We promote best practice in occupational therapy for people with rheumatic diseases.

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The College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section - Rheumatology provides a forum for occupational therapy staff that have an interest in services for people with arthritis, musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain.

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Details of research projects relating to Work

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Become a member and keep abreast with the latest developments in vocational rehabilitation

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Membership provides the opportunity for networking with occupational therapists from all over the UK who are involved in all aspects of assisting people back to work or remaining in work.

Useful links and resources for clinical Interest areas

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Supporting people to remain in, return to, or obtain work is a key function of occupational therapy.

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Become a member and enhance your own skills and knowledge and share expertise.

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Membership gives you the opportunity to network with occupational therapists from across the country who share your special interests and common challenges.

Get support from our committee and regional representatives.

Become a member of COTSS - Rheumatology and network with like-minded occupational therapists from across the country who share your interest in rheumatology

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Membership within COT Specialist Section - Rheumatology also gives you opportunities to contribute to practice in rheumatology by sharing developments of your practice.


We are a dedicated Specialist Section of occupational therapy staff that is passionate about older peoples’ independence, well-being and choice.

We provide professional and clinical information on all aspects of occupational therapy practice related to older people. We have a responsibility to keep abreast of relevant professional, practice, policy and legislative developments and issues. Our members include occupational therapy staff from both physical and mental health services for older people.