Become a Member
Who can be an ENOTHE member?
Universities / Institutions with an Occupational Therapy programme
Organisations related with Occupational Therapy
Individuals within and/or related with Occupational Therapy
What types of ENOTHE membership there are?
(These are each subdivided based on World Bank Economic Status of the country: High Income, Upper Middle Income, Lower Middle Income and Low Income. Use the link here to check your country status.)
For every ENOTHE Ordinary or Contributing member institution, an ENOTHE representative must be appointed.
The ENOTHE representative has the honour to be the gateway between the member institution and the ENOTHE community.
This means that he/she has the position to create opportunities for students and staff to contribute to and benefit from international and intercultural exchange within occupational therapy education. Below we describe the expectations towards our main contact.
- Be the ENOTHE ambassador within and outside your department
- Share and spread ENOTHE activities and communications among staff and students
- Share with ENOTHE interesting developments within your department by contributing to the newsletter (e.g. miniSPOT, projects, grant applications)
- Support the annually membership fee procedure until completion
- Forward any changes in contact details to email@example.com
- Inform yourself on spread General Assembly documents
- Be present at the General Assembly for participation and voting (or ensure proxy-voting)
- Support students and staff colleagues in submitting abstract for the annual meetings in collaboration with your colleagues
- Facilitating and enabling students in participating in the annual meetings (e.g. funding, accreditation, time)
- Facilitating and supporting the creation of miniSPOTs to increase internationalisation at your university. Consult the ‘MINI SPOT GUIDE‘.
The ENOTHE Board, office and community hopes to meet you soon!