Welcome to the live stream of OSE-17 held in Hildesheim, Germany!
As the organizing committee of the 4th Conference of Occupational Science Europe, we are very happy to inform you that there will be a free live stream of some sessions of the OSE-17! Even though you might not be able to participate as one of the 200 on-site participants from 24 countries, you are warmly invited to participate virtually via a free live stream! It is the first time that a live stream from an OSE-Conference is organized, and we hope to expand discussions about occupation across geographical and disciplinary borders also between those who cannot be with us in Hildesheim.
4 out of 30 sessions will be streamed live on Friday and Saturday September 8th and 9th 2017 as well as the Igniter Talk of the 2nd Think Tank on Occupation-Based Social Transformation on Thursday, September 7th.
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Information on the OSE-17 Conference program (schedule, abstracts, etc.) can be downloaded here.
The following content will be live streamed:
of the Think Tank
|09:20 – 10:00 CET||„Social transformation through occupation: Moving beyond intentions for enhancing justice?”
Lisette Farias (Ph.D. Candidate at Western University, Canada, MScOT, BScOT, OT Reg.)
|11:00 – 12:30 CET||The Development of Occupational Science Outside the Anglophone Sphere: Challenges and Opportunities for Enacting Global Collaboration
Lilian Magalhães1, Lisette Farias2, Natalia Rivas-Quarneti3, Liliana Alvarez2, Ana Paula Malfitano1
1Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil; 2Western University, Canada; 3Brunel University London, United Kingdom
|14:00 – 15:30 CET||From Raising Awareness to Stimulating Legislative and Policy Reform: Occupational Science’s Political Agenda
Gail Elizabeth Whiteford1, Clare Hocking2, Hanneke van Bruggen3, Valerie Wright St Clair2
1Griffith University, Australia; 2Auckland University of Technology, NZ; 3Dalhousie University
|16:15 – 17:50 CET||Mobilizing Critical Theoretical Perspectives to Enact Occupation-Based Social Transformative Work
Debbie Laliberte Rudman1, Lisette Farias1, Roshan Galvaan2, Beccy Aldrich3, Alison Gerlach4, Lilian Magalhaes5, Nic Pollard6, Ben Sellar7
1University of Western Ontario, Canada; 2University of Cape Town, South Africa; 3Saint Louis University, USA; 4University of Northern British Columbia, Canada; 5Universidade Federal de São Carlo, Brazil; 6Sheffield Hallam University, U.K.; 7University of South Australia, Australia
|11:00 – 11:45 CET||Gender Aspects of Palliative Care for People with Dementia
Elisabeth Reitinger1, Verena Tatzer2
1Alpen-Adria University of Klagenfurt-Vienna-Graz, Austria; 2University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Department of Occupational Therapy;
|“Doing Gender” – Intersectional and Occupational Aspects of Cognitive Disability, Gender and Age
Verena C. Tatzer1, Elisabeth Reitinger2
1University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Department of Occupational Therapy; 2Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt-Vienna-Graz, Institute for Palliative Care and Organisational Ethics;
|11:45 – 12:30 CET||People with Intellectual Disabilities work as Teachers at Universities: the Project ‘Inclusive Education’
Fabian van Essen
University of Applied Health Science, Germany;
|Employment: Occupational Choices for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Hochschule für Gesundheit, Germany;