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Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Welcome to this research #OTalk being led by @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan with support from @LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Please introduce yourself if you are participating this evening
#OTalk @OTalk_
Ok so happy to see diving in early, multitasking, sharing supper menus etc. Welcome to the monthly #OTalk research with @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter letโ€™s start by checking in whoโ€™s joining us tonight
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Welcome to this research #OTalk being led by @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan with support from @LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Please introduce yourself if you are participating this evening
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Hi everyone, I'm here too! Funnily enough with galaxy counters and diet coke by my side #Otalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
Itโ€™s been great to be involved and thank you for the opportunity. Studying for an MSc in Advanced Prof Practice @PlymUni has further highlighted the importance and value of research and EBP for our profession. @OTalk_ #OTalk (the curry is an added bonus too!) https://t.co/MeseXCh1cU
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Welcome to this research #OTalk being led by @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan with support from @LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Please introduce yourself if you are participating this evening
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
RT @OTalk_: Time to do whatever you need to do folks before the 8pm start of #OTalk research https://t.co/T3U5eCBarm
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @ROTTERsPlym: @LynneGoodacre Fork in one hand, twitter in the other! Multitasking in the best way. Great buzz around the table, it's exciting. #OTalk @KatrinaBannigan @lee_o_nee @kateturnerOT @Els_OT @Georginacooke19 @soleinj_
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
#OTalk @ROTTERsPlym here and tweeting!
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @OTalk_: Ok so happy to see diving in early, multitasking, sharing supper menus etc. Welcome to the monthly #OTalk research with @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter letโ€™s start by checking in whoโ€™s joining us tonight
ElspethOT @Els_OT
@KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Hello, looking forward to discussing research #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @SimpsonResearch: Looking forward to tonightโ€™s research #OTalk
Elle Russell, MS, OTR/L @elleOT2019
I'm here! #OTalk https://t.co/wraWhgOzdz
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
#otalk Good evening : ) from sunny Manchester .....
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @OTalk_: Ok so happy to see diving in early, multitasking, sharing supper menus etc. Welcome to the monthly #OTalk research with @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter letโ€™s start by checking in whoโ€™s joining us tonight
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @soleinj_: Itโ€™s been great to be involved and thank you for the opportunity. Studying for an MSc in Advanced Prof Practice @PlymUni has further highlighted the importance and value of research and EBP for our profession. @OTalk_ #OTalk (the curry is an added bonus too!) https://t.co/MeseXCh1cU
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
@SimpsonResearch Great to have you with us #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
@ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @lee_o_nee @kateturnerOT @Els_OT @Georginacooke19 @soleinj_ Unfortunately multitasking in a different way. On #OTalk while trying to convince my 6yo to go to bed. Not sure how this will work out tonight #phdparent
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
I'm here. As a clinical academic PhD student (nearing the end-ish) I'm very interested in this discussion. #OTalk https://t.co/b2d8CcbikP
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @ROTTERsPlym: #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym here and tweeting!
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @soleinj_: Itโ€™s been great to be involved and thank you for the opportunity. Studying for an MSc in Advanced Prof Practice @PlymUni has further highlighted the importance and value of research and EBP for our profession. @OTalk_ #OTalk (the curry is an added bonus too!) https://t.co/MeseXCh1cU
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
Hi Iโ€™m currently doing small research projects focused on ABI cognitive functional probs using whatever funding I can get my hands on to fund my time one day a week. Currently choosing to work just 4 days clinical in a permanent contract in order to participate in research #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
@preston_jenny @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Great to have you too @preston_jenny #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @LelanieBrewer: @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @lee_o_nee @kateturnerOT @Els_OT @Georginacooke19 @soleinj_ Unfortunately multitasking in a different way. On #OTalk while trying to convince my 6yo to go to bed. Not sure how this will work out tonight #phdparent
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @preston_jenny: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Hi everyone, I'm here too! Funnily enough with galaxy counters and diet coke by my side #Otalk
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
#OTalk looking forward to tonightโ€™s discussions
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @Els_OT: @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Hello, looking forward to discussing research #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @pd2ot: I'm here. As a clinical academic PhD student (nearing the end-ish) I'm very interested in this discussion. #OTalk https://t.co/b2d8CcbikP
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @ROTTERsPlym: #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym here and tweeting!
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
I am here....somewhere between Carlisle and Plymouth with a dodgy phone signal! #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @KatrinaBannigan: @preston_jenny @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Great to have you too @preston_jenny #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
@pd2ot Do you feel that you are at the start of a research career? #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @marionfwalker: #OTalk looking forward to tonightโ€™s discussions
Andy Graham @AndyG_OT
I've recently left the NHS to do a full-time PhD for the love of research! #otalk
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
Senior lecturer & MSc OT programme leader @NorthumbriaUni & part time PhD student @NclUni_IHS researching the development of #selfcare in young children #OTalk https://t.co/BqQeSpq2v5
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @alisonfwarren: I am here....somewhere between Carlisle and Plymouth with a dodgy phone signal! #otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
Iโ€™m here #OTalk
Melanie Burrough @MelanieBurrough
Is anyone else lurking for tonightโ€™s #OTalk @OTalk_ @WalesLorna @DunfordCarolyn @sharontuppenyot #research #EBP https://t.co/4RFcrUjcHg
Dr Lynne Goodacre ๐Ÿ’™ @LynneGoodacre
I've got buffering issues on the OTalk site for a moment so .. don't forget to follow rules of prof conduct, be nice to each other and most of all don't forget to include #otalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
@KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Hello, I am here! I am currently completing an MSc in Advanced Prof Practice in OT after qualifying last year. Looking forward to hearing about others experiences of working in research as an occupational therapist #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Great to have you aboard @marionfwalker You have so much to say about having a career in research. Looking forward to your thoughts #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/80nMuDmsGr
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @andy83g: I've recently left the NHS to do a full-time PhD for the love of research! #otalk
Sam Whiting @SWhitingOT
#OTalk poppadoms and participation! I'm ready get stuck in and hear everyones thoughts on the occupational therapy and and the role of research!
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Woo! Hoo! #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8A9ETSfi3o
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @alisonfwarren: I am here....somewhere between Carlisle and Plymouth with a dodgy phone signal! #otalk
Faye Dunford @FayeDunford
@preston_jenny @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Hi everyone, I'm here too! Ready to talk research at #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @dianecox61: Iโ€™m here #OTalk
Alicia Ridout @AliciaRidout
RT @LelanieBrewer: Senior lecturer & MSc OT programme leader @NorthumbriaUni & part time PhD student @NclUni_IHS researching the development of #selfcare in young children #OTalk https://t.co/BqQeSpq2v5
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Great to have you aboard @marionfwalker You have so much to say about having a career in research. Looking forward to your thoughts #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/80nMuDmsGr
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
That's great @SWhitingOT #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/EImc97JwFx
Nellie Dadge @DadgeNellie
Nellie Dadge, virgin twitterer here and following chat #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @SWhitingOT: #OTalk poppadoms and participation! I'm ready get stuck in and hear everyones thoughts on the occupational therapy and and the role of research!
Melanie Burrough @MelanieBurrough
RT @OTalk_: Time to do whatever you need to do folks before the 8pm start of #OTalk research https://t.co/T3U5eCBarm
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Great to have you aboard @marionfwalker You have so much to say about having a career in research. Looking forward to your thoughts #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/80nMuDmsGr
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @LynneGoodacre: I've got buffering issues on the OTalk site for a moment so .. don't forget to follow rules of prof conduct, be nice to each other and most of all don't forget to include #otalk
Kirstie @Kirstie_OT
Lurking in the background tonight while doing some #OTalk admin & #RCOT2018 prep ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
@FayeDunford @preston_jenny @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Great to have you @FayeDunford with us in the ether #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
@KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Hi, I'm currently 2/3rds of the way through a MRes in Health Research, part time, whilst working full time as an OT. Looking forward to tonights #OTalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
Hello #OTalk ๐Ÿ‘‹ Currently halfway through my PhD investigating the involvmenet of unpaid carers in interventions for people with COPD and HF. Have taken a career break from my clincial OT role
Aelfrida Palmer๐Ÿ’™ @AelfridaP
Hi, Iโ€™m an OT working in Liaison psychiatry seconded for at least a year to DPT research and development team working on a large interventional RCT in the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. #Otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @FayeDunford: @preston_jenny @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Hi everyone, I'm here too! Ready to talk research at #OTalk
Dr Lynne Goodacre ๐Ÿ’™ @LynneGoodacre
So great to see you all do you want to make a start @KatrinaBannigan #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @DadgeNellie: Nellie Dadge, virgin twitterer here and following chat #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
Hello peeps! #otalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @FayeDunford: @preston_jenny @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @OTPlymouthUni Hi everyone, I'm here too! Ready to talk research at #OTalk
Dr Lynne Goodacre ๐Ÿ’™ @LynneGoodacre
Welcome so glad you can join us. If you need some help shout out #Otalk research https://t.co/lldXtbFw5w
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
@LynneGoodacre Thanks for the reminder @LynneGoodacre - we are all trying to remember the #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @MelanieBurrough: Is anyone else lurking for tonightโ€™s #OTalk @OTalk_ @WalesLorna @DunfordCarolyn @sharontuppenyot #research #EBP https://t.co/4RFcrUjcHg
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
@DadgeNellie Welcome to Twitter Nellie, great to have you here with us tonight. #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Hi @dianecox61 - Are you eating curry? #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/9mmj2LrAas
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @mirnoonanOT: Hello #OTalk ๐Ÿ‘‹ Currently halfway through my PhD investigating the involvmenet of unpaid carers in interventions for people with COPD and HF. Have taken a career break from my clincial OT role
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
First question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre What roles are available for occupational therapists wanting to work in research? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk
Georgina cooke @Georginacooke19
RT @ROTTERsPlym: @LynneGoodacre Fork in one hand, twitter in the other! Multitasking in the best way. Great buzz around the table, it's exciting. #OTalk @KatrinaBannigan @lee_o_nee @kateturnerOT @Els_OT @Georginacooke19 @soleinj_
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
No but multi tasking #otalk https://t.co/qYN4FMdR9o
Lyn @lyn_wes
RT @OTPlymouthUni: GET INVOLVED- 5th June 2018 @ 8PM - ROTTERS in the South West are hosting #OTalk Research - Is working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERsPlym @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @SWhitingOT: #OTalk poppadoms and participation! I'm ready get stuck in and hear everyones thoughts on the occupational therapy and and the role of research!
