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What are Occupational Therapists' experiences of utilising the Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability: Creative Participation Assessment (VdTMoCA:CPA) in forensic mental health settings in the UK?
Charlotte Carpenter, OT, is undertaking this study in part fulfillment of an MSc at Oxford Brookes University.
Would you like to take part?
A participant information sheet with details of the study is available - Participant Information sheet - Charlotte Carpenter's study
Should you wish to gain further information or to express willingness to participate, please email Charlotte Carpenter – email@example.com
Using the VdT Model of Creative Ability in forensic settings - first open dayThis open day is for Occupational Therapists interested in the VdT Model of Creative Ability. We will explain how the model can be used effectively in a forensic setting, supporting highly challenging patients on their recovery journey. THIS DAY IS NOW FULLY BOOKED BUT PLEASE VISIT THE ST.ANDREWS WEBSITE - GO TO - Research, Education and Training - Conferences and Exhibitions - The open day states 'Fully booked' however there is an e-mail link to reserve a place on the next open day on 7th July 2016
'Creating the evidence' - a new document sets out the priorities for research'Creating the evidence: Research priorities for VdT Model of Creative Ability informed occupational therapy', foreword by Jennifer Creek, identifies the top priorities for researching the model in the UK
Sherwood Research Grant awardedThe Sherwood Research Grant 2015 has been awarded to a UK Occupational Therapist
OTs' perspectives of the VdT MoCA