OT Show

21st - 22nd 
November 2018 
NEC Birmingham

The Occupational Therapy Show Awards 2017 - OT Professionals

Occupational Therapy Show Awards 2017                                                   OT Coach

The Occupational Therapy Awards Program, in partnership with the OTCoach, is aimed at grass roots OT professionals in the UK, and we are delighted to announce that nominations for the 2017 Awards are now open! 

The awards will celebrate and acknowledge successful individuals and teams within the OT profession.

We are delighted to be able to recognise all sectors of occupational therapy through these awards which are open to any OT professional irrespective of career level.

Jen Gash, from OTCoach, will be chairing the 2017 awards and said “there is so much great work happening out there and many OTs work without due recognition or reward. These new awards are a chance to celebrate the work of OTs".

The winner(s) of each award (not per person) will be awarded £250 cash prize, plus a place on OTCoach’s “Coaching Skills for OTs” online course, worth £120! 

All nominees will receive a special gift from OT Coach! The best selling e-book “Selling OT: from OT idea to value proposition”.

2017 award categories include:

  • Outstanding OTTI/OTA/Service User Contribution Award  
  • Outstanding Occupational Therapist Award
  • Outstanding Occupational Therapy Leadership and Innovation Award

Extended deadline for nomination entry is now closed. All nominees will be contacted to attend the awards ceremony on Wednesday 22nd November, 17:00 at the Networking Lounge, Hall 9, NEC, Birmingham.

Delegate Awards

Outstanding OTTI/OTA/Service User Contribution Award

We are looking for an outstanding support worker who makes a significant contribution within the occupational therapy domain. This could be an Occupational Therapy (OT) Assistant, OT Technical Instructor (OTTI), but also perhaps a service user who contributes to the OT service some how. The nominee can work in any sector of the profession.

Extended deadline for nomination entry is now closed. All nominees will be contacted to attend the awards ceremony on Wednesday 22nd November, 17:00 at the Networking Lounge, Hall 9, NEC, Birmingham.

Outstanding Occupational Therapist Award

We are looking for an Occupational Therapist who is making a significant contribution to Occupational Therapy in the UK. Entries from all grades are welcome, with this award focusing on grass-roots, client facing practice. This award could be in recognition of a long contribution or a specific contribution in recent times. The nominee can work in any sector of the profession including statutory services, private practice or a role emergent area. 

Extended deadline for nomination entry is now closed. All nominees will be contacted to attend the awards ceremony on Wednesday 22nd November, 17:00 at the Networking Lounge, Hall 9, NEC, Birmingham.

Outstanding Occupational Therapy Leadership and Innovation Award

We are looking for an outstanding Occupational Therapy professional who is making a significant contribution to OT leadership or innovation in the UK. This could be a career long contribution or a specific contribution in recent times. Please  note that the term leadership is not solely defined in the context of statutory organisations such as the NHS/Social Services – leaders are present in all areas of OT practice, in both traditional and emerging sectors. In terms of innovation, we envisage this to include someone who is a leading light and breaking new ground in their work. This may refer to developing a new area of practice, an emerging area of OT, the international arena, patient/service-user involvement, or perhaps innovation in education.  

Extended deadline for nomination entry is now closed. All nominees will be contacted to attend the awards ceremony on Wednesday 22nd November, 17:00 at the Networking Lounge, Hall 9, NEC, Birmingham.

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 OT Magazine

TERMS & CONDITIONS

Nominees of each award are requested to attend The Occupational Therapy Show, nominees will be informed at least four weeks prior to the show opening.

After the prize has been awarded, winners must be provide one or two paragraphs on how it was used, then send to the organisers of The Occupational Therapy Show, highlighting the learning outcomes.

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2017 SPEAKERS

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  • 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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