Occupational Therapy

5 Top Tips for Disabled Students and Their Educators During Winter Placements

Yes, you gathered all the placement blogs are back on NSTP so I’m on placement again. But, this isn’t just any placement it’s my final placement before I qualify. Scary, but still exciting!! Therefore, I thought I’d write a few tips for disabled students who like me are on placement this winter. I hope that… Continue reading 5 Top Tips for Disabled Students and Their Educators During Winter Placements

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Occupational Therapy

Applying the PEOP Model to Placement as a Disabled Occupational Therapy Student

As a disabled student, I find placement really challenging, and I’ve highlighted this a lot on my blog. There’s a lot of planning that goes on behind the scenes, as every single factor has to be thought about. To give you an idea of what a placement looks like for me, I thought that I… Continue reading Applying the PEOP Model to Placement as a Disabled Occupational Therapy Student

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Occupational Therapy

Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement Round 2?

Hello, and yes, this is what you think it is, 6 months on and we’re discussing the potential of me doing another virtual occupational therapy placement!! Yes, you guessed it this time it is due to the pandemic. Let’s set the scene... I’m due to go on placement in January, and because of the pandemic… Continue reading Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement Round 2?

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Occupational Therapy

The Fear of Not Knowing Where I’ll Be Next Year: OT Week 2020

It’s #OTWeek2020! This is a week where occupational therapist around the country share their stories. This year the theme has promoted why individuals should #ChooseOT. Earlier on in the week, I did a head-to-head with Margaret in which we discussed my journey into occupational therapy and towards the end of the head-to-head, we talked briefly… Continue reading The Fear of Not Knowing Where I’ll Be Next Year: OT Week 2020

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Occupational Therapy

Exploring the Extension from Online Therapies to Online Communities

My virtual placement may have finished but this doesn't mean that I am done raising awareness for online communities and online healthcare. It is great how more and more healthcare services are going online (although many under terrible circumstances). However, we still cannot underestimate the value of online communities therefore, I want to explore how… Continue reading Exploring the Extension from Online Therapies to Online Communities

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Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020

Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020: Final Reflections

Here we are the end of my #VirtualOTPlacement what a journey it has been. I was looking forward to this placement so much and it did not disappoint. I cannot believe this is my last blog of the virtual placement series, however, it certainly will not be my final reflection as I know I will… Continue reading Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020: Final Reflections

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Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020

Online Healthcare: Why Is It Important?

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog about Online Healthcare From Service Users Perspectives, but now we are coming to the end of my placement, so to round it all off, I looked at this from professional perspectives. However, placement is not finished just yet I have 1 last blog post up my sleeve… Continue reading Online Healthcare: Why Is It Important?

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Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020

10 Top Tips for Completing a #VirtualOTPlacement

With a virtual role-emerging placement being so new to occupational therapy I thought I’d share some top tips that my educator and I think is key in order for you to make the most out of your #VirtualOTPlacement. Plan 6 months before. If this is new to your university then you need to plan at… Continue reading 10 Top Tips for Completing a #VirtualOTPlacement

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Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020

Online Healthcare From Service Users Perspectives

It’s here the blog we’ve all been waiting for… the reasoning behind my #VirtualOTPlacement! So, get a cuppa and be prepared it’s a long one! Even before this pandemic, more and more healthcare services were making their way into the online world with lots of online evaluations being produced. As a result of this feedback,… Continue reading Online Healthcare From Service Users Perspectives

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Virtual Occupational Therapy Placement 2020

Management of a #VirtualOTPlacement Plus Assignments With Cerebral Palsy

Hello and welcome to week 8 I cannot believe we are 3 quarters of the way through, its flying by. Last week marked a year since my supervisor, Margaret and I talked about and explored the potential of this placement and now it's nearly over! I will always look back on all my placements think… Continue reading Management of a #VirtualOTPlacement Plus Assignments With Cerebral Palsy