Royal College of Occupational Therapists

Life as an occupational being

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Speakers: Diane Cox, Director of Research and Head of the Graduate School; Professor of Occupational Therapy University of Cumbria

Diane Cox explains the need for Occupational Therapists and the meaning of occupation for human beings.  She also highlights how important it is for Occupational Therapists to publish their work.