WELCOME

 

Welcome to the OT Frontiers website!  

 

OT Frontiers is a network of occupational therapists based in the UK who support the development of occupational therapy in low- and middle-income countries.  We collaborate with our overseas colleagues in projects they undertake.  We strive to understand how as UK occupational therapists we can most appropriately apply our practice in the context of these countries.

 

 

You can also visit our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/OT-Frontiers

LATEST NEWS

 

Occupational Therapy without Borders 04/25/2014

 new edition for 2016 – call for contributors

Funding 04/25/2014

For small Occupational Therapy development projects

New UK Emergency Trauma Register 01/21/2014

 Medical professionals who want to deploy to emergencies will now be able to put their names on the International Emergency Trauma Register (UKIETR).

Joint Study Day 14.04.2012 09/22/2013

 “Collaboration, coordination, communication: Common challenges to effective international working”

 Study day, 14th April 2012, York St. John University.

 Summary

 

 

OT Frontiers Representation at COT Conference was a success! 07/02/2012

Poster Presentation and OT Frontiers member's presentations during the COT Conference International Session on the 14.June 2012 were well received.

 

OT Frontiers Study Day at Northampton University, November 2010 Sharing ideas with other OTs in the UK Joint Study Day with ADAPT & Communication International, April 2012 Fundraising for OT Frontiers OT members raise funds via an Arctic Adventure OT Frontiers in Uganda

CURRENT ACTIVITIES

 

Benefits of Volunteering

You could use this information on the potential benefits of volunteering to present to employers when exploring possibilities for career breaks

 

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Distant Partnerships

 Exchanging clinical experiences and ideas with OTs from low to medium income countries

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Mental Health OT in Uganda

Developing a Mission Statement by and for OTs working in the Mental Health field in Uganda. 

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Occupational Therapy in Swaziland