Supporting Occupational Therapy in low and middle income countries
                                                                                      Supporting Occupational Therapy in low and middle income                                                                     countries

Contact us

At OT Frontiers we have a wide range of OTs who have knowledge and experience of working in low income countries and who are more than happy to answer any of your queries. Do you need information or have questions you would like answered? Do not hesitate to contact us using the email address below.

 

enquiries@otfrontiers.com    

 

 

If you would like to join our members database please go to our Get Involved page                                                                                                                                                            

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Our next meeting:

 

Our next meeting: 

 

Study Day and AGM 2019

Saturday 19th October, Manchester

Improving World Health and Wellbeing

Join us for an exciting day as we celebrate World OT Day  at our AGM this year.

Guest Speaker:  Dr Jennifer Creek

 

Venue: Royal Manchester Children's Hospital

 

For more information click here.

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For all communications please note:

OT Frontiers is a network of UK based OTs who have an interest in practice in low and middle income countries. Information we exchange between ourselves and with others is offered in a spirit of mutual sharing; it should not be considered as advice. OT Frontiers does not necessarily endorse any organisation we mention. Please make your own enquiries regarding the legitimacy and safety of any organisation you plan to engage with. OT Frontiers strongly advises individuals to follow the travel advice of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and recognise that their advice about any destination can change at short notice. Organisations in other countries do not always have advanced understanding of the implications of security situations for foreign visitors; it is the responsibility of the prospective visitor to make their own judgment.

 

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