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: That's great @SWhitingOT #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/EImc97JwFx
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @KatrinaBannigan: First question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre What roles are available for occupational therapists wanting to work in research? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
@BillWongOT Hello Bill how are you tonight? #Otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Hi @BillWongOT I finally got back from @wfot18 and safari this morning! #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/S4uvl5M6al
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Hopefully. #OTalk The 'what next' isn't clear. Ideally I'd like to remain a clinical academic...but both clin/academic or pure research roles are far from guaranteed, whereas I'm pretty sure of getting a clinical job in the area I like.
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Lead investigator, research team member #otalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @SWhitingOT: #OTalk poppadoms and participation! I'm ready get stuck in and hear everyones thoughts on the occupational therapy and and the role of research!
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: First question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre What roles are available for occupational therapists wanting to work in research? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @SWhitingOT: Ever wondered whether working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? ROTTERS SW are hosting #OTalk Research 5 June 18 https://t.co/hkieilBIY5 Will you contribute to the discussion? @rotterstruro @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERsPlym @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Dr Lynne Goodacre ๐Ÿ’™ @LynneGoodacre
OK everyone so here is Q 1. #OTalk https://t.co/X2jXTVBH0H
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Do people consider being a phd student a research role? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/CUwWyoLTAa
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Yay! #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/pYv3vAOylV
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @OTalk_: Ok so happy to see diving in early, multitasking, sharing supper menus etc. Welcome to the monthly #OTalk research with @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter letโ€™s start by checking in whoโ€™s joining us tonight
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
#OTalk delighted to be here in person. Just finished PhD and lucky to have research fellow post to further develop thesis @ROTTERsPlym @OTPlymouthUni
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
In what sense do you mean far from guaranteed - what are you looking for? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/cDhQBUexpq
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
I'm with you on this @pd2ot part clinical part research would be the amazing! #OTalk https://t.co/eSmA5W6s5H
B2 @OTBrianNY
@OTalk_ @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter Hey Brian here #OTalk Iโ€™ll be lurking
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
#otalk yes as often the start for many OTs but for me started as a research OT post https://t.co/9Lae1Q129C
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
But it sounds like that you think amazing but unlikely? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/g38gt5eWax
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Definitely! #OTalk https://t.co/0Kpl8Hihbb
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @mirnoonanOT: I'm with you on this @pd2ot part clinical part research would be the amazing! #OTalk https://t.co/eSmA5W6s5H
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes In my experience to date Iโ€™ve had to create a role my MRes was the catalyst and then learning to network but I recognise Iโ€™m v lucky to have a supportive therapy and R&D team behind me #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @KatrinaBannigan: In what sense do you mean far from guaranteed - what are you looking for? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/cDhQBUexpq
Lyn @lyn_wes
I'm here. Inexpert tweeter - should have #OTalk ! How can we ensure the workplace supports research? @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsPlym https://t.co/tDK9uwgZg5
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@LynneGoodacre #OTalk keep forgetting hashtag ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So do you feel that a research career is viable? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8J63fm1Cdg
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
Lovely to join #OTalk as a second year PhD student. I'm very lucky to have a funded studentship with @PlymUni to explore accessibility of air travel for people living with #dementia
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @KatrinaBannigan: But it sounds like that you think amazing but unlikely? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/g38gt5eWax
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
I see it as a stepping stone to being more involved with research and learning some valuable skills along the way as well as building a professional network #OTalk https://t.co/Tf3AFK0sZh
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So do you feel that a research career is viable? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8J63fm1Cdg
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Iโ€™ve considered being an MRes student a research role #OTalk
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
@mirnoonanOT @pd2ot Yes, that would be the ideal for me! I am passionate about research and want to pursue it further but could never stop being clinical as I love my role too much #OTalk
Aelfrida Palmer๐Ÿ’™ @AelfridaP
Definitely think doing PHD is research role. #Otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @LynneGoodacre: I've got buffering issues on the OTalk site for a moment so .. don't forget to follow rules of prof conduct, be nice to each other and most of all don't forget to include #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @mirnoonanOT: I'm with you on this @pd2ot part clinical part research would be the amazing! #OTalk https://t.co/eSmA5W6s5H
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
#OTalk https://t.co/Jt8G51UyOP
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @SimpsonResearch: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes In my experience to date Iโ€™ve had to create a role my MRes was the catalyst and then learning to network but I recognise Iโ€™m v lucky to have a supportive therapy and R&D team behind me #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
@LynneGoodacre I took on role as an independent rater in dementia reseach..great role and interestibg insider info on RCTs #otalk @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes For me yes, coming from undergraduate into a clinical role and taking the leap into PhD role after 9 years of clinical work has opened up the research world to me #OTalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@mirnoonanOT Mostly I love it. Although after 3.5 years of 3 days/week PhD and 2 days clinical I have just become full time PhD and having a sole focus is amazing. But the clinical work reminds me why I do what I do. #OTalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Do people consider being a phd student a research role? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/CUwWyoLTAa
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
I would too because they are full time positions - Do you think your next step will be a research role? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/1QnxYueiSy
#OTalk @OTalk_
Weโ€™ve all done it! Only just stopped my twitter buffering #OTalk https://t.co/feXJ7fA2KP
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @SimpsonResearch: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Iโ€™ve considered being an MRes student a research role #OTalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
It is possible but I had to develop the job description myself to make it happen #OTalk https://t.co/tXVtbsUPxN
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@kateturnerOT @PlymUni Sounds a really interesting topic, I'll have to remind myself to pick your brains at some point #OTalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @kateturnerOT: Lovely to join #OTalk as a second year PhD student. I'm very lucky to have a funded studentship with @PlymUni to explore accessibility of air travel for people living with #dementia
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @KatrinaBannigan: First question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre What roles are available for occupational therapists wanting to work in research? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @SimpsonResearch: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes In my experience to date Iโ€™ve had to create a role my MRes was the catalyst and then learning to network but I recognise Iโ€™m v lucky to have a supportive therapy and R&D team behind me #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @BillWongOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Lead investigator, research team member #otalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @HD55: #OTalk https://t.co/Jt8G51UyOP
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Very much so #OTalk in the same way that a learner driver is still a driver
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So do you think having a research career is a viable option for you as an occupational therapist? or an adjunct skill for being a clinician? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/KsW6n97x71
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
Definitely.. a great grounding in research #OTalk https://t.co/jxWxHd84bV
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @LynneGoodacre: OK everyone so here is Q 1. #OTalk https://t.co/X2jXTVBH0H
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @alisonfwarren: @LynneGoodacre I took on role as an independent rater in dementia reseach..great role and interestibg insider info on RCTs #otalk @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@AelfridaP Very few exceptions... but there are some who are non-PhD who come to mind. In US, Tim Wolf is a leader in research who has an OTD (clinical doctorate). #otalk
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes My MRes was part time with teaching at the weekends for one year, the research project was carried out in clinical hours #OTalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk it seems like those roles are a bit more 'right place, right time'/for other people. But then I felt the same about getting a PhD studentship... The dream would be a role where I could develop my research into frailty and occupation.
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
@alisonfwarren @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes What did that job involve doing out of interest Alison? #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So do you have a job description that you are able to share with other who are trying to do the same thing? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/BRcrkmYnVI
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk there are so many opportunities now to become a research OT but it does take a strong desire and knowledge of the system to make a successful career
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Perhaps because I am unsure why lies ahead and what is out there! I think perhaps there is more likelihood of obaining this kind of role in the UK as opposed to Ireland #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@pd2ot @mirnoonanOT And I think clinical aspect helps you keep in touch with what needs to be researched. #otalk
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk I think it can mean being engaged in research but the motivations and the starting point may not be a research role.
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @SimpsonResearch: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes In my experience to date Iโ€™ve had to create a role my MRes was the catalyst and then learning to network but I recognise Iโ€™m v lucky to have a supportive therapy and R&D team behind me #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @lyn_wes: I'm here. Inexpert tweeter - should have #OTalk ! How can we ensure the workplace supports research? @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsPlym https://t.co/tDK9uwgZg5
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
RT @pd2ot: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk it seems like those roles are a bit more 'right place, right time'/for other people. But then I felt the same about getting a PhD studentship... The dream would be a role where I could develop my research into frailty and occupation.
