Submissions may address any relevant area but might include such topics as:
- cancer rehabilitation and prehabilitation interventions that reduce disability of cancer survivors across the lifespan;
- descriptive studies of participation restrictions and functional well-being after cancer diagnosis;
- employment concerns and employment outcomes of young adult and adult cancer survivors;
- palliative rehabilitation interventions and outcomes;
- telehealth-based approaches to cancer rehabilitation; and
- evidence-based practice and implementation science in cancer rehabilitation programs.
Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2020
Guest Editor: Kathleen D. Lyons
The abstract submission for COTEC-ENOTHE 2020 Congress closes September 30th, 2019 and abstract reviewers are needed. Reviewing abstracts is a crucial part of preparing the Scientific Program of the conference, and your contribution would be much appreciated. As an abstract reviewer you will have the chance to ensure the scientific quality of content to be presented at the COTEC-ENOTHE 2020 Congress which will be held in Prague September 23-26, 2020.
Each abstract will be reviewed by two reviewers and each reviewer will have no more than 15 abstracts to review and score. Reviewers will evaluate the abstracts using a simple scoring system, for any of the oral presentations and poster presentations. ExOrdo will be the abstract handling tool used.
If you would be available for abstract reviewing, please fill in the nomination form through this link
The selected reviewers will be notified by 28th September at the latest.
The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) is hosting an Accelerated Learning Course for Leaders in Integrated Care Programs at Valencia Island in Ireland. A brochure to the course can be found here:
The AAATE 2019 Conference in Bologna is approaching fast and most of the programme elements are already online (http://aaate2019.eu/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/07/Draft_Programme-Overview_AAATE2019_V4_for-publication.pdf).
Members of COTEC benefit from the reduced AAATE member fee, which is 520€ for the full 3-day participation and 290€ for a 1-day pass.
Of particular interest to COTEC members are probably the 6 educational sessions targeting AT professionals (OT’s, FT’s, Teachers, Educators, etc.): http://aaate2019.eu/educational-sessions/
Overall, the scientific committee has selected more than 200 scientific contributions in virtually all areas of Assistive Technology, including also 7 policy sessions, and 14 companies and research labs will showcase their products and prototypes in the innovation area. With already more than 270 registered participants from 43 different countries around the globe, the AAATE conference is rapidly on its way to be THE GLOBAL #AT CONFERENCE of 2019.
There are also some very interesting pre-conference activities, which might be of interest:
Unlocking human potential – High level meeting between AT stakeholders (27/08/2019 h. 15.00 -19.00) 40 Euro per person
Visit to INAIL Centro protesi (27/08/2019 h. 9.00-14.30) 20 Euro per person including transport and light lunch
Workshop at the premises of EON: Virtual/Augmented Reality and Social Robotics in the Assistive Technology domain (27/08/2019, h. 9.00 – 14.30) 40 Euro per person including transport and light lunch
General Assembly of the International Alliance of AT Organisations (27/08/2019, h. 10.00 – 12.00) Free of charge.
AAATE SIG Standardisation workshop (27/08/2019, h. 12.00 – 14.00) 10 Euro (light lunch included)
Social dinner (29/08/2019, h. 20.30) 45 Euro per person
Guided City/University Tour (28/08/2019 h. 19-20.30) 10 Euro per person
Evening dinner on a wine farm, including transportation (30/8/2019) 50 Euro per person
More information about these events can be found at: http://aaate2019.eu/pre-conference-events/
Please use this link for registration: http://aaate2019.eu/registration/how-to-register/
The Swedish Association of Occupational Therapists has established a grant award in the name of Inga-Britt Lindström, who has been the president of the organization in 1970-2008. We invite applications from foreign occupational therapists and occupational therapy students. The grant is offered to individuals or teams from countries where occupational therapy is under development and countries listed as low- or lower-middle-income economics, according to the World Bank List.
The maximum amount of the grant is 10 000 Swedish Kronor (about USD 980) per year.
Application form and instructions are available on website: www.arbetsterapeuterna.se/iblaward
Application closes on October 1, 2019.