2nd National Conference for Occupational Therapists Working in Diverse Settings

The second National Conference for Occupational Therapists Working in Diverse Settings will take place on 6th September 2017.

Following last year’s successful event we are delighted to be hosting the 2nd conference for occupational therapists working in diverse settings. Based on feedback from last year we have planned the day to share more examples from occupational therapists working in a range of exciting practice settings and provide time for more networking and sharing of ideas.

Date: Wednesday 6th September 2017.

Time: Coffee and networking from 9am and conference due to start 9.45-4.30pm

Venue: School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton, Eastbourne Robert Dodd campus, 49 Darley Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 7UR.

Keynote speaker: Dr Jennifer Creek: Skills for a diverse practice of occupational therapy.

The day will include opportunities for networking, presentations from occupational therapists working in a range of diverse practice settings, and a workshop on the new Career Development Framework with Dr Stephanie Tempest, Education Manager for Professional Development, College of Occupational Therapists.

Cost: We wish to keep the cost of the conference low again this year but would invite people to select the price that best reflects their employment earnings.

  • £35 for those earning less than £20,000 and anyone who is presenting at the conference.
  • £50 for those earning in range of £20-30,000
  • £75 for academics attending on behalf of their University

Book your place early to avoid disappointment.

For further information please contact Channine Clarke, c.clarke@brighton.ac.uk / 01273 643771.

 

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