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
I came to research late in the game after a long time as a clinician and donโ€™t have the research track record that some colleagues have which inevitably means itโ€™s harder to break in to and you end up teaching a lot. However you need to start somewhere #OTalk https://t.co/m6xdTDWJM4
Sam Whiting @SWhitingOT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So do you think having a research career is a viable option for you as an occupational therapist? or an adjunct skill for being a clinician? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/KsW6n97x71
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @SimpsonResearch: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Iโ€™ve considered being an MRes student a research role #OTalk
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I see a research career as a viable option, i just have no idea where to go since finishing my MSc #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
How did your fellow post come about and what do you see as your next steps? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/rrKV6rEOOC
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes For me will be an adjunct skill. Eventually I will want to play a prominent role in our autism research. #otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @lee_o_nee: Definitely.. a great grounding in research #OTalk https://t.co/jxWxHd84bV
Dr Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Absolutely. Where Iโ€™m studying we are called PhD researchers and discouraged from calling ourselves students. Definitely consider myself in a research role #OTalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
RT @marionfwalker: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk there are so many opportunities now to become a research OT but it does take a strong desire and knowledge of the system to make a successful career
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
I'm currently completing my #MRes and consider that participating in this is a #research role, particularly as I'm currently doing a placement (remote working) with a research study at present. I would definitely consider a #PHD to be a research role. #OTalk https://t.co/3LuJgzXzfU
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
@Amie_OT @PlymUni That would be great Amie. Are you a researcher yourself? #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So do you have a job description that you are able to share with other who are trying to do the same thing? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/BRcrkmYnVI
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@marionfwalker @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I agree there, i don't feel like o have enough knowledge to know where to go #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
@ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes Working with dementia drug trial team and being the independent rater to detect change in ADL. OT fab skills for this role. #OTalk
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Absolutely. Where Iโ€™m studying we are called PhD researchers and discouraged from calling ourselves students. Definitely consider myself in a research role #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes It's a foggy path ahead but would love it to be viable #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Do you mean that you might do a phd without ever intending to be a researcher? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Good to see you @HD55 https://t.co/NlfNYD0QRt
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
@Rehab_Research @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I really like this comparison! #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @BillWongOT: @pd2ot @mirnoonanOT And I think clinical aspect helps you keep in touch with what needs to be researched. #otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So are you suggesting that a 'pure' research role may not be ideal anyway? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/rQvWstWhAE
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @marionfwalker: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk there are so many opportunities now to become a research OT but it does take a strong desire and knowledge of the system to make a successful career
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @HD55: #OTalk https://t.co/Jt8G51UyOP
Alicia Ridout @AliciaRidout
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Do you mean that you might do a phd without ever intending to be a researcher? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Good to see you @HD55 https://t.co/NlfNYD0QRt
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @BillWongOT: @pd2ot @mirnoonanOT And I think clinical aspect helps you keep in touch with what needs to be researched. #otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Second question #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Are there financially secure research jobs? (i.e. Are there only fixed/ short term rather than permanent contracts? Or do you have to combine research work with another role?) @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Also helps with knowledge transfer into clinical practice #Otalk https://t.co/T3jSAQFt3w
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
@BillWongOT @pd2ot @mirnoonanOT I totally agree. #OTalk
Dr Niamh Kinsella @NiamhKinsella
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Doing a PhD which I consider training to be a novice researcher #OTalk
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
@kateturnerOT @PlymUni That sounds really interesting! As an OT working in dementia care and starting out in research I'd be very interested in your findings #OTalk
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@kateturnerOT @PlymUni No, well not yet, i finished my MSc and would love to get more involved in research but not sure where to go next. Im currently the student officer at RCOT #OTalk
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
@mirnoonanOT @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes That's great Miriam. I'm really pleased I took the leap to return to study too! #OTalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
This time with #Otalk, oops!! https://t.co/fJOLjgxWgT
#OTalk @OTalk_
Oh.. after my PhD I applied to do a post doc as a 'pure researcher' rather than a clinical academic and totally enjoyed it but big drop in salary #OTalk https://t.co/Z9zgchFQsX
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @mirnoonanOT: I'm with you on this @pd2ot part clinical part research would be the amazing! #OTalk https://t.co/eSmA5W6s5H
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@preston_jenny Yes- even with my autism research... real life experiences help me focus on what should be researched. #otalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Second question #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Are there financially secure research jobs? (i.e. Are there only fixed/ short term rather than permanent contracts? Or do you have to combine research work with another role?) @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes It feels like step 1. The hoop you have to jump through to get the qualification to have a research career. That said, research is also done by people who don't have a PhD. #OTalk
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@pd2ot @mirnoonanOT #OTalk so important to stay rooted in patient care even if no longer a full time clinician. Many ways to do that.
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Woo! Hoo! #OTalk @ROTTERsPlym @KatrinaBannigan@LynneGoodacre and @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8A9ETSfi3o
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk I imagine that there is a percentage of OT's with PhD's who didn't continue with a research career - it could be the culmination of an academic career rather than the starting point?
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
OK - and what was is the difference about the two environments? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/W5vrE8etdG
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Second question #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Are there financially secure research jobs? (i.e. Are there only fixed/ short term rather than permanent contracts? Or do you have to combine research work with another role?) @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
#OTalk @OTalk_
Here is Q2 everyone #OTalk https://t.co/9cHJK0PzXV
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@kateturnerOT @mirnoonanOT @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes In the US, this is a more and more popular move with some #otgeekโ€™s. #otalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@marionfwalker @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes The Research world is the OTs Oyster, every role from recruiter, advisor, intervention deliverer, independent assessor to Principal or Chief investigator #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
And do you see this as the start to a viable research career in occupational therapy? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/hW93NbDbGb
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @marionfwalker: @pd2ot @mirnoonanOT #OTalk so important to stay rooted in patient care even if no longer a full time clinician. Many ways to do that.
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @kateturnerOT: @mirnoonanOT @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes That's great Miriam. I'm really pleased I took the leap to return to study too! #OTalk
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @dianecox61: No but multi tasking #otalk https://t.co/qYN4FMdR9o
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
I agree Miriam - was a leap but worth it #OTalk https://t.co/nRyVH4PHYA
Faye Dunford @FayeDunford
@alisonfwarren @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes You also get the opportunity to work as a rater within NHS research delivery #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @marionfwalker: @pd2ot @mirnoonanOT #OTalk so important to stay rooted in patient care even if no longer a full time clinician. Many ways to do that.
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
RT @marionfwalker: @pd2ot @mirnoonanOT #OTalk so important to stay rooted in patient care even if no longer a full time clinician. Many ways to do that.
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Oh OK - does this need to change if we want people to have viable research careers in occupational therapy #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/D0bXtStv3D
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @mirnoonanOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Perhaps because I am unsure why lies ahead and what is out there! I think perhaps there is more likelihood of obaining this kind of role in the UK as opposed to Ireland #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @FayeDunford: @alisonfwarren @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes You also get the opportunity to work as a rater within NHS research delivery #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Can you describe a couple @marionfwalker #OTalk https://t.co/58qcz3z5nq
Dr Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I think it can be ideal. If Iโ€™m asked โ€˜what area of Occupational Therapy do you specialise in?โ€™ my response is research and academia. Iโ€™m certainly not a specialist but we need people with areas of expertise in these roles as much as clinical roles #Otalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @pd2ot: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes It feels like step 1. The hoop you have to jump through to get the qualification to have a research career. That said, research is also done by people who don't have a PhD. #OTalk
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
RT @Rehab_Research: @marionfwalker @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes The Research world is the OTs Oyster, every role from recruiter, advisor, intervention deliverer, independent assessor to Principal or Chief investigator #OTalk
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
Sadly in #highered itโ€™s a requirement for many staff to do PhDโ€™s but once theyโ€™ve completed its seen as a tick the box exercise. However, this is hard work and a steep learning curve and I donโ€™t plan to stop at graduation. โ€˜Iโ€™ve not come this far to only come this farโ€™ #OTalk https://t.co/JK7jQ6gWvF
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
My post is a permanent contract and after 10 years still loving the mix of clinical and research #Otalk https://t.co/gC7u7RUBd6
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
But how do you secure these roles @Rehab_Research? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/CUaOMU3hqD
Anna Pettican @AnnaPettican
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Absolutely! #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @alisonfwarren: I am here....somewhere between Carlisle and Plymouth with a dodgy phone signal! #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@OTalk_ In US, we face same dilemma with post docโ€™s. #otalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@pd2ot @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Absolutely! There are many ways to get involved in research #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
@FayeDunford @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes Good to know Faye and what kind of research has this involved? #otalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
@marionfwalker @pd2ot When I started my PhD i struggled trying to maintain my identity as an OT but realised there are many ways to stay connected to patient care even if not directly involved #OTalk
David @daviddrraigmore
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk I found a post-doc full time research role quite isolating. The disappointments associated with research- funding/ grant applications/ papers rejected would have been easier with peer support.
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @DadgeNellie: Nellie Dadge, virgin twitterer here and following chat #OTalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@marionfwalker @mirnoonanOT Definitely. I got the same feeling during my pilot work and data collection as the reason for the study was rooted in those participants who gave their time/thoughts/'data'. #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @Rehab_Research: @pd2ot @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Absolutely! There are many ways to get involved in research #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Absolutely. Where Iโ€™m studying we are called PhD researchers and discouraged from calling ourselves students. Definitely consider myself in a research role #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @SimpsonResearch: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Iโ€™ve considered being an MRes student a research role #OTalk
Melanie Burrough @MelanieBurrough
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I have seen little opportunity for clinical academics above 8a equivalent, once clinical academic path is followed where do you head afterwards? Big challenge for #nhs professionals #OTalk @OTalk_
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
@preston_jenny This sound fabulous. Can you tell us how you achieved this? I saw that you wrote your own job description did you factor into a '10 year plan? #OTalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
RT @daviddrplymouth: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk I found a post-doc full time research role quite isolating. The disappointments associated with research- funding/ grant applications/ papers rejected would have been easier with peer support.
