Aimed at OTs from a variety of clinical settings who wish to use sensory environments and activity with people with cognitive impairment, this Masterclass will explore theories and neuroanatomy, supported with a review of current...
Whatever your level of skills, we can support your research activity and help you contact other research - interested members. This section provides access to briefings, newsletters and other resources on topics such as funding, research ethics and governance, support for student projects and eHealth. You can find out more about our strategic activity to support the occupational therapy research agenda.
UKOTRF was launched in 2007 with a specific remit to support the future of occupational therapy - your profession - by funding research in priority areas and building research capacity within the membership.
Find out here how you can contribute to the future of UKOTRF, as well as gaining support for research projects and training.