WFOT 2006 commenced with a series of pre-Congress workshops, held on Sunday 23 and Monday 24 July at Sydney’s University of Technology.
The workshops provided attendees with the opportunity to come together to explore a range of topics and issues relating to the application of OT research, and current and future applications of relevant models within the field of occupational therapy.
|Pre Congress Program Details||HTML Link|
|Sunday, 23rd July, 2006||Sunday Program|
|Monday, 24th July, 2006||Monday Program|
Many delegates took advantage of the opportunity to stop over in Malaysia on their way to the WFOT Congress, to attend a number of Pre-Congress workshops, staged by MOTA and the Malaysian Ministry of Health.
A two day event, the workshops were staged on from 20 to 21 July, and featured two streams, as follows:
Working with Motivation and Volition
Presented by Jennifer Creek, United Kingdom
Addressing the Intimacy Needs of People with Disabilities: The Principles and Practice
Presented by Dr Matthew Yau, PhD, Hong Kong.
For more information, visit the OT Malaysia website