Lisa Bagby

OTD, OTR/L, MHA

Lisa Bagby, OTD, OTR/L, MHA is an occupational therapist, educator, and health care administrator. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from Iowa State University, a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Creighton University, and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Des Moines University. Lisa worked as a contract OT for 5 years after school, working in seven practice settings in five different states. Before moving into education, she worked as a hospice director for a hospice house and home hospice team. For the past 4 years Lisa has served as the Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor for the Occupational Therapy Program at Creighton University and is now an Assistant Professor at George Washington University. Her primary areas of research and scholarship interest are related to exploring the psychosocial impact of stroke on physical recovery, clinical education trends and issues, and topics related to serving marginalized populations with the express intent to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in health care.

Feb 20 - 8:00 AM PST Student

Skill-Building Workshops

Building a Non-Traditional Capstone Experience

Capstone is one of the ways that an OTD student interested in non-traditional fields can increase their exposure and create opportunities for learning in areas like rehabilitation technology. Join Lisa and Lauren as they share their practical experience from the classroom to the clinic. They'll share best practice for creation of a non-traditional Capstone. This session will give you practical action steps for creating your Capstone experience! If you’re not an OTD student, this session will also give you ideas for connecting with companies in rehabilitation technology for special projects and potential future roles.

8:00 AM PST

Saturday February 20

Building a Non-Traditional Capstone Experience

Capstone is one of the ways that an OTD student interested in non-traditional fields can increase their exposure and create opportunities for learning in areas like rehabilitation technology. Join Lisa and Lauren as they share their practical experience from the classroom to the clinic. They'll share best practice for creation of a non-traditional Capstone. This session will give you practical action steps for creating your Capstone experience! If you’re not an OTD student, this session will also give you ideas for connecting with companies in rehabilitation technology for special projects and potential future roles.