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Attending a World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress

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Episode Summary

Are you curious to know more about what it is like to attend a world federation of occupational therapists congress? In this episode I bring on two amazing guests, Dr. Emma George, a senior lecturer from the University of Adelaide in Australia and Olga Asrun Stefánsdóttir an adjunct professor from the University of Akureyri in Iceland to share their experiences attending a World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress. We talk about what it’s like to travel to a new country, especially if we haven’t been there before, tips for making the most of the congress, what we’ve learned from attending, and the impact that it has had on us both professionally and personally. We also share some fun stories that we experienced while at a WFOT congress.

Show Notes

Olga, Emma, and Sarah discuss: 

  • A memorable moment from a past congress
  • Traveling to a congress
  • Collaborating with OT practitioners from across the globe
  • What we’ve learned from attending a WFOT congress?
  • Professional and personal impact from attending a WFOT congress 
  • Tips for making the most of the congress
  • Ways to be involved 
  • Things to consider outside of the congress

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Sponsor: World Federation of Occupational Therapists

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