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UIC OT students and faculty present at 2021 COTEC-ANOTHE Congress

UIC OT faculty and students were well represented at the 2nd Annual Council of Occupational Therapists for European Countries-European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education. Faculty and students presented or contributed to 10 papers and posters in the virtual format. While we are sad not to be in Prague, the virtual format ensured that UIC OT were well represented on the global stage.

UIC OT presentation:

Building our resilience: Applying the Intentional Relationship Model to effectively respond to challenging interpersonal events in practice – Celeste Januszewski and Evguenia Popova

The Diversity of International Occupational Therapy Research: Investing in the Future of the Profession – Lynette Mackenzie, Annike Lexen, Vera Kaelin, Patrick Hynes

Resilience Against Reductionistic Practice: Developing, Delivering and Evaluating an Occupational Therapy Intervention Process Model Workshop for Entry-level Occupational Therapy Students – Jenica Lee, Elizabeth Peterson, Anders Kottorp, Celeste Januszewski

The resilience of an occupational therapy tool to the changing technological environment - Sarah Wallcook, Camilla Malinowsky, Louise Nygård, Georgina Charlesworth, Jenica Lee, Ryan Walsh, Sophie Gaber, Anders Kottorp

WeCanManage: Collaborative user-centered design of a self-management tool for cancer survivors with disabilities – Susan Magasi, David Victorson, Rachel Adler, Tamara Hamlish

Comparison of self-efficacy in interprofessional collaborative practice among health care sciences students reveals value of profession-specific interprofessional programming – Elizabeth Peterson, Mary Keehn, Memoona Hasnain, Valerie Gruss, Anders Kottorp

Process evaluation of iROLL: A fall management program for full-time wheelchair and scooter users with multiple sclerosis – Elizabeth Peterson, Toni Van Denend, Jong Hun Sung, Laura Rice

Validation of a Fieldwork Performance Evaluation for Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistant Students – Evaluation of Test Content – Katharine Preissner, Catherine Killian, Anders Kottorp, Kathryn Duke

Validation of a Fieldwork Evaluation for Occupational Therapy Students – Evaluation of Internal Structure, Response Processes, Fairness in Testing, and Precision - Anders Kottorp, Katharine Preissner, Catherine Killian, Kathryn Duke

Clinical relevance and psychometric properties of the Swedish version of the Cultural Competence Assessment Instrument – Jane Holstein, Anette Kjellberg, Gunilla Liedberg, Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar