Amanda Mack, OTD, MS, ORT/L
Instructor, Department of Occupational Therapy
MGH Institute of Health Professions
Amanda “Mandy” Mack is instructor for the Entry-Level OTD Program at the IHP. She completed her BS in Therapeutic Studies, MS in Occupational Therapy, and post-professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate degrees at Boston University Sargent College. Dr. Mack has presented at state and national levels for her research in fieldwork education, experiential learning, and cancer-related fatigue and functional outcomes in cancer rehabilitation using the occupational therapy lens. She is an AOTA-certified fieldwork educator, is active in both state and national occupational therapy organizations, and helps oversee the MGH Institute OT Center for Learning, Participation, and Rehabilitation.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

The IMPACT Practice Center (IPC), a pro bono clinic with five uniprofessional centers providing student clinical experiences, operates with a collaborative goal of integrating interprofessional education in an evolving collaborative practice environment. The IPC opened in the Fall of 2017 with each center moving its clinical activities to a new shared space and modified its organizational structure in 2019 adding a part-time IPC Director to the existing Directors of the five uniprofessional centers and Practice Manager. This structure created an interprofessional leadership model that…