2014 Representative Assembly Summary of Minutes. Am J Occup Ther 2014;68(Supplement_3):S43. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2014.686S08
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The Assembly approved the document The Role of Occupational Therapy in Primary Care.
The Assembly adopted a position in support of programmatic accreditation of professional degree programs in occupational therapy and recommended that the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE®) consider developing accreditation standards for postprofessional occupational therapy doctoral programs.
The Assembly approved the following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)/Job Descriptions/JDs:
A charge for the AOTA President to request that occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant program directors appoint or elect a representative to serve on the RA as a member with voice and vote
A charge for the Commission on Continuing Competence and Professional Development to develop a student version of the Professional Development Tool and to seek the collaboration of the Assembly of Student Delegates in the development of the student version of the tool
A charge for the Speaker to have the RALC appoint an ad hoc committee within the RA to review and develop leadership initiatives that will foster leadership skills within the RA and facilitate succession plans for growing leadership for future leaders across the profession.
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