4 OT Groups

Here is a list of current 4 OT Groups:

  1. OT4OT: A group to discuss the use of online technology in occupational therapy, set up by Karen Jacobs on behalf of the OT4OT group
  2. MH4OT: A group for OTs interested in mental health, set up by Brock Cook
  3. ET4OT: A group for OTs interested in education theory, set up by Kirsty Stanley
  4. OS4OT: A group for OTs interested in Occupational Science, set up by Kirsty Stanley
  5. AT4OT: A group for OTs interested in assistive technology, set up by Anita Hamilton
  6. Ergo4OT: A group for OTs interested in ergonomics, set up by Linda Miller and Julie Dorsey
  7. Politics4OT: A group for OTs interested in taking political action and advocacy, set up by Anita Hamilton during World OT Day 2011
  8. ONC4OT: A group for OTs interested in oncology (cancer), set up by Anita Hamilton during World OT Day 2011
  9. Geri4OT: A group for OTs interested in older adults, set up by Chan Vicky
  10. Pain4OT: A group for OTs interested in pain, set up by Bronnie Thompson
  11. Neuro4OT: A group for OTs interested in neurology, set up by Adriansyah Ranggapasha
  12. LD4OT: A group for OTs interested in Learning Disabilites, set up by Andrea Powell
  13. Pedi4OT: A group for OTs interested in paediatrics, set up by Adriansyah Ranggapasha
  14. CPD4OT: A group for OTs interested in CPD, set up by Kirsty Stanley
  15. Humour4OT: A group for Laughter and Fun
  16. Role-emerging4OT: A group for all things non-trad and role emerging in OT
  17. HomeMods4OT: A group for OTs involved in Home Modifications to Network

 

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OT4OT mentioned in Austrailan Journal of Occupational Therapy

OT4OT mentioned in Austrailan Journal of Occupational Therapy

So its just been brought to my attention that the wonderful amazing Merrolee Penman has been quoted in an article in the latest edition of the Australian Journal of Occupational Therapy. The article titled, “‘Leadership through an occupational lens” by Sylvia Rodger from the University of Queensland talks about the revolutionary work that the OT4OT group has started. She is quoted as describing them as, “An enterprising group,” who, “established OT4OT with a Facebook page, a website and a mission to help occupational therapists to utilise the wide range of social networking technology available to them.” Continue reading