25th ENOTHE Annual Meeting 2019
The 25th ENOTHE Annual Meeting will take place on 17 – 19 October 2019, hosted by the Department of Occupational Therapy, Metropolitan College, Athens, Greece.
The Metropolitan College, BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy, in collaboration with Queen Margaret University in Scotland is the first university programme in Occupational Therapy offered in Greece and is approved by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists -WFOT.
THEME 1: Sustainability in OT EDUCATION
Abstracts that present or discuss educational methods, issues and processes related to OT education that develops closely together new ways of improving student engagement and sustainable learning.
• Digital Education and Health (e-learning, blended learning, e-communication, and innovative technologies)
• Knowledge Assurance (assessments)
• Student mentoring & coaching
• Living labs
• Inter professional Education
• Development of international and intercultural competence
• Research Education and Occupational Science
• Education for Research (at different cycles-1st, 2nd and 3rd )
• Curriculum development and ENOTHE Academy (teaching the teachers)
• Quality assurance of Practice placement & Service Learning
• Capacity development: ENOTHE Academy. Teachers’ further education: what is needed for the future to manage the challenges and to create sustainable education?
• Educational Scholarship
THEME 2: Sustainable and innovative matters in the Curriculum. Preparing students for the future.
Abstracts that present or discuss educational methods, issues and processes related to the development of OT curriculum that respond to societal challenges.
• Emerging fields
• Urban Development
• OT and technology
• Community work
• Interprofessional and intercultural
• Humanitarian crisis
• Service level modules
• Displaced people
• People in poverty
• Physical disruption
• Eco disruption and climate change (earthquakes, fires floating etc).
The Hanneke van Bruggen Lecture was created at the 16th Annual ENOTHE 2010 Meeting at Stockholm, Sweden, in honour of Hanneke Van Bruggen then, the outgoing Director of ENOTHE. In creating the Hanneke van Bruggen Lecture, the ENOTHE board wished to recognise and honour Hanneke Van Bruggen for her unending dedication and outstanding work in promoting occupational therapy in Europe and internationally.
The Hanneke van Bruggen Lecture will be held once a year during the ENOTHE Annual Meeting and will be awarded to an Occupational Therapist working in Europe. Other professionals that advocate the Occupational Therapy legacy and values are more than welcome to be invited for this honour. Nominators must be members of ENOTHE.
If you belong to an ENOTHE member institution you are welcome to present a nomination for the Hanneke van Bruggen Lecture.
Closing date for nomination is 13th April 2019 (23:59 GMT).
Nominee and nominators will be informed of the outcome by May 20th 2019 at the latest.
The abstract submission for the 25th ENOTHE Annual Meeting is done through an online platform.
You may submit your abstract here.
Deadline for abstract submission: April 15th, 2019 – (23H59 GMT).
Please note that the information submitted will be the primordial reference for the annual meeting content related documents. It is the author’s responsibility to submit correct information.
ENOTHE strongly advises all interested submitting authors to carefully read the ‘Guide for Authors’. The Guide for Authors can be found on the first page of the submission process and here.
Marketplaces are designated sessions within the framework of the ENOTHE annual meeting aimed at promoting collaboration within and between occupational therapy education, research and organisations. Sessions will be timed to coincide with breaks in the programme so that delegates can visit and engage with presenters on a drop-in basis.
You may fill out your application for a market place here
Deadline: September 30th, 2019 (23:59 GMT)
You will receive confirmation and the decision on market place application, once the deadline period has ended. Any queries, contact email@example.com
The registration fees for 2019 remain competitive and in return offer excellent value for money.
The registration fee for all delegates, (students, teachers, practitioners and researchers) includes: delegate bag, lunches, coffee breaks, access to all presentations and access to all social events.
The fees are each subdivided based on the World Bank Economic Status of the country:
Category by institute/organisation member country economic status Lecturer/academic/researcher Student
High income €350 €150
Upper-middle income €275 €125
Lower-middle income €200 €50
Retired lecturer €200 Non-member €500 €150
To register, please complete the Registration Form here
Deadline for registration: September 30th, 2019 (23:59 GMT)
Terms and Conditions
- If you register for the Annual Meeting you agree to have your photo taken by conference organisers for publicity material.
- You are eligible for a full refund if you cancel your registration by 30 September 2019.
- You are eligible for a 50% refund if you cancel your registration between and including 1 October 2019 to the 11 October 2019.
- You are not eligible for a refund if you cancel registration between and including 12 October to the 16 October 2019.
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Expense Euro (€)
Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 8.00-15.00
Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 30.00-50.00
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) 3.00-5.00
Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 3.00-5.00
Cappuccino (regular) 2.00-4.00
Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) 1.00-2.50
Water (0.33 liter bottle) 0.50-0.50
One-way Ticket (Local Transport) 1.40-1.40
Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) 2.50-3.50