Anti-oppressive practice in occupational therapy

10/8/2024 11:00 - 11:45

This presentation hopes to inspire and empower occupational therapists to be critically reflexive and conscious to deliver anti-oppressive practice. The session will explore the component features of anti-oppressive practice, look at why it is necessary and the challenges in integrating it in services as well as what it means and the values and beliefs of occupational therapy and therapists in a professional context.

Attend this session to:

• Explore the form, function and meanings of anti-oppressive practice
• Understand why and how an anti-oppressive approach improves practice

Dr Musharrat Ahmed-Landeryou, associate professor in occupational health, London South Bank University