The ENOTHE office conducted an Evaluation following the 23rd Annual Meeting 2017. The online Evaluation form was open for one month post the event. Altogether 66 individuals from 300 plus participants responded and submitted feedback, which is the average number for ENOTHE Annual Meetings.
The Financial Advisory Reference Group (FARG) role involves being responsible to the ENOTHE Board to provide scrutiny and overview of how ENOTHE financial business is conducted on behalf of the members of ENOTHE.
At the end of 2017 Annual Meeting we introduced the hosts of the 2018 Annual Meeting, Escola Superior de Saúde do Alcoitão, Portugal.
Looking back on the 23rd Annual Meeting in Zagreb, by Soemitro Poerbodipoero.
“The welcoming of the team in Croatia as well as the engagement of the entire ENOTHE board and office were great. The keynotes and the workshop were very interesting as well. Thanks for such an event with very high quality”.
“I really enjoyed the wide perspective of the presentations”.
“Structure and balance of the content of the days were good”.
“Fantastic annual meeting, I enrich my work as a lecturer”.
“Students got their podium with SPOTeurope”.
“Really nice meeting, first time as a student but it was great”.
“The Food was sooooo good!”.
To good to be true?
In the last 12 months the third ‘leg’ of OT-Europe, with the support of ENOTHE and COTEC has made big progress. During the year a standing ROTOS committee was established:
[ezcol_2third]Standing Committee Members
Chair: Esther Steultjens, The Netherlands
Vice-Chair: Allison Laver-Fawcett, UK
Members: Niall Turner, Ireland – to lead on funding
Panagiotis Siaperas, Greece (ENOTHE representative)
Anne Lawson-Porter, UK (COTEC representative – until September 2017)
Naomi Hankinson, UK (COTEC representative – from October 2017).
The ROTOS Standing Committee had the first face to face meeting in London on June 2017 and the second will be on January 2018.
During the Annual Meeting Yara Peterko kindly stepped in to share her knowledge about the WFOT Minimum Standards of Occupational Therapy Education.