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So being a clinical academic is not essential for research to reflect the concerns of the people we work with? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8ZNbAkqH2o
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @lyn_wes: I'm here. Inexpert tweeter - should have #OTalk ! How can we ensure the workplace supports research? @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsPlym https://t.co/tDK9uwgZg5
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@OTalk_ There are new clinical academic roles and academic ones, The path may not be easy or paved with gold but the rewards are rich #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
#otalk great answer - for me was always part of role regardless if clinical or in academia @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @OTalk_ https://t.co/FpdBwIRnzV
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
@Amie_OT @PlymUni Brilliant Amie! If you've got the research bug I'd definitely recommend a PhD, though I know I'm really lucky for mine to be funded. Definitely explore your options! https://t.co/3sCp2dnufu is where I found mine #OTalk
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So being a clinical academic is not essential for research to reflect the concerns of the people we work with? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8ZNbAkqH2o
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
@AelfridaP @mirnoonanOT @pd2ot I've read about that study and thought it sounded really interesting! I considered applying for a research assistant post related to the study when it was available but eventually accepted another clinical post instead with the hope I could introduce research into the role #OTalk
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I have very limited knowledge of the topic, but do clinical academic career paths count? #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Does this reflect the stage in development of the profession? Or something else #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/6zIvwsAmyV
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I think it can be ideal. If Iโ€™m asked โ€˜what area of Occupational Therapy do you specialise in?โ€™ my response is research and academia. Iโ€™m certainly not a specialist but we need people with areas of expertise in these roles as much as clinical roles #Otalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Any ideas where that might have been found @daviddrplymouth #otalk post doc roles are tough with high expectations https://t.co/4miqn5B4sJ
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
At PhD level I have been able to be 'selfish' and keep things on the exact topic I want, I wonder about having to do more 'research that fits the funding opportunities' post-doc? #OTalk https://t.co/r26NTqIFvq
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Absolutely. Where Iโ€™m studying we are called PhD researchers and discouraged from calling ourselves students. Definitely consider myself in a research role #OTalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I hope so, interesting reading others responses to this question. I think there is more paths to follow than I realised! #OTalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @Rehab_Research: @marionfwalker @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes The Research world is the OTs Oyster, every role from recruiter, advisor, intervention deliverer, independent assessor to Principal or Chief investigator #OTalk
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
RT @MelanieBurrough: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I have seen little opportunity for clinical academics above 8a equivalent, once clinical academic path is followed where do you head afterwards? Big challenge for #nhs professionals #OTalk @OTalk_
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So being a clinical academic is not essential for research to reflect the concerns of the people we work with? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8ZNbAkqH2o
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
@SimpsonResearch @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I am completing an individual dissertation surrounding therapist self-disclosure by occupational therapists in the therapeutic relationship as part of my MSc. I like to think I am making a small contribution to research in OT! @OTalk_ #Otalk
SarahBarkerOT @smb1607
@KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Reading with interest tonight. Newly qualified and considering career options. Would really like to follow a research route but no idea where to start! #otalk
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk There is a conundrum - making research accessible and at the same time of a high standard - How about a module..... - 'finding out stuff systematically' .......
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @dianecox61: #otalk great answer - for me was always part of role regardless if clinical or in academia @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @OTalk_ https://t.co/FpdBwIRnzV
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @kateturnerOT: @Amie_OT @PlymUni Brilliant Amie! If you've got the research bug I'd definitely recommend a PhD, though I know I'm really lucky for mine to be funded. Definitely explore your options! https://t.co/3sCp2dnufu is where I found mine #OTalk
Sara Rogers @SaraOT1980
#OTalk Iโ€™m here lurking this evening...interesting to find out more about the role of research in occupational therapy. All of my reading so far indicates that more occupational therapists need to be contributing to the evidence base
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So are you arguing that research is integral to all roles rather than a role in an of itself? Is the question about viable research careers wrong headed? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/UxFz62EPk0
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes When I looked I'll admit a lot of what I saw was fixed term contracts, which may have just been due to my geographical or preferred topic area - but a lack of financial security particularly when looking to try and buy a property in the future, was a deterrent to applying #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Thanks for the share a great resource for anyone looking for a PhD #OTalk https://t.co/hNPTXFLUmk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Not at all and I can't believe how quickly the 10 years has gone. I was appointed as a Consultant OT on completion of my PhD. My roles both clinically and as a researcher have grown and developed over this time and help hold my interest #Otalk https://t.co/a23QTd69ph
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@mirnoonanOT @marionfwalker @pd2ot True. I think Deborah Pitts (who was my MH instructor and eventually got her PhD) was a great example. #otalk
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@OTalk_ However ideal way is as a clinical academic #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@LelanieBrewer Absolutely whatโ€™s the point in developing skills and doing nothing with them? #researchcapacitydevelopment #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Great to have you on board @SaraOT1980 #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/o8ZaiG90Xz
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Third question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Is it possible to work solely on occupation focussed research projects? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @mirnoonanOT: @marionfwalker @pd2ot When I started my PhD i struggled trying to maintain my identity as an OT but realised there are many ways to stay connected to patient care even if not directly involved #OTalk
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@kateturnerOT @PlymUni I've had a look a couple of times on there. Just haven't made that jump yet #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @OTalk_: Thanks for the share a great resource for anyone looking for a PhD #OTalk https://t.co/hNPTXFLUmk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @smb1607: @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Reading with interest tonight. Newly qualified and considering career options. Would really like to follow a research route but no idea where to start! #otalk
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
Im realising you have to create your own research career path with the right people & environment around you to achieve it plus good mentors & supervisors to pick you up, dust you off and give you a push when you hit a barrier @CarolKellyEHU @BHSGLpool @Kathryn42628571 #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
Yes, no and maybe @OTalk_ #otalk - all have merits - for me I can never separate the roles @KatrinaBannigan https://t.co/nJUVSwI0UQ
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @BethanyChitty: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes When I looked I'll admit a lot of what I saw was fixed term contracts, which may have just been due to my geographical or preferred topic area - but a lack of financial security particularly when looking to try and buy a property in the future, was a deterrent to applying #OTalk
Lyn @lyn_wes
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So are you arguing that research is integral to all roles rather than a role in an of itself? Is the question about viable research careers wrong headed? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/UxFz62EPk0
#OTalk @OTalk_
This is an important factor for many considering full time research as a career #OTAlk esp for early career researchers https://t.co/IHaLSNIvnV
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
But is part of the point that people do not feel the jobs which will enable them to use the skills are available? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/GlvbhbWpEt
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @kateturnerOT: @Amie_OT @PlymUni Brilliant Amie! If you've got the research bug I'd definitely recommend a PhD, though I know I'm really lucky for mine to be funded. Definitely explore your options! https://t.co/3sCp2dnufu is where I found mine #OTalk
Alicia Ridout @AliciaRidout
RT @KatrinaBannigan: But is part of the point that people do not feel the jobs which will enable them to use the skills are available? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/GlvbhbWpEt
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @SimpsonResearch: Im realising you have to create your own research career path with the right people & environment around you to achieve it plus good mentors & supervisors to pick you up, dust you off and give you a push when you hit a barrier @CarolKellyEHU @BHSGLpool @Kathryn42628571 #OTalk
Faye Dunford @FayeDunford
@alisonfwarren @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @KatrinaBannigan @PIELRes Hi Alison, a large proportion of the rating work undertaken at DPT is within dementia research and some adult mental health studies #OTalk
Nellie Dadge @DadgeNellie
RT @smb1607: @KatrinaBannigan @ROTTERsPlym @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Reading with interest tonight. Newly qualified and considering career options. Would really like to follow a research route but no idea where to start! #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @preston_jenny: Not at all and I can't believe how quickly the 10 years has gone. I was appointed as a Consultant OT on completion of my PhD. My roles both clinically and as a researcher have grown and developed over this time and help hold my interest #Otalk https://t.co/a23QTd69ph
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @SimpsonResearch: Im realising you have to create your own research career path with the right people & environment around you to achieve it plus good mentors & supervisors to pick you up, dust you off and give you a push when you hit a barrier @CarolKellyEHU @BHSGLpool @Kathryn42628571 #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@mirnoonanOT @marionfwalker @pd2ot We also second clinical therapists to our research teams and engage with clinical practice, patients and other public stakeholders to ensure our research questions are relevant, timely and important and results can be implemented #OTalk
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@OTalk_ @daviddrplymouth #OTalk absolutely essential you are working in a critical mass where you can get support and a friendly hug when the successful/rejection letter comes
#OTalk @OTalk_
OK folks. Time is flying here's Q 3 #OTAlk https://t.co/3wvwFUlUEy
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Do you think there are roles for occupational therapists who want to be researchers or do we have to accept it will always be part of another role? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/KTbddO4cYA
Aelfrida Palmer๐Ÿ’™ @AelfridaP
The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Third question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Is it possible to work solely on occupation focussed research projects? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @SimpsonResearch: Im realising you have to create your own research career path with the right people & environment around you to achieve it plus good mentors & supervisors to pick you up, dust you off and give you a push when you hit a barrier @CarolKellyEHU @BHSGLpool @Kathryn42628571 #OTalk
Anna Pettican @AnnaPettican
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk When I was in HE I was in a teaching role and it was really hard to find time for research. I think u have to be prepared to make compromises and consider short-term/flexible roles particularly when finishing ur PhD and starting out in post-doc role
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Third question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Is it possible to work solely on occupation focussed research projects? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
RT @OTalk_: This is an important factor for many considering full time research as a career #OTAlk esp for early career researchers https://t.co/IHaLSNIvnV
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
That sounds like a good innovation - how is that funded @Rehab_Research? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/2a9sQQNH21
David @daviddrraigmore
@OTalk_ #otalk I was lucky to be attached to a unit with a supportive professor. She did not have an OT background so informal contacts with practitioners provided an OT sounding board
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @Rehab_Research: @mirnoonanOT @marionfwalker @pd2ot We also second clinical therapists to our research teams and engage with clinical practice, patients and other public stakeholders to ensure our research questions are relevant, timely and important and results can be implemented #OTalk
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @AelfridaP: The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
Lyn @lyn_wes
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I would like to think research was part of everyone's business but with a real big chunk option for those who can move ahead here #OTalk
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
@Amie_OT @kateturnerOT #OTalk also look at Professional Doctorates - the focus on application to practice aligns well with OT practice.
