Congratulations to two new graduates!17 Sept 2014 00:00
Stefania Moioli (from Switzerland) and Caroline Kuit-de Jong (from the Netherlands) proudly graduated from the European Master of Science in Occupational Therapy on September 3rd 2014.
Both presented their research to faculty, students, friends and family at the Thesis Presentation Seminar in Winterthur. Stefania’s study was about “Exploring the concept of occupation in occupational therapy goals in Switzerland” and Caroline’s topic was “Decision making for occupational engagement by people with COPD in the Netherlands.” They were warmly welcomed into the international community of occupational therapy scholars by Hans Jonsson, chair of the Examination Board and Irene Ilott, Director Education ad interim. A total of 173 people have been awarded this post qualification, scientific master since 2001. Congratulations from the European Master of Science in Occupational Therapy Team for your achievement!