SSNP London presents: Brain Injury and OT Study Day, 29/11/2014

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October 25, 2014 by permanentred

SSNP London presents:

Brain Injury and OT Study Day:

29 November 2014

Study day outline:

Mechanisms of brain injury (Speaker TBC- Barts Medical School)

Acute Stages of OT management: PTA, LAS (Karen Hoffman)

Brain injury survivor case study (Jaxx Cave)

Behavioural management (Dr Haydn Tilley)

Cognitive Rehabilitation following TBI (Chantelle Pieterse)

Lunch, refreshments and a study booklet will be provided.

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Date: Saturday, 29 November 2014 Time: 10am – 4pm

Venue: Perrin Lecture Theatre, Blizzard building, Newark Street,

Whitechapel, E1 2ET (behind Royal London Hospital)

Nearest Tube: Whitechapel

Cost: £40 (SSNP member) £80 (non-member)

Flyer can be downloaded here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/iwyx22tjaaos84r/November%20study%20day.doc?dl=0

Booking procedure:

1) Complete enclosed application form:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/49r890ilf5b1p8w/Application%20form%20November%20study%20day.doc?dl=0

2) Send completed application form along with a postal order or cheque to:

Julie Dunlop, c/o Flat 35 Doneraile House, Ebury Bridge Road, London, SW1W 8SX

3) Cheques/postal orders made payable to: College of Occupational Therapy

4) In order to receive the discounted course fee of £40, your membership number

Please book ASAP to avoid disappointment. There will be 100 places available.

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2 thoughts on “SSNP London presents: Brain Injury and OT Study Day, 29/11/2014

  1. Elinor says:

    Hi, will we receive confirmation that we have a place?

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