Annual Meeting

Each year since 1995 ENOTHE has run an Annual Meeting. This has been a time when Professional Occupational Therapists, Academic Occupational Therapists and Student Occupational Therapists can meet and network from across Europe.

Key themes and challenges are presented in keynote talks. The development of Occupational Therapy is discussed throughout. And it is also a great platform for work to presented in Oral Presentations, Workshops and Posters.

This traditionally has been a fantastic opportunity to share work, seek collaborations, raise program profiles and for students a brilliant opportunity as a stepping stones towards scientific conferences.

Is your university/organisation interested in hosting future Annual Meetings?

The ENOTHE meeting is held each year at a different institution in a different European country. It is an opportunity to raise the profile of your Occupational Therapy programme/s at both a local and national level. 

If you are interested you will need authorisation from your head of the institution.

Please complete the bid form to host ENOTHE Annual Meeting and return to info@enothe.eu.

Bid Form (DOC 289.6 kB).
Protocol of the Annual Meeting (PDF 158.4 kB).

Check out where we have been so far…

  2016
COTEC-ENOTHE
Ireland, Galway
2015
Bulgaria, 
Ruse
2014
The Netherlands, 
Nijmegen
 

1995
Denmark,
Copenhagen

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ireland-flag bulgeria-flag netherlands-flag united-kingdom-flag 2013
United Kingdom, 
York
1996 
Spain, Madrid
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lithuania-flag 2012
Lithuania, Vilnius
1997
Germany, Essen
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Belgium, Ghent

1998
United Kingdom, 
York

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sweden-flag 2010
Sweden, Stockholm

1999
Slovenia, Ljubljana

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spain-flag 2009
Spain, A Coruña
2000
France, Paris
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2008
Germany, Berlin

2001
The Netherlands, Rotterdam
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Ireland, Cork
2002
Portugal, Estoril
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Turkey, Ankara 
  2003
Czech Republic, Prague

2004
Greece, Athens

2005
Austria, Vienna