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The purpose of this project was to create a model for a sustainable student pro bono clinic with a clear mission and vision that aligned with that of the occupational therapy (OT) profession. This project consisted of interviewing founding members of similar programs, conducting an indirect needs assessment, and performing a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis (Blayney, 2008) of current pro bono clinic operations at the University of St. Augustine College for Health Sciences (USAHS). These results, combined with input from key stakeholders, were used to develop a strategic plan to support the development of future pro bono clinics by OT programs across the nation.
Medical Subject Headings
Occupational Therapy, Students, Needs Analysis, Rate Setting and Review, Ambulatory Care Facilities
Tong, S., Collins, K., & Shotwell, M. P. (2020, April 23). Occupational Therapy Student Pro Bono Clinic: Creating a Sustainable Model. Poster presented at the Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, University of St Augustine for Health Sciences. Retrieved from https://soar.usa.edu/otdcapstonespring2020/7