effective writing skills. The faculty has carefully designed a program of writing assignments throughout the curriculum to develop students' clinical reasoning, help shape their evolution as ethical health care professionals, stimulate lifelong habits of critically reading research, and assist students in producing documentation that meets health care industry standards. In addition, graduate students in the Occupational Therapy program conduct original research and communicate their findings in a written format that is modeled after published articles in length and style. Many of the program's graduate student research projects are subsequently published in professional journals.
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School of Occupational Therapy Master's Theses