Dear SPOTeurope members, It is our pleasure to send you all an update on the current developments within SPOTeurope as well as mini SPOT’s.
COTEC-ENOTHE 2021 conference 15-18th september The early registration has been postponed until the 31st of May! Have you registered already?! If not, please click this link. If you register before the 31st of May, you pay €150,-* and after this day you pay €175,-* It is good to mention that if you do register before the 31st of May, you need a code from your university. Please ask your supervision teacher for this code. Another good thing to mention is that some universities pay for the registration fee, it is good to verify this with your local university. Besides the registration, a draft version of the programme has been published! You can check this out here. * Costs are for ENOTHE member universities.
On the morning of February 20th members of our SPOT Prague were gathering filled with excitement at the metro station. This day was the day when we had the chance to see the premisses of the modern and newly reconstructed congress centre Cubex, where the COTEC- ENOTHE conference will take place this September.
I am Vanessa the Student Board Member (SBM) of SPOTeurope, a role which enables me to be part of two amazing boards – SPOTeurope and ENOTHE (European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education).
On behalf on the SPOTeurope board I am pleased to give you some updates after the ENOTHE annual meeting.
Last week, the 25th ENOTHE Annual Meeting was held in Athens, Greece. SPOTeurope was honored to be present to represent the european OT students. Next to networking at social events we were hosting a pre-conference workshop, a meet-up, a SPOT forum and gave a brief update about SPOT at the end in a pitch. Besides this we were also present at the student workshop about ‘Stigma’, hosted by the Greek student of AMC Metropolitian College.
In October, Marlies (SPOT President) and I were lucky enough to attend the ENOTHE 2017 Annual Meeting in Zagreb, Croatia. It was a great opportunity to meet students and professionals from across Europe and learn about the different projects people are involved in.
Last fall at enothe 2014 at the HAN university Nijmegen we had two meetings. At these meetings there were students from all over Europe. Our plan was to build a European student platform. With the use of a voting system we’ve decided on the form and purpose of this platform. We want a European network where we can talk to each other and learn from each other. For this to happen we’ve decided we need a website with a forum.