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Chloe Dickson Aug 17
Does anybody have any interview tips for a newly qualified OT?
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Kay Aug 14
Replying to @PeteThomond
Glen, I was going to post a similar reply! I applied through clearing for and it has so far been a rewarding, flexible and varied career for 25 years.
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Hayley Niner Aug 20
Back to work tomorrow after two weeks off. This quote sums up my job. Looking forward to getting back to my team, patients, routine but not the road closures!
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ot4lyfe 10h
Laura loves talking systems to help therapists & business owners optimize their practice & take their OT business to the next level. 🎧🎧
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Jo Gaffney Aug 20
I've just added colour analysis to my profile. Am now offering image consultancy as well as occupational coaching and work wellbeing.
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Occupational Therapy at University of Cumbria Aug 20
Great last session with 2nd Year ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ MSc students! Good luck everyone, enjoy your jobs
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Susan H. Lin, ScD Aug 19
Shallcross on app: “There's a sensory section, which allows users to set their sensitivity as ‘under-sensitive’, ‘average’ or ‘over-sensitive’ for the different senses. Users can add as many other sections as they want.”
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Ravindra 13h
Include occupational therapy in clinical establishment bill.
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Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy 3h
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UniofNorthamptonNews Aug 20
took a month out after finishing her degree to in . She returned with some extra skills to use in her new job. Find out what she got up to:
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Taru Thakur 14h
Occupational therapy help people to become functional. It is a profession which needs attention. Include it in clinical establishment bill for it to help people.
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Faye Aug 13
Good luck to all getting A Level results 🗓 I thought i had it all worked out but last min I changed my mind 😰 cancelled my place at uni & took a year out. I worked, made some fab friends, met & found OT!💚
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Bartley Rock Aug 15
Also took advantage of a pathway meeting to brief on things OT can do besides a 'functional assessment'. They now want an education session on it 🙂 Which is good, but also shows how little known our full skill set and range of practice is
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Jessica Millington Aug 15
Everyone who has received results today and hasn't decided on a career path, have you thought of ? If you have an interest in supporting people whose health prevents them doing the activities that matter to them, this may be the career for you 💚
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Vicky Swift Aug 19
Great to come back from a lovely week in Spain to a letter confirming I’m finally registered to practice 😀
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Ujjawal Kumar dubey 13h
Occupational therapy is an important profession to manage varieties of neurodevelopmental issues. Please include occupational therapy in clinical establishment act.
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Taru Thakur 13h
Occupational therapist have never got their identity. The reason professionals leave their country. Include the profession in the bill. Let the country benefit from them.
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Freya Sledding Aug 15
It’s 28 yrs since my A-level results when it was confirmed that I’d go 2 Newcastle to study . Best decision I’ve made . 4you that have secured a Well done 👍 Urge others to go through to secure a course and lifelong satisfying career
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Eeti Prakash 13h
Biggest hope for autism Occupational therapy save OT save a hig chinl of population..
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Debra Hughes 15h
Very strange seeing my name on the register!!! Now to get organised for up and coming interviews
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