Promoted by the Institute of Health and Community, these monthly seminars are open to all and are free to attend.
There is no need to book, just turn up on the day!
Tuesday 9 October: The development of occupational science in Europe - a personal perspective (speaker: Dr Anne Roberts OBE)
Tuesday 6 November (online): Occupational therapy interventions in children and young people's mental health - what is the evidence and what do we do next? (speaker: Dr Rob Brooks)
Tuesday 11 December: Making a home - sustaining a tenancy after using homelessness services (speaker: Dr Leonie Boland)
Tuesday 15 January: The importance of a well-defined intervention (speaker: Dr Joanne Inman)
Tuesday 12 February: A conceptual framework to facilitate return to paid work following an acquired or traumatic brain injury (speaker: Dr Karen Beaulieu)
Tuesday 12 March: Occupational justice and participation - fine motor skills of children in primary school (speaker: Dr Susan Mitchell)
Monday 29 April: An exploration of food-based occupations (speaker: Miranda Cunningham)
Tuesday 14 May: Unfolding occupational therapy: case by case (speaker: Dr Katrina Bannigan)
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