All About… All About Occupation

The University of Brighton Occupational Therapy Team welcome you to All About Occupation – a seminar series established by Dr Rebecca (Bex) Twinley with support from Luci Carnall-Moore and now convened by our lovely team of occupational therapy students and staff.

We aim to bring you these FREE seminars in the All About Occupation series to feature speakers who have kindly given their time to present and share on a range of topics, but all as individuals who understand people as occupational beings. This therefore will include those who explore or promote people’s engagement in activities, the meaning of this, the relationship between occupation, equality, health, justice, well-being, and identity, as well as those chartering the less known, under-acknowledged, complex aspects of occupations.

It is our hope and intention that engaging in the series will optimise opportunities for local, national, and international networking within occupational therapy, occupational science, and amongst other related disciplines, including anthropology, biomedical engineering, counselling, criminology, human geography, nursing, psychology, neuroscience, physiology, preventive medicine, rehabilitation science, sociology, gerontology, and public health.

Important to us, everyone is welcome:

Brighton staff, students, prospective students, our global colleagues in all settings (including students and staff from other HEIs), and the public.