Heather Weber has been an Occupational Therapist for nearly 17 years. She started her acute care career at Johnson Memorial Hospital in 2005. She gained additional acute care experience while working as a supplemental therapist at Riley Hospital for Children before moving into a full-time role at the IU Health Adult Academic Health Center in 2008. Although her focus has primarily been on the acute care patient population, she has experience working in various other settings such as home health care, outpatient, acute rehab, and subacute rehab. During her time in patient care, she had a passion for working with the Ortho Trauma population and was involved in the development of standardized order sets, new protocols, and patient education materials. She transitioned out of a primarily patient care role and into leadership in 2016. Heather has a love for technology and innovation. She has partnered with the IU Health Innovations Lab to start a 3D printing program for the Occupational Therapy Department. She is always looking for new ways to incorporate technology into patient care to enhance both patient experience and outcomes within the hospital setting.
This session is 40min long, it will repeat four times during the block
1:00 – 1:40 PM
1:45 – 2:25 PM
2:30- 3:10 PM
3:15- 3:55 PM