#OTalk is a weekly Twitter chat, designed to enable discussion about occupational therapy and the broader academic discipline of occupational science.
The #OTalk twitter chats take place on Tuesday evenings between 8pm-9pm (UK time) and are suggested and facilitated by members of the #OTalk community (for example Occupational Therapists, students and researchers). Each host produces a blog post to introduce their topic and then leads the chat by using a number of questions on the night to start the discussion. To follow and engage in the discussion, use the hashtag #OTalk on Twitter.
Coming up on #OTalk
- #OTalk – Tuesday 19th October 2021 -Assessing fatigue: capturing what counts?This #OTalk is hosted by Dr Leisle Ezekiel Fatigue is a common and distressing consequence of many neurological conditions and has long been an area of focus in occupational therapy, particularly for therapists working with people with progressive neurological conditions. But it is increasingly evident that fatigue is a significant problem for people living with… Continue reading #OTalk – Tuesday 19th October 2021 -Assessing fatigue: capturing what counts?
- #OTalk -Tuesday 12th October 2021-How do you use social media for learning?This #OTalk is hosted by Kerry Edwards. Social media has become part of our everyday occupations. Originally social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram were set up for people to connect socially with friends and families. This has now evolved and has transformed how we communicate with each other on both personal and professional levels. Communicating on social media as a health care professional… Continue reading #OTalk -Tuesday 12th October 2021-How do you use social media for learning?