Saturday, 9 March 2013

Positive Reception for Polish Occupational Therapists at SHOUT

Thanks to everyone who came to our extra special SHOUT on Wednesday, it was a privilege to learn from our Polish speakers about the similarities and differences of occupational therapy practice and training in Poland. As always, you gave us great feedback about the event! Here are a few of your comments:

"Really informative to see how OT is evolving in Poland"

"It was interesting to learn of the vocational role OT’s take in Poland and the policies hindering the development"

"I enjoyed being able to compare Polish practice to UK practice. Similar therapies used"

"I learnt how OT is taught, differences in EU education, the difference from the UK, and I gained understanding of the transferability and generalisability of research in Poland due to the focus on vocational rehab"

"I am reminded of the importance of keeping learning practical and not getting distracted by theory"

"It is encouraging to see there are emerging roles for us to help deliver standards of practice in other countries"

"The discussion at the end was very interesting and insightful – and it was useful to have Sheffield Hallam tutors there to join in”

"Well done on a good CPD session”

"Thank you for organising this at such short notice”

"It is good to see people dedicated to promoting OT"

And there's more! Don't forget to join us next Wednesday at 6pm for an evening with the incredible Jennifer Creek, speaking about Occupational Therapy Philosophy in the 21st Century - more details to follow, so watch this space... 
In the meantime, you can book your place by emailing 
Look forward to seeing you there!

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