New graduates – new knowledge – new perspectives!30 Sept 2016 09:38 | OT Euromaster
On September 7th 2016, 8 students graduated from the European Master of Science in OT-programme. Congratulations!
|Erica Blokker, the Netherlands||“Engaging family caregivers in the occupational therapy process. Perceptions of occupational therapists.”|
|Amanda Bueno Cipriani, Brazil||“The impact of substance use disorders in quality of life and human occupations: a cross-sectional study from a gender perspective.”|
|Irene Christen, Switzerland||“Virtual Reality Intervention for Stroke Patients. Change of Arm Usage in Daily Activities after a Virtual Reality-based Therapy Intervention for People with Hemiplegic Stroke.”|
|Jeroen te Dorsthorst, the Netherlands||“How childhood cancer survivors reflect on the influence of late effects and their childhood cancer history to their occupational identity. A narrative study.”|
|Angelique Kester, the Netherlands||“Vietnamese caregivers reflections on activities of daily life in relation to PEDI.”|
|Bärbel Rückriem, Switzerland||“Lived experience of caregivers in Switzerland when providing the first wheelchair to children with severe cerebral palsy (GMFCS & MACS IV/V). An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Study.”|
|Nina Teufen, Switzerland||“Lived experiences of co-occupation of everyday life among couples being parents for the first time - A phenomenological study.”|
|Fay Zischeck, Switzerland||“Resilience in everyday life: experiences of individuals with a work-related musculoskeletal disorder of the upper extremity.”|
We wish them good luck for the new perspectives in their professional lives!