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Allied Health Professionals are licensed caregivers including audiologists, nuclear medicine technologists, diagnostic medical sonographers, dietitians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, radiographers, radiation therapists, and speech language pathologists. They are the people in hospitals, offices, schools, and physician's clinics that provide services that pertain to general health and the identification, evaluation, treatment, and prevention of diseases and disorders. Those in the Allied Health Professions have the opportunity to do clinical practice work or to do research, health care policy leadership, or educate the next generation of Allied Health Professionals.

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After 31 years of dedicated service to the University of Oklahoma and the profession of occupational therapy, Dr. Toby Hamilton has retired. A 1980 graduate of the occupational therapy program, Dr. Hamilton started her career with the Department of Occupational Therapy as instructor and academic fieldwork coordinator in 1985.  Since then, she has served the program in just about every capacity imaginable, including the Academic Program Director for 12 years.  Dr. Hamilton mentored numerous students to become the best occupational therapists they can, and faculty to become better educators and scholars. She has touched many lives and has made a lasting impression on the profession of occupational therapy.

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