Molly is a graduate student at the UNC-Chapel Hill program in Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science, a study coordinator for the HHIVE Lab, and a member of the Literature, Medicine, and Culture Colloquium. She is interested in the intersection of healthcare and humanities and her research and involvement with the HHIVE focuses on how humanities can inform health care practices and the patient experience. As a study coordinator for the Falls study, Molly has facilitated the group’s journey through the IRB process and continues to support the principle investigators through recruiting, data collection, and data analysis. After graduate school, Molly plans to work as an occupational therapist with older adults, specifically older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Aging, older adulthood, client-centered healthcare, health humanities, qualitative methods