Podcast

THE OT ROUNDTABLE – 132 – What Impact is Isolation Having on People’s Habits, Routines and Health

This episode we are diving into the effects we have been experiencing recently due to the COVID-19 pandemic and “safer-at-home” restrictions. We looked at how it has impacted our habits and routines and also what we can do to adjust to these changes to maintain a sense of positivity and mental wellbeing.

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OCCUPIED PLUS+ CLIP – The Stress-Vulnerability Model

This is a model that I have used for many years with a massive variety of clients, friends, family and myself to help explain how a variety of concepts interrelate and can impact on our ability to cope with life. 

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131 – Political Competency in OT ft Dr Nick Pollard

Dr Nick Pollard is a senior lecturer in occupational therapy at Sheffield Hallam University, teaching occupational therapy students at undergraduate and post graduate level, and course leader of the MSc pre-registration programme. He was previously professional lead in occupational therapy, vocational rehabilitation and dietetics on an interim basis for 23 months, and before that team…

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130 – ALL ABOUT OCCUPATION ft Moses N Ikiugu

Session Details
In this seminar, we will discuss the following:
– The nature of meaningful occupations – The difference between meaningful and psychologically rewarding occupations
– The postulated healing properties of meaningful and psychologically rewarding occupations
– Future research to clarify the nature of meaningful and psychologically rewarding occupations

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129 – The Occupational Narratives Project ft Dr. Gail Whiteford

You know her. You love her. I’m honored to have the phenomenal Professor Gail Whiteford back on the podcast. This time we got to talk about a project thats very close to her heart and we lay out a challenge to you all to get involved!

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128 – THE OT ROUNDTABLE – What are the Occupational Implications of COVID-19?

As occupational therapy practitioners, we know the importance of community; so please reach out and let us know how you are navigating this challenging time. We here at the OT RoundTable want to support you and band together as an OT community.

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127 – Occupied Update

Just a short update about where I’ve been, what I’ve been up to, and what the plan is for 2022!

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125 – ALL ABOUT OCCUPATION ft Dr Paula Kramer

COVID has drastically changed the critically important occupations of many and has enhanced our understanding of occupational disruption experienced by clients with disabilities. Occupational therapists profess to understand disruption, but now have a personal experience of disruption. The pandemic provides a unique perspective on our clients’ experience.

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