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Last updated: 1/2/2018
Dr. Peggy Barco OTD BSW OTR/L SCDCM CDRS, Assistant Professor, Washington University Medical School Program in Occupational Therapy (St. Louis)
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Professional Information
Washington University Medical School Program in Occupational Therapy (St. Louis)
Assistant Professor
4444 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis
Missouri
63108  United States
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314 286-1600 (Phone)
OT- Occupational Therapist
  University
  Research: no driver services offered
  Clinical Driver Assessment, Driver Screening, Sedan: Behind the Wheel eval/training
  Yes
Additional Information
Education/Experience
Bachelor of Science, Social Work (Magna Cum Laude), University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri

Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy, Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, Washington University School of Medicine, Program in Occupational Therapy St. Louis, Missouri

Doctor of Occupational Therapy, Washington University School of Medicine (High Honors)St. Louis, Missouri
Social/Volunteer Organizations
Consultant, Medscape/Web MD
Consultant, Merck Manual
Consultant, AOTA – Board and Specialty Certification (BASC)
Consultant, University of Illinois Chicago (Engage-IL HRSH Grant), Inter-Professional Geriatrics Training Program: Driving Safety of the Older Adult
AOTA Board of Advanced and Specialty Certification, Specialty for Driving and Community Mobility
Consultant, Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF), Ottawa, ON, Canada
Member, Conference Planning Committee, Brain Injury Association of Missouri
More Information
Dr. Barco is an Assistant Professor at Washington University Medical School Program in Occupational Therapy and Department of Medicine (St. Louis). Dr. Barco, a seasoned driving rehabilitation specialist, is an investigator whose funded research and clinical interests focus on fitness to drive in at-risk medical populations. Her areas of specialty include cognitive intervention, cognition and driving, and unique issues older adults face with driving and community mobility. As a clinician, researcher, and faculty member she is very aware of the current needs related to older drivers with cognitive impairment and focused on developing evidence based solutions to address the concerns.
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