Dr Duncan Pentland led the extensive research carried out by the research team at Queen Margaret University which has resulted in the development of the Occupational therapy and complexity: defining and describing practice publication.
As well as delivering an RCOT Insights session on Tuesday 12 June and a plenary speech on Wednesday 13 June, Dr Pentland will be signing a few copies of the publication at Annual Conference which will be available for purchase.
Book signing times on the RCOT stand are as follows:
|Tuesday 12 June:||12.15 – 14.00|
|Wednesday 13 June:||10.40 – 11.10
12.55 – 14.00
Pre-order today and pick up a copy at the RCOT Annual Conference, signed by Dr Duncan Pentland. Or have your copy delivered directly to your home or place of work. Pre-ordering is exclusively available to RCOT members here (you will need to log into your RCOT account).
Completed pre-order forms will need to be received by RCOT by 5pm on Friday 18 May in order for delegates to pick up the publication at conference.
If you miss this deadline Dr Duncan Pentland will be signing a limited number of copies of the publication which will be available for purchase at Conference at the £15 discounted rate.
If purchasing at Conference, please be aware that payment can only be made by cash or cheque.
Occupational therapy and complexity: defining and describing practice 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. The publication is an essential reference point for all occupational therapists and students, and provides useful guidance for all working in partnership with occupational therapy.