Occupational TherapistS Take Centre Stage
OTs, make sure you take centre stage at the free to attend Occupational Therapy Show where there will be high quality, clinically relevant and cutting edge continuous professional development (CPD) by some of the most respected national and international authorities in the profession.
What you can gain
CPD is a critical part of life long learning, it’s key to continued registration and is highlighted as a significant part of the Standards of Performance and Ethics1, CPD can come in many forms and the Occupational Therapy Show can provide excellent evidence of your ongoing professional development. Meet an exhibitor and see what is new, attend one of their sessions in the showcase and innovation theatres, catch up with like minded colleagues for a coffee and chat or attend one of the amazing seminars.
World renowned speakers
Professor Michael Iwama is travelling from Canada to explain the latest conceptual model of Occupational Therapy (OT), Anne Corbett is going to inform Occupational Therapists working in paediatrics on outcome measures and Katrina Bannigan will highlight existing evidence in mental health, how to the evidence to promote your service and how clinicians can be involved in growing further evidence to emphasise the benefits of OT. Click here to view the full conference programme.
Bringing OTs together
The world is getting smaller, there are 417,2352 Occupational Therapists world wide, and we need to work together, learn together and lobby together to promote our amazing profession. So come and see what Occupational Therapists can do as a profession at the Occupational Therapy Show. I look forward to seeing you all there.
If you have yet to register for the Occupational Therapy show, click here, alternatively call our delegate management team on 0207 348 5776 or 0207 348 1840.
1.Standard of conduct, performance and ethics. HCPC. 2012
2.WFOT The Human Resources Project. 2014 more
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