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Spring Occupational Therapy newsletter

Read the spring edition of our Occupational Therapy newsletter here.  

OT spring news

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My experience as an Occupational therapy (Pre-registration) MSc student

If you want to know what its like studying Occupational Therapy at Brighton, Kevin Prince Stephen is one of our Occupational Therapy (Pre-registration) MSc graduates, and he has shared his experience with us….. My experience as an MSc Occupational therapy student ‘Going to university is always a nerve-wrecking experience, regardless of it being your first…

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Women of impact: OT graduate commuting into success

Occupational Therapy (pre-reg) MSc graduate Lucy Russell is savouring success after she wrote a comedy play while commuting from her London home to the University’s campus in Eastbourne. Read the full story here.

Enter the Cosyfeet Occupational Therapy Award 2018 to win £1000

Entries are now invited for the Cosyfeet Occupational Therapy Award 2018. This £1000 award is open to qualified OTs or OT students planning to undertake voluntary work, a work placement or research, either in the UK or abroad. The winner’s application should demonstrate that their chosen project will develop their professional knowledge and skills while…

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There’s more to job hunting than meets the eye

Looking for work says more about you than you think, according to research by one of our postgraduate OT students. Marna de Bruyn’s research revealed how the process is full of challenges related to the job seeker’s identity and to navigating institutions. Marna’s research for her MSc Occupational Therapy degree, has been published in the Journal…

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Student successes

A Santander ‘Volunteering and Community Engagement Award’ and £500 were given to Physiotherapy student LUKE MORRISON, now in his third year. The award was for Luke’s volunteering as a second year student through active Student in the ‘Gig Buddy’ scheme co-ordinated by the local charity ‘Stay Up Late.’ Luke shared his experiences at an award…

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