Abstract

Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

This presentation reports outcomes of a quasi-experimental study of the educational benefits of simulated auditory hallucinations (SAH). Data were gathered from 109 students and analyzed using qualitative and quantitative methods. Outcomes show that the SAH activity enhanced learning by increasing understanding that hallucinations affect occupations differently based on activity demands. Outcomes also show students' increase in empathy toward people with schizophrenia.

Primary Author and Speaker: Bernard Austin Kigunda Muriithi

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