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Erin R Apr 9
Hey 👋 it’s been a while (I’ve been a tired OT 😴) Thinking of putting in a hosting topic soon. Moving into a post on acute MH forensic inpatient ward next week from forensic LD and looking to share best practice around independent living skills/self care
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Minh Tran Apr 9
I want to host but can never commit to a date as always feel like I need to know a topic inside out before I host
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Naomi OT Apr 10
After lots of thought, discussion w/ some wonderful & a very helpful I’ve decided to start a about , & ! Any advice & guidance would be gratefully received! Any ideas for a title?? 💚
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Elizabeth Apr 9
A list of potential topics could be helpful, and easier to then volunteer for if you have certainty that interest in the subject is there; and a possible co-host to pair up with too
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Minh Tran Apr 9
Q3 yes! I’m hoping that RCOT work specialist will host a chat to talk about the OT led GP clinic project. I’ve already asked them but would be great if you could too. Would love to hear how they are getting on
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OTalk Apr 9
Well that is the 'official' hour up already! Do keep chatting and applying to host! Also tag us if you have a topic you would like to co-host on... I have started a list! thats for all your ideas we are truly a wonderful
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Zaytun Jan 29
Replying to @emmaspellmanOT
Through supervision whilst on placement. Being able to identify learning needs and discussing with my Educator. This has been a very useful way to improve and gain confidence as a student, whilst being quite nervous about being qualified
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Shape Adaptations Apr 10
What a fantastic job we finished in Northumberland, we created a room & installed a . Great product, looks fantastic.
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James Lampert Apr 8
Occupational Therapist job! Up to £37,500 Band 7 equivalent Specialist in Technology Enabled Care Please RT (do contact me for more details)
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Zaytun Jan 29
Loving the advice on . Currently, on placement and have begun applying for jobs, the thought of being a qualified OT is making me anxious. What a great time to tune into the conversation
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carol duff Mar 12
we need to find creative ways of using a persons narrative to influence commissioners - people’s story’s are so powerful but not given enough credit
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LisOT Apr 2
I've been qualified only around 2 years - found it so valuable to have research as part of the curriculum. Loved it and showed how not scary and easy research is! Can't wait to start more research in a clinical setting
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Otalk Mar 18
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Hannah Kay Jan 29
I start work next week and my supervisor has organised the first three weeks for me which personally for me is such a relief and feels very supportive. I’ve got forensic induction, group observations, kitchen inductions and then an induction into my new ward etc.
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MOTION Research Mar 1
5th March regarding mixed methods research in occupational therapy u join the conversation?
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Vicki Malcolm Feb 19
Replying to @alisonlaverfaw @OTalk_
Something which is both an assessment and an intervention, by encouraging a client to reflect on their skills and motivation with a growth mindset. Personal fave is OCAIRS
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Mandy Graham Apr 2
Replying to @dr_robbrooks @OTalk_
I think new graduates can be great advocates in making research seem less scary! New grads can help up skill OT’s who perhaps didn’t do any primary research when they trained. Fly the flag for the importance of making research part & parcel of everyday practice!
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Langham Apr 18
For more information on our range of outdoor steps including the Derby Half step (in both regular or yellow) please contact us enquiries@gordonellis.co.uk
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#Hellomynameis Sarah Apr 3
Replying to @kerry_laurie @theRCOT
I would say definitely! I attended my first conference as a 1st yr student. I learnt so much that helped me not only with uni assignments, it also opened my eyes to the huge career variety available once i qualified & met people who have supported me
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Emma Hall Mar 12
Time has flown! For our final question, Q5.. How can we demonstrate that occupational therapy outcomes contribute to service objectives?
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