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Domina appointed vice chair of Creighton’s Department of Occupational Therapy

Anna DominaStarting July 1, Anna Domina, OTD, will begin her new role as vice chair in the Department of Occupational Therapy in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions at Creighton University. Domina is currently one of the department?s academic clinical education coordinators, after joining the occupational therapy faculty in 2010.

"I look forward to serving the occupational therapy department in this new role, specifically working with occupational therapy students, managing our lab, coordinating with teaching and lab assistants, and continuing to develop our residency programs," Domina said.

Current vice chair, Joy Doll, OTD, has been named executive director of the Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER). Doll has served as vice chair for four years.

"Dr. Doll has played an instrumental role in the refinement and growth of the occupational therapy program," occupational therapy chair Keli Mu, Ph.D. said, "I will definitely miss working with Joy so closely, but I am very happy and proud of her new leadership role."

Most notable under Doll's tenure, were the implementation of the training and management of all of the special faculty, teaching assistants and lab assistants which has now transitioned to the Office of Distance Education. She also worked closely with faculty members to ensure positive changes were made to the occupational therapy lab space.

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