When does routine work activity become Continuing Professional Development? Date: 02/02/2016 Host: @trammcpd Blog Post – Transcript
This weeks Rachel @OT_rach from OTalk is hosting the chat this is what she has to say, I have recently listened to an audiobook call ‘Period Power’ by Melissa Hill. The introduction starts with the following. ‘In my profession as a woman’s health specialist I get asked a lot of questions, questions that my clients… Continue reading #OTalk Tuesday 20th August 2019. Do Occupational Therapist routinely assess clients menstrual cycle, it’s affect on functioning and ability to manage? engagement in occupations?
This week’s #OTalk is on the topic of using standardised assessments routinely in practice and will be hosted by Dr Alison Laver-Fawcett (@alisonlaverfaw) from York St John University and Professor Diane Cox (@dianecox61) in the UK. Here’s what Alison and Diane had to say: In the early 1990s, as part of her PhD studies, Alison… Continue reading #OTalk – 21st May 2019 – Why aren’t all occupational therapists using standardised assessments routinely in practice?
November’s #OTalk Research is exploring Routine evaluation in practice – How can it contribute to relevant research and enquiry? It is being hosted by Duncan Pentland (@DuncsOT) and supported by Jenny Preston (@preston_jenny).
This weeks #Otalk is on the topic of “What are the considerations for occupational therapists in practice with regards to paid work for individuals with a learning disability?” and will be hosted by Erin Rolfe (@Erinnnnn14).