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DR. THOMAS FISHER NAMED IN TOP 100 INFLUENTIAL PERSONS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Dr. Thomas Fisher, Chair of the IU Department of Occupational Therapy was added to the American Occupational Therapy Association’s list of the 100 most influential people to the OT profession in its 100-year history. In his more than 30-year career, Dr. Fisher has served in numerous leadership roles at the national and state level, and has been a member of the AOTA Board of Directors twice. Dr. Fisher is an alumni of the IU OT program and took the role of department chair in 2004. He has led efforts to obtain OT licensure in both Kentucky and Indiana, and is currently guiding the transition of IU’s occupational therapy degree to a doctorate program. He was also recognized by the AOTA with the 2016 Award of Merit.
Read more about his significant achievements: http://www.otcentennial.org/the-100-people/fisher
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Thomas Fisher, chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy within the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, has been named one of the 100 most influential people within the occupational therapy profession over the last century.