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SYDNEY – 5 July 2019. We hear all the time that “the way people work is changing”, and for office workers that often means days from home, hot-desking and cloud-based software.
What does it mean for occupational therapists, though? And how is this impacting the way we train and prepare the next generation of practitioners?
Our amazing National Operations Manager, Jessica Francis, will present a paper on these challenges and how she’s built a team to overcome them at Occupational Therapy Australia’s 28th National Conference and Exhibition 2019 next week. The conference is slated to attract more than 1,500 attendees to the International Convention Centre this year.
Congratulations Jess on being selected and we can’t wait to see you speak!