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@pd2ot @mirnoonanOT And it always should #OTalk
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
@pd2ot Good point! I've worked for many years in the voluntary sector where we constantly talked about mission drift due to needing to follow the money. Is there such a thing as #Research drift? #OTalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @AnnaPettican: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk When I was in HE I was in a teaching role and it was really hard to find time for research. I think u have to be prepared to make compromises and consider short-term/flexible roles particularly when finishing ur PhD and starting out in post-doc role
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk I think it needs to become possible for us to have the quality of evidence to stop every literature review concluding 'the evidence-base is weak' ;) but my perception is that it would be hard. Maybe depends on the university attached to?
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @AelfridaP: The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
Faye Dunford @FayeDunford
@SimpsonResearch @CarolKellyEHU @BHSGLpool @Kathryn42628571 Absolutely! Ditto #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
That's great - how have you created this role @AelfridaP? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/1ppCYiDzo3
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So being a clinical academic is not essential for research to reflect the concerns of the people we work with? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/8ZNbAkqH2o
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @AelfridaP: The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
Again both - as it depends on the person, the project, funding, opportunity - perseverance to embed in role specific or otherwise @OTalk_ #otalk @KatrinaBannigan https://t.co/XcxRmd8Ei4
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @AnnaPettican: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk When I was in HE I was in a teaching role and it was really hard to find time for research. I think u have to be prepared to make compromises and consider short-term/flexible roles particularly when finishing ur PhD and starting out in post-doc role
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: That's great - how have you created this role @AelfridaP? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/1ppCYiDzo3
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@HD55 @kateturnerOT I'll take a look, thanl you! #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @preston_jenny: My post is a permanent contract and after 10 years still loving the mix of clinical and research #Otalk https://t.co/gC7u7RUBd6
Nellie Dadge @DadgeNellie
RT @lyn_wes: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I would like to think research was part of everyone's business but with a real big chunk option for those who can move ahead here #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Rehab_Research: @mirnoonanOT @marionfwalker @pd2ot We also second clinical therapists to our research teams and engage with clinical practice, patients and other public stakeholders to ensure our research questions are relevant, timely and important and results can be implemented #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
So developing your networks kept you connected #OTalk https://t.co/qrvq8gYxgM
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
@Rehab_Research I agree but a lot of institutions see it as a tick the box exercise along with HEA fellowship. I blame all the metrics in #highered for this and unfortunately other factors come into play to like admin cuts etc... #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
And is your sense that the funding opportunities will not allow you to research occupation related topics or am I misunderstanding you? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/5eCdxtFbDY
claire kettlewell @clairelouOT
@dianecox61 @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @OTalk_ #otalk I never realised much OT relies on research as a student I'm continuely looking for new research and new points of view for essays... which is interesting, although not sure I'm a huge fan can't see me doing a Msc. Think I'll stick to bread and butter OT when I graduate.
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@marionfwalker @OTalk_ @daviddrplymouth Or sometimes a phone call to somebody who will listen and mentor. #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
@marionfwalker @OTalk_ @daviddrplymouth I agree... guess we have to seek out the critical mass.. not always easy #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @HD55: @Amie_OT @kateturnerOT #OTalk also look at Professional Doctorates - the focus on application to practice aligns well with OT practice.
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
@daviddrplymouth @OTalk_ Agree with these, really important to network and make those links with other OTs #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @KatrinaBannigan: And is your sense that the funding opportunities will not allow you to research occupation related topics or am I misunderstanding you? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/5eCdxtFbDY
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk itโ€™s important to know that fixed term contracts are a reality in research - so important to have a mentor who can help you navigate and support you with this.
Helen Blomfield @helenblomfield8
#OTalk I have got the research bug too. Health Education England have started to open up their leadership fellowships to AHP. I start this Aug as an 'Education, Research and Innovation Leadership Fellow.
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So is it more that if we want a viable research career it is something we have to create ourselves and that there are not the roles as there are with other parts of the profession #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/SCh6zC35WU
Sam Whiting @SWhitingOT
RT @LelanieBrewer: Sadly in #highered itโ€™s a requirement for many staff to do PhDโ€™s but once theyโ€™ve completed its seen as a tick the box exercise. However, this is hard work and a steep learning curve and I donโ€™t plan to stop at graduation. โ€˜Iโ€™ve not come this far to only come this farโ€™ #OTalk https://t.co/JK7jQ6gWvF
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
It can be a tough journey definitely need peer support #OTalk https://t.co/gxv7qP9QG5
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@HD55 @Amie_OT @kateturnerOT I have one (in the US). I think it really depends on how you use it. #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @dianecox61: Again both - as it depends on the person, the project, funding, opportunity - perseverance to embed in role specific or otherwise @OTalk_ #otalk @KatrinaBannigan https://t.co/XcxRmd8Ei4
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @KatrinaBannigan: That's great - how have you created this role @AelfridaP? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/1ppCYiDzo3
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @OTalk_: So developing your networks kept you connected #OTalk https://t.co/qrvq8gYxgM
David @daviddrraigmore
@OTalk_ #OTalk yes, maintaining existing networks and establishing new networks is pretty critical
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @LelanieBrewer: @Rehab_Research I agree but a lot of institutions see it as a tick the box exercise along with HEA fellowship. I blame all the metrics in #highered for this and unfortunately other factors come into play to like admin cuts etc... #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@pd2ot @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Or sometimes the concept itself. Look at sensory integration. #otalk
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Does this reflect the stage in development of the profession? Or something else #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/6zIvwsAmyV
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @BillWongOT: @marionfwalker @OTalk_ @daviddrplymouth Or sometimes a phone call to somebody who will listen and mentor. #otalk
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk but some NIHR fellowships can be a good way to secure a tenured university academic post.
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So being a researcher in occupational therapy is different to other roles? Wherehave you got your peer support from @Rehab_Research? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/7qgPpHZzlB
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I enjoy other aspects of education too so donโ€™t want to narrow it down to only research but think there should be more opportunities to do both #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @Rehab_Research: It can be a tough journey definitely need peer support #OTalk https://t.co/gxv7qP9QG5
Lydia Ward @LydiaWardOT
I'm currently sat writing up the findings from my Msc. research project & really enjoying following the #otalk chat! Exciting to think this could be a way my future career goes! #opportunities #research @OTalk_ @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERsPlym
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So is it more that if we want a viable research career it is something we have to create ourselves and that there are not the roles as there are with other parts of the profession #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/SCh6zC35WU
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @helenblomfield8: #OTalk I have got the research bug too. Health Education England have started to open up their leadership fellowships to AHP. I start this Aug as an 'Education, Research and Innovation Leadership Fellow.
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @daviddrplymouth: @OTalk_ #OTalk yes, maintaining existing networks and establishing new networks is pretty critical
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @helenblomfield8: #OTalk I have got the research bug too. Health Education England have started to open up their leadership fellowships to AHP. I start this Aug as an 'Education, Research and Innovation Leadership Fellow.
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @marionfwalker: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk but some NIHR fellowships can be a good way to secure a tenured university academic post.
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@helenblomfield8 Sounds like a great opportunity! #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
This is why itโ€™s important to think about where you might locate post doc research #OTalk Iโ€™m not sure how many people plan beyond their PhD. Tend to Complete it and then wonder what next.... https://t.co/y1g1v5uUQi
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @marionfwalker: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk itโ€™s important to know that fixed term contracts are a reality in research - so important to have a mentor who can help you navigate and support you with this.
Faye Dunford @FayeDunford
@OTalk_ I did when leading the delivery of the Valuing Active Life in Dementia project at Devon Partnership Trust for Jennifer Wenborn at UCL. Fabulous research experience!... or develop your own research #OTalk
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
I think it might be challenging to be occupation focused if the project isnโ€™t specific to OT thatโ€™s why I think the NIHR ICA PhD is so appealing as they are really about you and your ideas therefore as an OT occupation occupation occupation #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
So is being a researcher the same as being an academic - do you have to teach as well? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/UCWg9Ntsvp
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @dianecox61: #otalk great answer - for me was always part of role regardless if clinical or in academia @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @OTalk_ https://t.co/FpdBwIRnzV
Beverley Harden FCSP ๐Ÿ’™ @BeverleyHarden
RT @AelfridaP: The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
#otalk more opportunities now than they were before but still needs OTs to apply for posts - have confidence in our research skills and the importance of occupation focussed research @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre https://t.co/f288BRQyrS
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @daviddrplymouth: @OTalk_ #OTalk yes, maintaining existing networks and establishing new networks is pretty critical
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@clairelou101 @dianecox61 @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @OTalk_ I anticipated that when I was in OT school. But I am not cut out for it because I donโ€™t feel I can handle the demands of a PhD (though I do have a clinical doctorate in US). #otalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@daviddrplymouth @OTalk_ Never now when past connections will come in handy #otalk
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
RT @marionfwalker: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk but some NIHR fellowships can be a good way to secure a tenured university academic post.
