Dr. Rogers has the experience and expertise of a practicing clinician and educator in the field of occupational therapy. Over the last several years, she has collaborated with various professions and individuals to engage in Interprofessional practice based research, which has led to successful obtainment of grant funding and dissemination of scholarly products at national and international levels. My goal is to continue to provide education to future healthcare professionals, address the social determinants of health with vulnerable populations, and participate with ongoing research initiatives that will positively impact the community.
Oaklee Rogers, OTD, OTR/L
Chair: Academic Fieldwork Coordinator & Assistant Clinical Professor. Administrative Director for SHOW, Northern State University
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Interprofessional by Design: Meeting at the Crossroads to Build an Innovative Interprofessional and Substance Use Disorder Practice Environment for Learning and Care
The need for increased health professions training in the treatment of substance use disorders has been widely recognized; including interactive didactic, experiential learning opportunities along with addiction specialist role modeling.