This year ENOTHE were pleased to welcome Associate Professor Sylvie Meyer from University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland who delivered the prestigious Hanneke van Bruggen Lecture, to a very large audience. Sylvie’s lecture was entitled ‘In pursuit of the professionalization of occupational therapy’.
You can view English and French versions of the lecture here:
To read more about the recent Joint Congress click here.
The final version of the ENOTHE Strategy 2016 – 2020 is now available under ENOTHE Documents.
This reflects the networks desire to be mindful of European policy and the need to be more strategic and proactive in addressing health, social and educational issues across the European region.
This strategy document will enable members to participate in discussions and development of yearly action plans for the strategic period.
– Click here to view
It is most unfortunate for the profession of OT in India that the Occupational Therapists remain unregulated, which has contributed to the deplorable state of the profession.
Kindly go through this link and sign the petition to support AIOTA.
Occupational Therapy: Across the Parkinson’s Disease Continuum
This course was developed by the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation in collaboration with the American Occupational Therapy Association.
This online course was designed by expert occupational therapy practitioners in the field of Parkinson’s to help their colleagues to ensure best practice care for people living with the disease.
The course provides practical, evidence-based knowledge across the continuum of Parkinson’s care (from diagnosis to advanced PD) to help occupational therapists evaluate and treat individuals in all settings — including in home care, community rehabilitation and long-term care practice settings.
Participants will be able watch each of the four courses separately or all at once.
The European Commission has put together an overview of eHealth studies. Reports include areas that cover; impact, legal framework, good practice and more.
The reports highlight the development of eHealth in its many facets and provides a great background to the recent project proposal led by the Technical University of Delft on developing internet based technology that can be used within OT education, OT practice and research which was mentioned in our March Newsletter.