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Programme Thursday 15th of October

Creativity and Innovation in Programme Design following TUNING


 

WEDNESDAY 14TH OF OCTOBER 2009

 


Time







16.00-18.00

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THURSDAY 15TH OF OCTOBER 2009

 


8.15 -9.00

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9.00-9.15

Overview of TUNING follow-up

Liliya Todorova, Angel Kunchev University of Ruse, Bulgaria

9.15-9.45

Creating a flexible and interchangeable curriculum in Line with ENOTHE TUNING Educational structures in Europe and the curriculum guidelines

Dominique van de Velde, University College Artevelde, Gent, Belgium

9.45-10.15

Presentation of the development of The Danish national curriculum for Education of Bachelor in Occupational Therapy

Bente Hartvig, University College of Health Care Educations Nordjylland, Aalborg;

Jette Haugbølle, University College Sjaelland, Naestved;



Anne Hove, University College Metropolitan, Copenhagen, Denmark

10.15-11.00

Coffee / tea break

 


PARALLEL SESSIONS

11.00- 13.00

Developing research competences in OT students


Kos D., Winderickx L., Lenaerts, R. University College Artesis Antwerp, Antwerpen, Belgium

11.00- 13.00

How to build an inspiring occupation- based curriculum, using the TUNING competences

Hetty Tonneijck, Inge Vroomen, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

11.00- 13.00

E-Portfolios as means of both capturing and recording experiences as well as offering a mechanism to reflect on such learning

Claire Craig, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom

11.00- 13.00

Integrated Practice: an innovative methodology for the formation of occupational therapists in Chile (in Spanish)


Laura Rueda, Vivian Villarroel Encina, Paula Soto Reyes, Irene Muñoz Espinoza, Sandra Mella Díaz, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile

11.00- 13.00

Workshop –continuation from the morning

Dominique van de Velde, University College Artevelde, Gent, Belgium

11.00- 13.00

A cooperative venture between Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital and the Occupational Therapy Programme at Oslo University College to implement evidence based practice in student clinical placement

Marie Berg, Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, Else-Britt Bruset, Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway



13.00

Lunch

 


PARALLEL SESSIONS

14.30-16.30

Developing research competences in OT students

Kos D., Winderickx L., Lenaerts, R. University College Artesis Antwerp, Antwerpen, Belgium

14.30-16.30

How to build an inspiring occupation- based curriculum, using the TUNING competences

Hetty Tonneijck, Inge Vroomen, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

14.30-16.30

E-Portfolios as means of both capturing and recording experiences as well as offering a mechanism to reflect on such learning

Claire Craig, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom

14.30-16.30

Workshop –continuation from the morning

Dominique van de Velde, University College Artevelde, Gent, Belgium

14.30-16.30

A cooperative venture between Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital and the Occupational Therapy Programme at Oslo University College to implement evidence based practice in student clinical placement

Marie Berg, Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, Else-Britt Bruset, Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway



14.30-16.30

Curriculum Integration Workshops for the Formation of Occupational Therapists.

Chile. (in Spanish)




Laura Rueda, Vivian Villarroel Encina, Paula Soto Reyes, Irene Muñoz Espinoza, Sandra Mella Díaz, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile

19.30

Social dinner






Friday 16th of October 2009

Programme about Creativity and Innovation in Education and Practice


 

THURSDAY 15TH OF OCTOBER

 


Time







17.00-19.00

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FRIDAY 16TH OF OCTOBER - MORNING

 


8.15-9.00

Registration in ?







9.00-9.05

Opening by the President of ENOTHE

Sofia Vikström, Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge, Sweden

9.05-9.25
9.30

Cultural Opening
Welcome by:














10.00-10.15

Developments of Occupational Therapy within the Spanish Higher Education Area

Mr. Sergio Santos-Riego Vicedean Coordinator OT, Ms. Inés Viana-Moldes, lecturer Universidade da Coruña, Facultade de Ciencias da Saúde, A Coruña, Spain


10.15- 10.30

ENOTHE activities

Hanneke van Bruggen, ENOTHE, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

10.30-11.15

Coffee / tea break

 

11.15-12.00

Creativity, art, meaning and social justice...

Salvador Simo and Menashe Kadishman


Questions and discussion

12.15-13.00


Innovation focused teaching in Occupational therapy education and practice.

