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.
Would you like a source and outlet for debate and research about OT Education?
An international group of OT Educators are working to establish the Journal of Occupational Therapy Education. Contact us if you would also like to be involved.
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.
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Forensic occupational therapy in Europe: Occupational therapists perspectives and the evidence applied in practice
This research is part of a Europe-wide initiative to develop best practice in forensic psychiatric services. By studying occupational therapists perspectives of their role in forensic services, this research will contribute to guidelines and standards being developed.
Occupational therapists with experience practising occupational therapy in a forensic setting in Europe are invited to take part in a short online survey.
- The online survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes
- It can be done from a location of your choice
- Participation in this research study is voluntary
- Your responses will be treated and kept in a confidential manner
By taking part you will be contributing to development of an evidence base for occupational therapy in forensic settings and undertaking continuing professional development (CPD).
For more details and to take part, click here:
In order to participate, you may either:
If you have any questions or require more information about this study, please contact the researcher using the contact details below.
Caty Connell, MCOT MCOTSSMH MSc BSc(Hons)
Specialist Forensic Occupational Therapist
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust