Bulgaria ’15

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Between the 22nd-24th of October,¬†Academics, Students and Professionals met at¬†the University of Ruse ‚ÄúAngel Kanchev‚ÄĚ in Bulgaria

For our 21st ENOTHE Annual Meeting

The EU theme of 2015 was:
– European Year for Development

As always along with the workshops, presentations and poster sessions there was also time for social activities and networking


JIP: International collaboration on student and research projects related to health-promotion, salutogenesis, and self-management

Addressing inequalities by strategic reasoning in occupational therapy towards inclusive development

Citizenship and professional development: alternative perspectives to client-centred practice

A discussion on trends in modern healthcare and how to prepare OT-Students

Role-emerging occupational therapy placements in the Netherlands

Innovation, Interdisciplinary and teaching for the future

Project group Masters 2

Sustainable projects: Challenges for the visitor! Partners in learning; Nepal and Bali

Breaking the glass ceiling- Empowering OT’s to promote their academic career- Summary

Retaining and motivating male students in occupational therapy education

Creativity, Learning & 21st Century Skills[/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third]Presentations

Adopting occupational justice framework to transform communities

Talents United: A self-esteem building program with socially disadvantaged children

Community Gardening for Refugees: Organizing Volunteer Support in Hildesheim (Germany)

Innovation through Collaboration

How collaboration between students, teachers, actors and experts improves education

Face Validity and Clinical Utility of the Activity Card Sort- United Kingdom

The 21st century skills occupational therapy students learned on an international and interprofessional mental health course

Empowering underprivileged parents in the inclusion, development and rehabilitation of their child

Fighting for occupational justice- a community development approach targeting multi-cultural populations[/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third_end]

Occupational Therapy and European Social Reform; complacent or contributing

Project-Based Learning and Community Development

Activity Card Sort NL 2.0: Future proof development of an instrument measuring participation in activities

Active Ageing in community dwelling elderly: The Link between Mobility and Activities of Daily Living

When the batteries are flat; patients’ experiences with burnout

The multiple dimensions of the phenomenon of suicide

Goodbye Stress

A students perspective: From student’s behaviour to professional behaviour

How occupational therapists and the fire service can work together to prevent fire related injury and death

The necessity of using theoretical conceptual practice models of occupational therapy in Greece: a case study of a citizen with dementia[/ezcol_1third_end]

Kaneff Centre
“Angel Kanchev”
University of Ruse
8 Studentska Street 
7017 Ruse
www.uni-ruse.bg[/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_3quarter_end]



[/ezcol_2third][ezcol_1third_end]‘Angel Kanchev’ Information

Culture & History of Ruse

Information on Ruse

Meeting Programme

Book of Abstracts

Certificate from
Ruse District Governor[/ezcol_1third_end]

Speakers from the 2015 Programme

Welcome Addresses

ENOTHE also had a number of experts in their fields and highly regarded figures from Europe presenting

Keynote Addresses

 Iva Boneva
Director of the Centre for Inclusive Education in Bulgaria[/ezcol_1third][ezcol_1third]Giedré
Giedre Kaviauskiene
President of Lithuanian Association of Occupational Therapists[/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third_end]Daniel
Daniel Bratanov
Associate Professor, Ruse University[/ezcol_1third_end]

Delivering the 2015 Hanneke van Bruggen Lecture


Silvia Martins

Specialist Professor in Occupational Therapy 
Escola Superior de Saude do Alcoitao, Portugal
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