Jeri Lynn Jones

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In occupational therapy the conceptual change from continuing education (CE) to continuing professional education (CPE) has been a gradual one. This change has paralleled the awakening of the field of ad ult continuing education to the unique needs for lifelong learning activities shared by individuals who are members of the various professions. The concept(More)
This study investigated potential consumer responses to the display of the Christian fish symbol (Ichthus) used in mock advertisements of services high in credence, experience and search attributes. Discussions from earlier research propose consumers may exhibit different reactions to Christian symbolism displayed in the marketplace and that purchase(More)
Among the early influences on the profession of occupational therapy were the founding schools and those who helped create them. The Midwest was energized by Elizabeth Upham Davis, who was instrumental in establishing the occupational therapy education program at Milwaukee-Downer College in 1918. This paper relates Mrs. Davis's efforts on behalf of(More)
In 1965, the power to legislate the affairs of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) passed from the Board of Management to the newly created Delegate Assembly. AOTA's progress in the 25-year period from 1965 to 1990 can be traced by studying the resolutions deliberated upon by that Assembly and its successor, the Representative Assembly. Of(More)
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