RT Research and Training Lab
What is RT2
RT2 is a Recreational Therapy Research and Training Lab housed in the Department of Occupational and Recreational Therapies at the University of Utah.
The abbreviated name of RT2 ("RT Squared") references the RT in both the primary focus areas of the lab: 1) Recreational Therapy, and 2) Research and Training.
The mission of the lab is to advance recreational therapy practice through both research and training initiatives while simultaneously building partnerships and collaborations involving 1) faculty/researchers, 2) students, 3) practitioners, and 4) consumers/clients.
The four sides of the square surround the RT2 in the lab's logo graphically depict the joining of these four groups of stakeholders in efforts to advance the recreational therapy profession.
The RT Lab is currently accepting undergraduate and graduate student applications. Applications for 2018-2019 are due Friday, August 31st at 5:00 pm.
|Research Area Focus||Recreational Therapy Research and Evidence-Based Practice|
|Student Member Overview||The purpose of student membership in this lab is to provide University of Utah students with the opportunity to increase their understanding of research related to recreational therapy and to advance evidence-based practice in the discipline. The lab promotes student involvement in a variety of research and training activities connected to this focus area.|
|Student Involvement & Expectations||
|Meeting Times & Locations||
Weekly meetings are held on campus and are scheduled for one hour.
|How do I get involved?||
Complete the Recreational Therapy Research Lab application and e-mail to: Dr. Rhonda Nelson at email@example.comApplications for 2018-2019 are due Friday, August 31st at 5:00 pm.
Research Awards and Funding
Previous winners of UROP funding include:
Visit UROP's page to find out more about funding and their application process.
Previous and Current Research Projects
ATRA National Conference
WHOQOL Poster Presentation
URTA State Conference
Virtual Reality as a Treatment Modality
How Do I Get Involved?
For more information about the lab, please contact