27th April: “Building resilience for our patients & us: What does this look like?”

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March 16, 2016 by permanentred

The South East Region is hosting a study on the 27th April 2016 on “Building resilience for our patients & us: What does this look like?”. The workshop session will be led by Dr Josh Cameron, Principal Lecturer in Occupational Therapy and Sarah Mead, Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy from Brighton University.

The event is being hosted at COT from 10.00 to 16.00 and the South East Region committee is keen to open up the opportunity to attend to all OTs not limit it to those within the South East. See details attached here:

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5 thoughts on “27th April: “Building resilience for our patients & us: What does this look like?”

  1. David Murtagh says:

    I have emailed about attending this event but have not received a reply as yet.

    • permanentred says:

      Apologies, David; the event is not being run by COT London Region so we can’t give you any further details but I have forwarded your query to one of the members of the COT South East Regional Committee (they are organising the event).

      • permanentred says:

        My contact in the South East Region has an out-of-office reply on til 4th April so I think you might get a quicker response if you use the email address on the flyer again.

      • David says:

        I used the email address on the flyer. I will keep trying. Many thanks for your swift reply

  2. permanentred says:

    I have been reliably informed that this event has been rescheduled to 13th July. Please contact the organisers for further information.

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