2014 Advancing Healthcare awards - Recognising the achievements of AHPs

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

SS Rheumatology
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.

Consultation form - Hand and wrist orthotics practice guideline

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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:

Make connections with other OTs.

With many members scattered across a wide and diverse geographical area being a member of the Northern Regional Group provides a valued opportunity to discuss issues that are relevant locally and nationally.

Local groups in Northern and Eastern Scotland

We are a proactive group who are passionate about promoting the profession.

West Midlands BOAT Committee members are a proactive group who are passionate about promoting the profession.

Our lively network of local groups across the region organises CPD events for members.

Local groups in Trent:

If you would like to find out more about local groups in your area, please contact your Regional Committee.

Occupational Therapy Practice Learning Handbook

Being a BAOT Regional Committee member helps you keep in touch with what is going on nationally and locally in occupational therapy. It's a great networking opportunity through which you can meet other OTs from around the region working in a diverse range of roles.


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.

The Northern & Yorkshire Region of BAOT needs your help to ensure the Northern/Yorkshire region continues to flourish.

By joining us you will gain skills to nurture your personal development and future career aspirations as well as meeting other members and expanding your professional and social networks.