|9:30-10:00 am||Welcome and Opening Remarks|
|10:00-11:40 am||Student Presentations #1: 8 breakout rooms/32 presentations|
|11:40 am-12:00 pm||ACTIVE BREAK|
|12:00-1:40 pm||Student Presentations #2: 8 breakout rooms/32 presentations|
|2:00-3:00 pm||2020 Thelma Cardwell Lecture, presented by Sarah Kantartzis, PhD. Title: Our collective occupation: before, during and emerging in response to the Covid-19 pandemic|
|3:00-3:30 pm||Awards and Closing Remarks|
Registration is free but required. Please register below by Friday, June 19:
THELMA CARDWELL LECTURE
The 2020 Thelma Cardwell Lecture will be delivered by Sarah Kantartzis, PhD. Dr. Kantartzis is Senior Lecturer Occupational Therapy at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK. She has have been an occupational therapist for 40 years, working in the UK and Greece in practice and education. An interest in diversity and cultural relativity led to doctoral studies reconceptualising occupation in the Greek context.
More recently, the concepts of family and collective occupation, as well as processes of participatory citizenship, social inclusion and social transformation have guided her work. She was chairperson of the OSEurope network and is co-founder of the International Social Transformation through Occupation Network.
The Thelma Cardwell Lecture Series is an endowed lectureship established in 1997 to honour one of this program’s – and occupational therapy’s – most prestigious alumna.
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