An OT’s experience of leading change to relax precautions for elective THR’s - Tips, Tears & Team work! - COTSSTO
2014 Advancing Healthcare awards - Recognising the achievements of AHPs
Induction for the British Association and College of Occupational Therapists Professional Networks - Belfast
BA COT Northern Ireland Newsletter Issue 94 - 18 December 2014
Become an active member of your regional group.
With CPD opportunities and events, the chance to meet other OTs and to learn about what’s happening near you, there's never been a better time to get active!
BAOT Scottish Western Region Committee meetings
Meeting dates for 2015 are:
Understand and influence your professional body.
Being involved in the Regional Committee, a BAOT local or student group not only enhances your CPD but is also instrumental at helping you understand and influence your professional body and professional issues and can be a springboard to developing your leadership within Occupational Therapy.
Life long grant application - South East Region
London is one of the country's most diverse areas, with several specialist hospitals and a multiplicity of other hospitals and 33 local authorities - we need your help to develop a dynamic regional organisation.
There are vacancies on the regional committee and we also need BAOT local groups and local BAOT/Unison stewards to attend the regional BAOT/Unison stewards' forum.
Contacting the London Regional Committee
Your local and regional BAOT professional network is pivotal to your continuing professional development
When you join BAOT you are instantly a member of your BAOT region based on your home address. Each region is supported by a committee of volunteer members who are nominated annually to support local and regional events, networking groups and activities, sharing of best practice and information to and from the College of Occupational Therapists.