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes My perception is that they might be less plentiful/require skilful rationale to justify. I'm quite keen to find out how others experience it at other universities? (struggling for words here - let's just say there are complications with being 'Russell Group') #OTalk
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @OTalk_: This is why itโ€™s important to think about where you might locate post doc research #OTalk Iโ€™m not sure how many people plan beyond their PhD. Tend to Complete it and then wonder what next.... https://t.co/y1g1v5uUQi
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
I think @NIHR funding for internships and fellowships are incredible and I can see that there are many more opportunities now than there were at the start of my career #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/UCWg9Ntsvp
Lelanie ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ @LelanieBrewer
Iโ€™m self funding to the PhD I want to with amazing supervisors but hope to secure funding support along the way #OTalk https://t.co/XXc8VyLTrL
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @FayeDunford: @OTalk_ I did when leading the delivery of the Valuing Active Life in Dementia project at Devon Partnership Trust for Jennifer Wenborn at UCL. Fabulous research experience!... or develop your own research #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @daviddrplymouth: @OTalk_ #OTalk yes, maintaining existing networks and establishing new networks is pretty critical
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Fourth question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Where do you find out about research jobs? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @caralawrence: @daviddrplymouth @OTalk_ Never now when past connections will come in handy #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @dianecox61: #otalk more opportunities now than they were before but still needs OTs to apply for posts - have confidence in our research skills and the importance of occupation focussed research @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre https://t.co/f288BRQyrS
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@daviddrplymouth @OTalk_ And I know some researchers have strong connections with service users of the populations they research with. #otalk
Helen Blomfield @helenblomfield8
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk. Lots of opportunities opening up for AHPs. I start a Leadership Fellow in Education, Research and Innovation with Health Education England in Aug.
Miriam Crowe @DrMiriamOT
Bit late but here for a nosy at this eveningโ€™s #OTalk - having gone straight from undergraduate to PhD, now clinical, I havenโ€™t quite figured out what I want to do in the long term - I think both. But doing a PhD was transformative in seeing that I can do research...and enjoy it!
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @dianecox61: #otalk more opportunities now than they were before but still needs OTs to apply for posts - have confidence in our research skills and the importance of occupation focussed research @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre https://t.co/f288BRQyrS
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @FayeDunford: @OTalk_ I did when leading the delivery of the Valuing Active Life in Dementia project at Devon Partnership Trust for Jennifer Wenborn at UCL. Fabulous research experience!... or develop your own research #OTalk
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: So is being a researcher the same as being an academic - do you have to teach as well? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/UCWg9Ntsvp
#OTalk @OTalk_
OK everyone hereโ€™s the next question #OTalk https://t.co/ZXm8M6SwEB
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni If I were more proactive about this, I would say from my own research faculty in OT school. #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @helenblomfield8: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk. Lots of opportunities opening up for AHPs. I start a Leadership Fellow in Education, Research and Innovation with Health Education England in Aug.
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
I agree because I have seen occupational therapists miss out on the @NIHR MClinRes programme because it had finished by the time they were 'ready'! #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/7nlu7gM8Nx
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @preston_jenny: Not at all and I can't believe how quickly the 10 years has gone. I was appointed as a Consultant OT on completion of my PhD. My roles both clinically and as a researcher have grown and developed over this time and help hold my interest #Otalk https://t.co/a23QTd69ph
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
I find that being established within a research group or network is invaluable in providing peer support and ongoing mentoring as there is always more to learn #OTalk https://t.co/sFPbr8c9Y5
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @helenblomfield8: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk. Lots of opportunities opening up for AHPs. I start a Leadership Fellow in Education, Research and Innovation with Health Education England in Aug.
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @kateturnerOT: @Amie_OT @PlymUni Brilliant Amie! If you've got the research bug I'd definitely recommend a PhD, though I know I'm really lucky for mine to be funded. Definitely explore your options! https://t.co/3sCp2dnufu is where I found mine #OTalk
Andy Graham @AndyG_OT
@dianecox61 @OTalk_ @KatrinaBannigan I think any healthcare problem/question can be viewed through an occupation lens. My PhD is supervised by x3 Physios but I use occupational science terms and I'm more biopsychosocial focussed which is what the modern day PT clinicians/researchers aspire to be! #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @LelanieBrewer: Iโ€™m self funding to the PhD I want to with amazing supervisors but hope to secure funding support along the way #OTalk https://t.co/XXc8VyLTrL
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @KatrinaBannigan: I agree because I have seen occupational therapists miss out on the @NIHR MClinRes programme because it had finished by the time they were 'ready'! #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/7nlu7gM8Nx
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@elle9891 #OTalk research isnโ€™t for everyone. Good to know your preference
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @Amie_OT: @kateturnerOT @PlymUni No, well not yet, i finished my MSc and would love to get more involved in research but not sure where to go next. Im currently the student officer at RCOT #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @KatrinaBannigan: I think @NIHR funding for internships and fellowships are incredible and I can see that there are many more opportunities now than there were at the start of my career #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/UCWg9Ntsvp
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @helenblomfield8: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk. Lots of opportunities opening up for AHPs. I start a Leadership Fellow in Education, Research and Innovation with Health Education England in Aug.
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @kateturnerOT: Lovely to join #OTalk as a second year PhD student. I'm very lucky to have a funded studentship with @PlymUni to explore accessibility of air travel for people living with #dementia
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @DrMiriamOT: Bit late but here for a nosy at this eveningโ€™s #OTalk - having gone straight from undergraduate to PhD, now clinical, I havenโ€™t quite figured out what I want to do in the long term - I think both. But doing a PhD was transformative in seeing that I can do research...and enjoy it!
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni I think this is where networking is really important, speaking to people at conferences, CPD days, informing people about your research so they are aware of you. #OTalk
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @mirnoonanOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I hope so, interesting reading others responses to this question. I think there is more paths to follow than I realised! #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
I agree with Fellowships and studentships in Charities like the Alzheimers Society a great opportunity for OTs #OTalk @kateturnerOT @PIELRes https://t.co/QTXckyXNhT
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @OTalk_: OK everyone hereโ€™s the next question #OTalk https://t.co/ZXm8M6SwEB
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @mirnoonanOT: @daviddrplymouth @OTalk_ Agree with these, really important to network and make those links with other OTs #OTalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Fourth question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre Where do you find out about research jobs? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni
#OTalk @OTalk_
Was it a hard decision to go straight to PhD rather than clinical? This is a real option for others I think #OTalk https://t.co/oELAZSp7vG
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @BillWongOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni If I were more proactive about this, I would say from my own research faculty in OT school. #otalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @mirnoonanOT: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni I think this is where networking is really important, speaking to people at conferences, CPD days, informing people about your research so they are aware of you. #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @preston_jenny: I find that being established within a research group or network is invaluable in providing peer support and ongoing mentoring as there is always more to learn #OTalk https://t.co/sFPbr8c9Y5
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
It does seem that networking really is critical to having a viable research career #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/ps911e06BI
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: I agree because I have seen occupational therapists miss out on the @NIHR MClinRes programme because it had finished by the time they were 'ready'! #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/7nlu7gM8Nx
Andy Graham @AndyG_OT
@KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I applied for a @CAHPRNNorthEast grant as an NHS OT - good way in to research and money for service developments too #otalk
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @OTalk_: OK everyone hereโ€™s the next question #OTalk https://t.co/ZXm8M6SwEB
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @preston_jenny: I find that being established within a research group or network is invaluable in providing peer support and ongoing mentoring as there is always more to learn #OTalk https://t.co/sFPbr8c9Y5
Katy #FairPayForNursing๐Ÿ’™ #ProtectNurse @kwelsh1
RT @kateturnerOT: @Amie_OT @PlymUni Brilliant Amie! If you've got the research bug I'd definitely recommend a PhD, though I know I'm really lucky for mine to be funded. Definitely explore your options! https://t.co/3sCp2dnufu is where I found mine #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @preston_jenny: I find that being established within a research group or network is invaluable in providing peer support and ongoing mentoring as there is always more to learn #OTalk https://t.co/sFPbr8c9Y5
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @preston_jenny: I find that being established within a research group or network is invaluable in providing peer support and ongoing mentoring as there is always more to learn #OTalk https://t.co/sFPbr8c9Y5
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
RT @dianecox61: #otalk more opportunities now than they were before but still needs OTs to apply for posts - have confidence in our research skills and the importance of occupation focussed research @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre https://t.co/f288BRQyrS
Bethany Chitty @BethanyChitty
Really enjoying tonights #OTalk on #research, it had provoked some really good discussion on opportunities and challenges all of which is very interesting to someone like me who is interested in starting out in research.
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @andy83g: @dianecox61 @OTalk_ @KatrinaBannigan I think any healthcare problem/question can be viewed through an occupation lens. My PhD is supervised by x3 Physios but I use occupational science terms and I'm more biopsychosocial focussed which is what the modern day PT clinicians/researchers aspire to be! #otalk
Pamela Bennett @pamela1981
@HD55 @BillWongOT @Amie_OT @kateturnerOT Aimie, I agree with Heather, look at the Prof Doc courses if you are interested in applying research to practice. I'm in the middle of mine right now #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@mirnoonanOT @daviddrplymouth @OTalk_ Yes networks fundamental to success #otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
That is also important but if it is your bag do you think it is a viable career option for other than a very few people? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/XDnGRLJfmW
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @KatrinaBannigan: It does seem that networking really is critical to having a viable research career #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/ps911e06BI
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @helenblomfield8: #OTalk I have got the research bug too. Health Education England have started to open up their leadership fellowships to AHP. I start this Aug as an 'Education, Research and Innovation Leadership Fellow.
