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Beverley Goodman Sep 19
10 weeks of placement down, 38 weeks pregnant, and I’ve officially done everything I need to do to qualify as an ! Couldn’t have got here without the incredible support of the hand therapy team ⁦⁩ + ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Emma Robinson Sep 16
Back to using twitter and enjoying some much needed reflective time 2 weeks into working as a qualified Huge leap from placement to work, I’ve found realistic self-expectations are so important. what are other newly qualified’s thoughts on the transition?
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Sara Rogers Sep 16
I am very excited to be starting my first job as an tomorrow. A very small part of me is nervous but the excitement to begin a career that can help to shape the lives of others is my primary emotion! 😃
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Kelsey Bentley Sep 16
Ready for ! Feeling alot of pressure and nerves building up tonight for the year ahead and especially for first day of my final placement tomorrow!📚 Trying to keep the end goal in focus that this time next year I will hopefully be a qualified ! 💚
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Emma Robinson Sep 21
Happy Friday 🎉 Proud of great supervision feedback & pitching my service improvement idea to the service manager today 😄 what are you proud of this week? It’s tough starting out, but don’t forget to celebrate your
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Hannah Rogers Sep 21
Received this in the post today 😁 and HCPC application also sent off. Looking forward to starting my first job on Monday!
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Anna Burrows Sep 16
6 weeks into my first OT job! Can’t believe it! Feels like it’s going quickly. Learning lots about medicine and surgery plus I have a super supportive team making my job something I look forward to doing!
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Solei OT 🌻 Sep 17
Enjoyed meeting lots of new people on my first day of Trust induction. Warm welcome plus lots of useful information to take on board. Excited to meet the team I will be working with on Wednesday afternoon! 😁
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Dr Jenny Preston MBE 5h
What an incredible profession we have. Just love being an
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Jamie Cardell Sep 22
I can’t believe after 3 years I’m graduating today. Congratulations to all my peers, we’ve worked so hard to get here, let the celebrations commence!
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Bethan Mair Edwards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🇪🇺 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 21
Fab day in work yesterday getting input from colleagues on the logic model for our research intervention! Poppy has now decided that she wants to give her input by wearing one of the spare logic models (on a flip chart) 🤣🤣🤣
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Lois Connelly Sep 14
Just found out I am in inpatient oncology for my second placement - woo! Does anyone have any advice or information, please? ☺️
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Annie Walker Sep 17
New name, new student badge. Final year of being a ! I still feel like I’m a second year, it really hasn’t sunk in that I’m less than a year I’ll be a qualified !
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Ells Hughes Sep 19
3 years ago I was settling in to and 3 years later I am now fully qualified working in 💚
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RCOT CYPF 2h
RT : Sounds very interesting but it would have been great to have an on the panel too
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Saffron Immigration 10h
Hello Immediate Requirement of "Occupational Therapist" for Abu Dhabi..Please send your number / mail id for details.
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TheraTree Sep 22
The Occupational Therapy Association awarded TheraTree Owner, Jessica Hatfield, Outstanding of the year for her work in Professional Contributions, Professional Growth, TheraTree’s Service to in and Service!
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Professional Adviser Sally Sep 17
If you are a children's & have ever moaned about the lack of evidence to support your practice, now us the time to do something about it! Great research grant opportunity from
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Frontline National 3h
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OSOT Sep 17
Some of the city’s most popular cultural attractions are assisting those on the spectrum by adopting sensory-friendly policies & programming, spearheaded in part by Roger Ideishi. A good reminder of how influential we can be!
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