Jacob Madson, VIA University College, Holstebro, Denmark

Questions and discussion

13.00-14.15

Lunch

 





FRIDAY 16th OF OCTOBER - AFTERNOON



Parallel sessions and creative workshops on the core themes of the European Year 2010



Time


14.15-15.45

Occupational Therapy in Burkina Faso, West Africa: Waiting for an opportunity

Inma Zango, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Talavera de la Reina , Spain

14.15-15.45

Using digital media in Occupational Therapy - What? How? Why? When?
Lessons from the creative innovation of Digital storytelling


Julie Hathaway Coleman, Sheffield Hallam University, Pip Hardy, Pilgrims projects, UK


14.15-15.45

The use of creative arts within the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. Impact on personal, professional and intercultural competences

Marc Velghe, University College Artevelde, Gent, Belgium

14.15-15.45

Art Activities and Competences

Hendrik Jan, Peter de Groot, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

14.15-15.45

Developing an online module on the political practice of occupational therapy based on a problem based learning approach, workshop


Dikaios Sakellariouand Nick Pollard, University of Wales College of Medicine (Cardiff University) and , United Kingdom

14.15-15.45

“Creative group activities and the development of personal and therapeutic skills”


Cecilie Krüger, Hogskolen i Oslo, Norway

14.15-15.45

Think tank, Occupational Therapy towards 2025


Anne Lawson Porter, College of Occupational Therapists, London, United Kingdom

14.15-15.45

Encouraging the European Dimension in the occupational therapy curriculum: through creative and innovative student contributions

Linda Renton, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

14.15-15.45

Developing core occupational therapy skills through project based placements

Rebecca Allen, Monash University, Victoria, Australia

14.15-15.45

Understanding Ourselves as Occupational Beings through the mediums of self reflection and the production of a mixed media Exhibition Piece

Catherine Poyser, Lecturer, The University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom

14.15-15.45

Creative and innovative work on OT education and research:

Presentation Module KWALON; Quality of Care and Entrepreneurship



Ineke Stijnen, Anke Visser, Wietske Kuijer lecturers Hogeschool Arnhem en Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands


15.45-16.15

Coffee / Tea break





16.15-17.15

General Assembly




16.15-17.15

Student meeting














20.00

Social Evening

        




Saturday 17th of October

Programme about ENOTHE ; New Projects; Student Groups

 

SATURDAY 27th OF SEPTEMBER

 


Time




9.30-10.00

The necessity of creative thinking in occupational therapy. An attitude, a vague concept or a grounded skill?

Lieven Desomviele, University College Artevelde, Gent, Belgium, Staffan Josephsson, Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge, Sweden


10.00-10.30







10.30-11.15

Coffee/ tea break




11.15- 12.30

Presentation of project results and new projects

Result IP-1

Result IP-2

EEE4all


ECOTROS/COST

Grundvig Project

Leonardo, innovation Project

ERASMUS AM

EU module development

Students Berlin



Hanneke van Bruggen
+ project group leaders
Chris Mayers

Liliya Todorova

Barbara Piskur

Fenna van Nes

Sarah Kantartzis

Kathy McCormack

Hanneke van Bruggen

Ruth Zinkstok




12.30-

Lunch


PROJECT GROUP PARALLEL SESSIONS

14.00-16.00

Enhancing ‘Knowledge Translation’ by user-friendly summaries of critically appraised research articles: the development, co-operation and future

Chris Mayers, York St. John University, United Kingdom

Fenna van Nes, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, The Netherlands



14.00

ELSITO (Empowering Learning for Social Inclusion through Occupation)

Sarah Kantartzis, Hellenic Association of Occupational Therapists, Athens, Greece

14.00

Euro-Education: Employability for all (EEE4all)


Barbara Piskur, Hogeschool Zuyd, Heerlen, The Netherlands

14.00

The development of a European module on community based occupational therapy

Ruth Zinkstok, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

14.00

Innovating and creating together through participation in the EU Lifelong Learning Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation Programme

Cathy McCormack, University of Dublin, Dublin, Republic if Ireland

14.00

Competences for Poverty Reduction

Hanneke van Bruggen

14.00

The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM) used as base for a lifestyle programme in home dwelling older people with stroke or TIA


Anne Lund, Oslo University College, Norway


14.00

How to support others to support? Do we all re-invent the wheel?

Sofia Vikström, Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge, Sweden

14.00

New projects




14.00

Strategic course a




14.00

Strategic course b





STUDENT PARALLEL SESSIONS (student projects)




Session 1- Creativity and Innovation







Session 2- Creativity and Innovation







Session 3- Creativity and Innovation







Session 4- Creativity and Innovation







Session 5- Creativity and Innovation







Session 6- Creativity and Innovation







Session 7-Creativity and Innovation




16.15-17.30

Summary of the parallel sessions/ Closing ceremony and presentation of Korlinska Karolinska Institute?




17.30

Closing performance; Occupational Therapy start with craft and creative activities

Sissel Horghagen, Norway









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