Sharon Tuppeny @sharontuppenyot
I think pure research roles are rare and sadly not always v well supported or encouraged - tho there are exceptions. Leadership needed to develop opportunities and support staff keen to pursue research careers #OTalk https://t.co/SkFBW3CwzF
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @AelfridaP: The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@preston_jenny I know that the US OT autism research group is pretty tight knit. It is pretty cool that I got involved in that circle. #otalk
Nellie Dadge @DadgeNellie
RT @KatrinaBannigan: It does seem that networking really is critical to having a viable research career #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/ps911e06BI
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @andy83g: @dianecox61 @OTalk_ @KatrinaBannigan I think any healthcare problem/question can be viewed through an occupation lens. My PhD is supervised by x3 Physios but I use occupational science terms and I'm more biopsychosocial focussed which is what the modern day PT clinicians/researchers aspire to be! #otalk
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @andy83g: I've recently left the NHS to do a full-time PhD for the love of research! #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @marionfwalker: @elle9891 #OTalk research isnโ€™t for everyone. Good to know your preference
Jackie Pottle @JackiePottleOT
@preston_jenny #Otalk copy of job description would be great if possible as my dream job would involve privilege of expectation of research instead of doing as an extra ( and mostly in my own time ) thanks for sharing
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Great to hear @andy83g What do you plan to do next? Is this a first step in a viable research career for you? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/eeVLzi77pt
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @OTalk_: This is why itโ€™s important to think about where you might locate post doc research #OTalk Iโ€™m not sure how many people plan beyond their PhD. Tend to Complete it and then wonder what next.... https://t.co/y1g1v5uUQi
Sam Whiting @SWhitingOT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: That is also important but if it is your bag do you think it is a viable career option for other than a very few people? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/XDnGRLJfmW
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@marionfwalker @elle9891 And also capabilities. #otalk
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@BethanyChitty You're not the only one! Im definatley finding it really interesting too! #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@LydiaWardOT @OTalk_ @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERsPlym Check out opportunities as part of the NIHR ICA pathway #OTalk
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @AnnaPettican: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk When I was in HE I was in a teaching role and it was really hard to find time for research. I think u have to be prepared to make compromises and consider short-term/flexible roles particularly when finishing ur PhD and starting out in post-doc role
ElspethOT @Els_OT
@KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes The @NIHR funding opportunities are incredible, itโ€™s also important to seek out a supportive and enthusiastic supervisor to enable you apply for funding #Otalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
While I ended up doing a clinical research fellowship I was also applying for 'straight' PhD studentships at the end of ug. I really think it needs to become the norm for more people. Other subjects routinely do it! #OTalk https://t.co/HK1UFPOVFB
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
RT @sharontuppenyot: I think pure research roles are rare and sadly not always v well supported or encouraged - tho there are exceptions. Leadership needed to develop opportunities and support staff keen to pursue research careers #OTalk https://t.co/SkFBW3CwzF
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
@preston_jenny I concur, especially if there is curry!! #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Does that leadership need to come from within the profession? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/Wh4Ht9LYwv
Sam Whiting @SWhitingOT
RT @Els_OT: @KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes The @NIHR funding opportunities are incredible, itโ€™s also important to seek out a supportive and enthusiastic supervisor to enable you apply for funding #Otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @pd2ot: While I ended up doing a clinical research fellowship I was also applying for 'straight' PhD studentships at the end of ug. I really think it needs to become the norm for more people. Other subjects routinely do it! #OTalk https://t.co/HK1UFPOVFB
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@pamela1981 @HD55 @BillWongOT @kateturnerOT Im definatley going to have a look at it! Thank you both #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @pd2ot: While I ended up doing a clinical research fellowship I was also applying for 'straight' PhD studentships at the end of ug. I really think it needs to become the norm for more people. Other subjects routinely do it! #OTalk https://t.co/HK1UFPOVFB
Andy Graham @AndyG_OT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Talk to anyone and everyone about your research! I likw to explain mine via the outcome of enabling amputees to engage in meaningful activities by managing their phantom limb pain #otalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
There is an important thing here about it being a career as a researcher or as a research occupational therapist which maybe needs teasing out a bit more how wedded are we to our prof. Identity #OTAlk https://t.co/nNI3FZO14X
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: That is also important but if it is your bag do you think it is a viable career option for other than a very few people? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/XDnGRLJfmW
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Absolutely #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/dAqzLAp8eO
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
RT @Els_OT: @KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes The @NIHR funding opportunities are incredible, itโ€™s also important to seek out a supportive and enthusiastic supervisor to enable you apply for funding #Otalk
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk ...Yes....
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @OTalk_: There is an important thing here about it being a career as a researcher or as a research occupational therapist which maybe needs teasing out a bit more how wedded are we to our prof. Identity #OTAlk https://t.co/nNI3FZO14X
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Absolutely #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/dAqzLAp8eO
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
@alisonfwarren @kateturnerOT @PIELRes When in clinical they provided great opportunities for small research projects too.. not just when in full time research #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @pd2ot: While I ended up doing a clinical research fellowship I was also applying for 'straight' PhD studentships at the end of ug. I really think it needs to become the norm for more people. Other subjects routinely do it! #OTalk https://t.co/HK1UFPOVFB
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @HD55: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk ...Yes....
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
I agree - the two are often linked but are not the same #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/bvZitFwten
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@sharontuppenyot I think post docs in the US feel the same way. Yes... the very best ones get funding, but not terribly lot (though it depends on where you are geographically). #otalk
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @andy83g: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Talk to anyone and everyone about your research! I likw to explain mine via the outcome of enabling amputees to engage in meaningful activities by managing their phantom limb pain #otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @HD55: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk ...Yes....
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Not a problem, pm me with your email address and I will send it across #OTalk https://t.co/puPfIlu8f5
Aelfrida Palmer๐Ÿ’™ @AelfridaP
Research and Development Teams in NHS Trust/ Universities/ networking Need to be proactive. The more we shout about our skills, evidence our skills the more opportunities come our way. #Otalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @lee_o_nee: @alisonfwarren @kateturnerOT @PIELRes When in clinical they provided great opportunities for small research projects too.. not just when in full time research #OTalk
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
@alisonfwarren @PIELRes Great point @alisonfwarren hopefully #ot #researchers will be well represented at the new @alzheimerssoc #dementia centres of excellence #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes A full multidisciplinary team of academics and clinical academics who understand the challenges plus a mentor who works a little outside my field #otalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @marionfwalker: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk but some NIHR fellowships can be a good way to secure a tenured university academic post.
Nellie Dadge @DadgeNellie
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Does that leadership need to come from within the profession? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/Wh4Ht9LYwv
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
@OTalk_ And is it also that research should be a component of all of our careers whether as consumers, do-ers or leaders #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
@lee_o_nee @mirnoonanOT @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni Agreed! Loved networking with other OTs and sharing my group research project at the RCOT annual conference last year. #Otalk @OTalk_
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
RT @AelfridaP: Research and Development Teams in NHS Trust/ Universities/ networking Need to be proactive. The more we shout about our skills, evidence our skills the more opportunities come our way. #Otalk
Faye Dunford @FayeDunford
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes We absolutely need to lead! We need to seize opportunities, be creative and proactive in order to build research capacity for occupational therapy #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
If youโ€™re at RCOT2018 come and hear Andy do it in just 3 mins atour fringe event So Tell me about your research on Monday #Otalk will be a great event https://t.co/zfWRWi4X91
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @andy83g: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Talk to anyone and everyone about your research! I likw to explain mine via the outcome of enabling amputees to engage in meaningful activities by managing their phantom limb pain #otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
#otalk yes as we have the skills and knowledge however research is about teams so the leadership in some areas may be from others @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ https://t.co/hKSNwWUYrQ
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @KatrinaBannigan: @OTalk_ And is it also that research should be a component of all of our careers whether as consumers, do-ers or leaders #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes
Susan Corr๐Ÿ’™ @SusanCorr1
@marionfwalker @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk we also have a long way to go to have clinical academic posts (joint uni & NHS) as routine career options. Hopefully over time we can create more of these
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Fifth and last question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre What would be your top tip for an occupational therapist seeking a career in research? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: I agree - the two are often linked but are not the same #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/bvZitFwten
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @Rehab_Research: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes A full multidisciplinary team of academics and clinical academics who understand the challenges plus a mentor who works a little outside my field #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @dianecox61: #otalk yes as we have the skills and knowledge however research is about teams so the leadership in some areas may be from others @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ https://t.co/hKSNwWUYrQ
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @soleinj_: @lee_o_nee @mirnoonanOT @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni Agreed! Loved networking with other OTs and sharing my group research project at the RCOT annual conference last year. #Otalk @OTalk_
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @soleinj_: @lee_o_nee @mirnoonanOT @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni Agreed! Loved networking with other OTs and sharing my group research project at the RCOT annual conference last year. #Otalk @OTalk_
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
@ROTTERsPlym full concentr #OTalk
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@BillWongOT @elle9891 Absolutely!!! #OTalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
@JenniferMcAnuff @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Yes! #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @Rehab_Research: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes A full multidisciplinary team of academics and clinical academics who understand the challenges plus a mentor who works a little outside my field #otalk
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
RT @FayeDunford: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes We absolutely need to lead! We need to seize opportunities, be creative and proactive in order to build research capacity for occupational therapy #OTalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Part of my role involves research leadership for all allied health professions, not just occupational therapy, so I guess it could work both ways #OTalk https://t.co/7CgSlPhzUR
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @alisonfwarren: I agree with Fellowships and studentships in Charities like the Alzheimers Society a great opportunity for OTs #OTalk @kateturnerOT @PIELRes https://t.co/QTXckyXNhT
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @lee_o_nee: @alisonfwarren @kateturnerOT @PIELRes When in clinical they provided great opportunities for small research projects too.. not just when in full time research #OTalk
Andy Graham @AndyG_OT
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I want to stay in research, so yes, this is the first step - opportunities will open up I'm sure so I'm staying open minded. I think publications and poster presentations will assure me that I've made the step up to full researcher status! #OTalk
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Fifth and last question for #OTalk @LynneGoodacre What would be your top tip for an occupational therapist seeking a career in research? @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @BethanyChitty: I'm currently completing my #MRes and consider that participating in this is a #research role, particularly as I'm currently doing a placement (remote working) with a research study at present. I would definitely consider a #PHD to be a research role. #OTalk https://t.co/3LuJgzXzfU
#OTalk @OTalk_
Also https://t.co/9L1ieCsfyZ https://t.co/fDzMaotyuv for main stream PhD and Post doc jobs #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
And some grit. Writing grants and costing in your time is one way #otalk but youโ€™ll need to develop the craft of grant writing to keep yourself in work https://t.co/urdYSbntRq
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @helenblomfield8: #OTalk I have got the research bug too. Health Education England have started to open up their leadership fellowships to AHP. I start this Aug as an 'Education, Research and Innovation Leadership Fellow.
