One off Special Event:
Research from Sweden on OT assessment, models and outcomes – what does it mean for practice?
An OT research team from Lund University presents recent findings with particular emphasis on their research within the field of mental health care.
With guest presenters:
Mona Eklund, Carina Tjörnstrand, Elisabeth Argentzell and Jenny Hultqvist
Mona Ekland is currently Professor of Occupational Therapy at Lund University and heads a research network that focuses on daily occupations, health, and well-being in different populations. She has many published articles within Occupational Therapy Journals. See link: http://www.med.lu.se/content/download/67828/501624/file/Publications_120326
Carina Tjörnstrand, doctoral student. "I'm focusing on gaining knowledge about daily occupations for individuals with psychiatric disabilities, teaching in Occupational therapy at Lunds University since Autumn 2002".
Elisabeth Argentzell "My research interest is in mental health and occupational therapy with focus on people with severe mental illness and their experience of meaning and social interactions in everyday occupations. I have been teaching occupational therapy at Lund University since Autumn 2004 and have also been teaching at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia during Spring 2005".
Jenny Hultqvist also based within Lund University with an interest in research and mental health.
Due to the caliber of the speakers, this event is going to be popular and tickets are available on a first come first served basis. Please email……. To ensure that you have reserved your place.
WHEN: TUESDAY 6th MAY
WHERE: ROBERT WINSTON BUILDING room 518
CHARGE: £3 Non BAOT/ £2 BAOT members and students.