Speaking as someone who had a few Fitness to Practice reviews while doing my undergrad, and am now facing one as a postgrad, I know how terrifying this process can be. And it can evoke a lot of anger and resentment towards uni too, and that’s important to acknowledge, but use that to fuel your passion further! I wanted to take a couple of minutes to talk through how I prepared for my FtP reviews Continue reading Fitness to Practice as a Student with a Disability
Do you have something you want to share? Big or small we care 💚 OTforBPD would love to share your clinical experience, lived experience, research, projects, student experience and strategies for living with a mental illness. You don’t need to be an OT and you certainly don’t need to have BPD. Looking forward to hearing from you 💕 Please contact Laura via email@example.com This content is for members … Continue reading OT for BPD needs You
So I decided to journal. But putting pen to paper seemed like such an effort. I was writing about all these ideas and dreams I had but keeping them locked in a secret diary. So I challenged myself to think outside the square and I made a WordPress account. Continue reading Why Blog as an Occupational Therapist?
Placement or fieldwork is often the most stressful and critical learning period for students. As a teacher and recent graduate, I have reflected on the strategies that helped me get the most out of placement. Continue reading Strategies to help you ace your placement