Paul Arthur is an assistant professor and occupational therapist at St. Catherine University. He is an original member of the PCORI Ambassador Program, stemming from his role as an inaugural member on PCORI’s Patient Engagement Advisory Panel. During his tenure as an Ambassador, Arthur has served as a merit reviewer, challenge judge, and abstract reviewer. He has also written narratives about PCORI for publications with the American Occupational Therapy Association, submitted presentations for annual scientific meetings, completed presentations for university leadership and local research cooperatives, and met with faculty interested in submitting proposals. Arthur received a Bachelor of Science from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, a Master of Science in Gerontology, a Master of Occupational Therapy from the University of Indianapolis, and a Doctorate in Rehabilitation Science from the University of Florida.

Involvement with PCORI

PCORI Merit Reviewer
Advisory Panel on Patient Engagement

Ambassador Interests

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