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Shelagh Morris Jun 18
Winner best poster award
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Kelly Jun 24
A week after , I'm eating breakfast on holiday, still typing away little reminders and reflections. Looking at the amount I've written, you'd think I'd been at conference for a week! I can't explain how beneficial the experience has been!
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Chelsey Jun 18
Overheard security lady at RCOT conference saying “they’re a lovely bunch. Polite and do what they are asked.” And I would agree, OT’s are great
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Emma Warburton Jun 18
Could not be happier that my poster has been awarded highly commended at ! 😀🎉
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Julia Scott Jun 18
Occupational Therapists engaging in an occupation known aa "lunch"!
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Lauren Walker Jun 19
Do any other attendees feel like they've been hit by a truck today?! I'm shattered! Well done for organising such a fabulous showcase of our wonderful profession. Thanks to all the inspirational speakers who shared their expertise and passion so generously. 💚
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Lara Cowpe Jun 18
Research is and should be seen as core to occupational therapy practice. Let's work together and support one another in our research endeavours, whatever they may be, to demonstrate the value of and benefit our patients
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RCOT Welsh Policy Jun 18
Lovely too see and meet most of the Welsh based Occupational therapists that attended this year. Really sorry if I miss anyone but enjoyed seeing all of your tweets. Here's too a fantastic next 12 months of working together for the future of the profession in Wales
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Thérèse Lebedis Jun 18
Lovely welcome to the closing plenary at conference. Singing 4 Breathing
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Bethan Collins Jun 18
One tired dog on his way home from . Zorro would like to thank everyone for all the petting he enjoyed.
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Dr Stephanie Tempest Jun 18
Home from ... slippers on ✅ & cuppa made ✅ Two excellent days discussing early career support in social care; Enhanced, Advanced & Consultant levels of practice; communities for learning & Thank you to everyone who took time to share their thoughts with me
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Kathryn Jarvis Jun 18
Top tips for getting involved in research.
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Theresa Baxter Jun 18
apprenticeships, great example of collaborative working between HEIs and practice in developing a new route into OT
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Prof Diane Cox Jun 18
An amazing few days at so many thoughts running through my head, of conversations and questions.........looking forward to being chair of council
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Prof Diane Cox Jun 18
Fantastic twitter activity for lots of activity from occupational therapists following at a distance too
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QMU Occupational Therapy Jun 18
Looks like our MScOT pre reg 🇨🇦 students are making the most of !
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Anita Cooper Jun 18
Great to have opportunity to share more about Degree Apprenticeship at with
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Miriam Noonan Jun 18
Homeward bound after a fantastic two days at . Thank you to for supporting my poster on our role with unpaid carers in heart failure. Great chats had, fantastic presentations attended,put faces to Twitter friends&lots learned! Now 😴
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Dr Lisa Dibsdall Jun 17
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Professional Adviser Sally Jun 18
Positioning occupational performance as 'doing what matters to you' - helpful way of communicating the concept to social prescribers & others who aren't
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