Interview with Nancy Noah, WMU '82
WMU Occupational Therapy Centennial Celebration
Occupational Therapist and WMU Alumae Nancy Noah '82 speaks about how she found herself enrolling in Western's OT program after transferring from UM, where she studied accounting. She speaks about her 38 year career at the Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital, and the diversity of programming and skill-building for the patients she worked with. Nancy speaks about the launching of the OT intern program between KPH and WMU, which Dr. Ann Chapleau was instrumental in establishing.
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Occupational Therapy, Centennial, Western Michigan University, Alumae, Oral Histories
Occupational Therapy | Oral History | Psychiatric and Mental Health
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Noah, Nancy, "Interview with Nancy Noah, WMU '82" (2022). WMU Centennial Celebration. 11.
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