Occupational therapy and complexity: defining and describing practice

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The Occupational therapy and complexity: defining and describing practice publication is a product of extensive research carried out by the research team at Queen Margaret University, led by Dr Duncan Pentland – one of the plenary speakers at #RCOT2018.

The publication describes and defines contemporary occupational therapy, and explores, expands and illustrates the unique complexity of the profession. It is clearly based upon, but goes beyond, previous work in this area and sets this within contemporary health and social care contexts.

Launching at Annual Conference, Occupational therapy and complexity: defining and describing practice is an essential reference point for all occupational therapists and students, and provides useful guidance for all working in partnership with occupational therapy.

Dr Duncan Pentland will be talking about the research and the resulting publication in his RCOT Insights session on Tuesday 12th June and Plenary speech on Wednesday 13th June. He will be signing copies on both days on the RCOT stand at conference

Register your interest in receiving a copy of Occupational therapy and complexity: defining and describing practice by emailing [email protected] with your name and email address. You will be sent a message when pre-ordering is available.

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