OT Show

21st - 22nd 
November 2018 
NEC Birmingham

Terms and conditions

Data Privacy Policy:

  • Details provided to The Occupational Therapy Show for the purpose of registration will be used to ensure that individuals are provided with relevant information relating to the event.
  • Data may be shared with third parties to ensure the provision of services deemed essential. Data shared for this reason will not be used to market any services or products without the consent of the individual
  • Individuals reserve the right to opt-out of communications from The Occupational Therapy Show at any point in time.
  • Attendees to The Occupational Therapy Show will have the option for their badges to be scanned in while visiting theatres, by doing so they are consenting to their registration details being shared with the sponsor of the theatre.
  • By allowing an exhibitor to scan their badge during the event individuals are consenting to their registration details including email being shared with this exhibitors


Admissions Policy:

  • There is strictly no admittance to minors or anyone under-18, as we are not covered by insurance. Please make alternative childcare arrange, there are no crèche facilities at the NEC.
  • We recommend you bring a business card if you don’t register prior to the event.
  • The Occupational Therapy Show reserves the right to reject admission of any individuals who are not deemed to be relevant industry professionals
  • By attending, visitors agree not to take part in any canvassing, leafleting, demonstrations, objectionable behaviour, or any activity which may disrupt the Event. Failure to adhere to this could result in being asked to leave the Event.
  • It is a requirement of entry that all visitors will register in their own name and display a valid visitor badge. Badge holders must not allow their badges to be worn by anyone else. Any failure to do this is likely to lead to the badge holder and the person wearing the badge being removed from the Event.
  • Please note that official photographers will be present at the Conference, the Exhibition and at the social events filming videos, lectures and taking photographs. By attending the Event, visitors consent to such filming and photography and The Occupational Therapy Show is entitled to use all videos and photographs of visitors, for marketing and promotional purposes in all or any media, without compensation or liability.



  • Joanne Fillingham

    Joanne Fillingham

    Clinical Director Allied Health Professions and Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, NHS Improvement
  • Amy Gilder

    Amy Gilder

    Neurological Specialist Occupational Therapist, Hobbs Rehabilitation
  • Michael Iwama

    Michael Iwama

    Professor & Chair, Occupational Therapy, Augusta University
  • Gillian Leng

    Gillian Leng

    Deputy Chief Executive, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
  • Diana Pierags

    Diana Pierags

    Highly Specialist Paediatric Occupational Therapist, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust (London)
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