Board Games

Guidance for Contributors

First of all, thank you for your interest in this project. I hope that, together, we can pull together a really useful resource for occupational therapists who want to use board games in their practice. Please see the information below for suggestions of what to include in your guest post. Click here for an example.… Continue reading Guidance for Contributors

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CPD Portfolio of an Occupational Therapy Geek

It’s that time in the life cycle of an occupational therapist, where reminders to renew HCPC registration go out and people start anxiously checking their mailbox for a “CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE BEEN RANDOMLY SELECTED FOR AUDIT” letter. And it’s now that people inevitably start thinking more about their continuing professional development (CPD) portfolios - how… Continue reading CPD Portfolio of an Occupational Therapy Geek

Transition

The Roller-Coaster Continues: from Acute to Eating Disorders

This week marks the end of my first year as an occupational therapist, and with it, the end of my first (temporary) post. I've enjoyed working in adult acute inpatient mental health, particularly the flexibility that the role affords. Being ward-based has allowed me to work very closely with the multidisciplinary team, constantly re-evaluating my… Continue reading The Roller-Coaster Continues: from Acute to Eating Disorders

Transition

Emerging 2 OT: The Journey So Far

I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to share my experiences at the Emerging 2 OT student conference, organised by Michelle Perryman (@Symbolic_Life) and her fantastic team. Live tweets from the day have been compiled in a GrabChat, and analytics are available on Symplur for those ultra-geeks out there (it's okay, you can click… Continue reading Emerging 2 OT: The Journey So Far