Hi, I’m Natalie 🙂 The new blogger for SPOTeurope!
I’m a first year student at the University of Worcester in the UK.
I’ve only just started my OT journey and have lots more to learn over the next three years!
I’m excited to be part of SPOT to share new perspectives and opportunities for us as students. I really believe in the benefits of internationalisation and sharing our experiences to support each other and promote our incredible profession! I have an interest in the Arts and anything creative, especially if its combined with improving wellbeing 🙂
The aim of the blog is to connect OT students in Europe and the world through posting interesting news, activities, tips and experiences we have as students!
Articles will be posted twice a month, on Wednesdays. Some posts will be my me, but most will be by students like you! or other people linked to Occupational Therapy.
I am on the lookout for people who want to share their experiences relating to Occupational Therapy!
This list below has a few suggestions but we are happy to include new ideas if you have them!
- Experiences on placement
- Student activities (Mini SPOT’s, mobility weeks, workshops, guest speakers etc)
- Service users experiences of OT
- Interesting conferences or events
- News and current topics around OT and healthcare
- OT practitioners and current research
- Emerging OT roles of the future
Everyone has the opportunity to become involved!
Guest blogs can be written by anyone with an interest in Occupational Therapy: students, service users, practitioners, researchers, other health professionals, the list goes on!
Don’t worry, creating an article is quick and simple! I can offer support and guidance to help you write your blog post and include any photos or videos you want to show.
Please get in touch if you have something you want us to share or you are interested in writing a guest blog!
Email me at email@example.com or contact me through Twitter @Nat_Pickering
Look forward to hearing from you all! 🙂
I am looking forward to reading the blog!
Good to hear Stephanie! Thanks a lot for the support! 🙂