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This poster presentation is about understanding the form, function, and meaning for hiking in BIPOC communities. This study used a mixed methods approach to obtain quantitative data through a survey and qualitative data through an interview. Through the use of an Occupational Science approach this study aimed to capture the lived experience of those participating in hiking. Understanding the knowledge of individuals occupations is beneficial for Occupational Therapist when working with versatile populations to understand their motivation and culture.
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
Medical Subject Headings
Hiking, Knowledge, Occupations, Occupational Therapist, Motivation
Mental and Social Health | Occupational Therapy | Race and Ethnicity
Rosales, K., & Park, K. (2023, August 9). Form, Function, and Meaning of Hiking in BIPOC Communities. Poster presented at the Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, University of St Augustine for Health Sciences. Retrieved from https://soar.usa.edu/otdcapstonessummer2023/26