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @preston_jenny: I find that being established within a research group or network is invaluable in providing peer support and ongoing mentoring as there is always more to learn #OTalk https://t.co/sFPbr8c9Y5
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @andy83g: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I want to stay in research, so yes, this is the first step - opportunities will open up I'm sure so I'm staying open minded. I think publications and poster presentations will assure me that I've made the step up to full researcher status! #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
#otalk donโ€™t let people say you canโ€™t do it - if you have questions answer them - get on a research team and develop your keadership skills @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ https://t.co/QWlS5lc6sG
Dr Heather Baglee @HeatherBaglee
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk... longer answer - and also leadership from your employer and role models from a broad arena in health, social care and education.
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @FayeDunford: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes We absolutely need to lead! We need to seize opportunities, be creative and proactive in order to build research capacity for occupational therapy #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @KatrinaBannigan: I agree because I have seen occupational therapists miss out on the @NIHR MClinRes programme because it had finished by the time they were 'ready'! #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/7nlu7gM8Nx
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @andy83g: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Talk to anyone and everyone about your research! I likw to explain mine via the outcome of enabling amputees to engage in meaningful activities by managing their phantom limb pain #otalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
Everyone @ROTTERsPlym concentrating on full participation in #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro https://t.co/U02sx84WRw
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @HD55: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk... longer answer - and also leadership from your employer and role models from a broad arena in health, social care and education.
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
Take opportunities in any research roles...even a small role to learn and develop your skills and confidence. .whatever stage of your career #otalk @PIELRes @kateturnerOT https://t.co/ZCqRmurUCj
Prof Marion Walker MBE @marionfwalker
@SusanCorr1 @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk however we do need our OT and rehab managers to understand the value of research - my experience is it isnโ€™t always valued. Without research evidence we run the possibility of losing our professional credibility
#OTalk @OTalk_
Last 8 mins folks to add your thoughts #OTalk https://t.co/WtDtUZylMS
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @OTalk_: Also https://t.co/9L1ieCsfyZ https://t.co/fDzMaotyuv for main stream PhD and Post doc jobs #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
What do you need, as a leader, to put a research role in place? Is it always external funding? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni https://t.co/PS1Lw9BKVE
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @OTalk_: There is an important thing here about it being a career as a researcher or as a research occupational therapist which maybe needs teasing out a bit more how wedded are we to our prof. Identity #OTAlk https://t.co/nNI3FZO14X
Miriam Crowe @DrMiriamOT
t was hard & not something I had considered until it was suggested to me (thank you @ShonaH1961!). My concern was what would be my prospects post? Would clinical still be an option? But I was given the opportunity & was at a good stage to do it, so went for it. No regrets! #otalk https://t.co/L1cQ25q4CO
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @andy83g: @dianecox61 @OTalk_ @KatrinaBannigan I think any healthcare problem/question can be viewed through an occupation lens. My PhD is supervised by x3 Physios but I use occupational science terms and I'm more biopsychosocial focussed which is what the modern day PT clinicians/researchers aspire to be! #otalk
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
I'm struggling with the 'how we change expectations'. Browsing the RCOT timetable and saddened to see how few papers have ethical approval, so presumably not empirical research (crude analysis I know). Do they not exist/publish elsewhere/not get rcot support? #OTalk https://t.co/pxHfuRtEM8
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @lee_o_nee: Everyone @ROTTERsPlym concentrating on full participation in #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro https://t.co/U02sx84WRw
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @lee_o_nee: Everyone @ROTTERsPlym concentrating on full participation in #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro https://t.co/U02sx84WRw
Andy Graham @AndyG_OT
@OTalk_ Yeah, I really need to get that written - sorry will be no songs or interpretive dance from me but looking forward to it! #OTalk
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @KatrinaBannigan: It does seem that networking really is critical to having a viable research career #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/ps911e06BI
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @preston_jenny: Part of my role involves research leadership for all allied health professions, not just occupational therapy, so I guess it could work both ways #OTalk https://t.co/7CgSlPhzUR
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@dianecox61 @KatrinaBannigan @OTalk_ I love this advice! Thank you! #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes new PCAF now plus local bridging schemes such as @Silver_Scholars lots of opportunities to develop a PhD proposal with an academic mentor #otalk
Sue Parkinson @MOHOspark
RT @AelfridaP: The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @preston_jenny: I find that being established within a research group or network is invaluable in providing peer support and ongoing mentoring as there is always more to learn #OTalk https://t.co/sFPbr8c9Y5
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
@lee_o_nee @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro It's buzzing but silent! #OTalk
ElspethOT @Els_OT
RT @Rehab_Research: @KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes new PCAF now plus local bridging schemes such as @Silver_Scholars lots of opportunities to develop a PhD proposal with an academic mentor #otalk
Georgina cooke @Georginacooke19
RT @FayeDunford: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes We absolutely need to lead! We need to seize opportunities, be creative and proactive in order to build research capacity for occupational therapy #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @preston_jenny: Part of my role involves research leadership for all allied health professions, not just occupational therapy, so I guess it could work both ways #OTalk https://t.co/7CgSlPhzUR
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @andy83g: @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I want to stay in research, so yes, this is the first step - opportunities will open up I'm sure so I'm staying open minded. I think publications and poster presentations will assure me that I've made the step up to full researcher status! #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
Are we at the stage where we have the roles models e.g. @marionfwalker @Rehab_Research @niinamk to name a few #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni https://t.co/2TEiRH4qtt
Dr Sarah Mercer @pd2ot
RT @DrMiriamOT: t was hard & not something I had considered until it was suggested to me (thank you @ShonaH1961!). My concern was what would be my prospects post? Would clinical still be an option? But I was given the opportunity & was at a good stage to do it, so went for it. No regrets! #otalk https://t.co/L1cQ25q4CO
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @alisonfwarren: Take opportunities in any research roles...even a small role to learn and develop your skills and confidence. .whatever stage of your career #otalk @PIELRes @kateturnerOT https://t.co/ZCqRmurUCj
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @LydiaWardOT: I'm currently sat writing up the findings from my Msc. research project & really enjoying following the #otalk chat! Exciting to think this could be a way my future career goes! #opportunities #research @OTalk_ @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERsPlym
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @Rehab_Research: And some grit. Writing grants and costing in your time is one way #otalk but youโ€™ll need to develop the craft of grant writing to keep yourself in work https://t.co/urdYSbntRq
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @KatrinaBannigan: It does seem that networking really is critical to having a viable research career #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes https://t.co/ps911e06BI
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @ROTTERsPlym: @lee_o_nee @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro It's buzzing but silent! #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @andy83g: @KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes I applied for a @CAHPRNNorthEast grant as an NHS OT - good way in to research and money for service developments too #otalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
RT @BethanyChitty: Really enjoying tonights #OTalk on #research, it had provoked some really good discussion on opportunities and challenges all of which is very interesting to someone like me who is interested in starting out in research.
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @andy83g: I've recently left the NHS to do a full-time PhD for the love of research! #otalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
We are working hard #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni https://t.co/4Y0DnvwbV3
Dr Miriam Noonan (she/her) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช @mirnoonanOT
@lee_o_nee @ROTTERsPlym @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro Great pic! Loving the concentrated tweeting!! #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @lee_o_nee: Everyone @ROTTERsPlym concentrating on full participation in #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro https://t.co/U02sx84WRw
Nellie Dadge @DadgeNellie
RT @alisonfwarren: Take opportunities in any research roles...even a small role to learn and develop your skills and confidence. .whatever stage of your career #otalk @PIELRes @kateturnerOT https://t.co/ZCqRmurUCj
Emma Tucker @HomeEmmatucker
RT @AelfridaP: The Oxford team are keen to have an OT on their proactive psychiatric liaison team for the HOME study working full time for a year Oxford and Banbury area. Any one interested pm me! #Otalk
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
@OTalk_ And that is without the whole discussion on whether occupational therapists see themselves more as occupational scientists when in the research environment! #ot professional identity is definitely one for discussion! #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
So great to share thanks as I think others have a similar concern and donโ€™t do it #OTalk https://t.co/d9zcPk7qhd
Amie Jayne๐Ÿ’š @Amie_OT
@andy83g @OTalk_ Im sure explaining your research in interpretive dance could have been an interesting idea for the fringe #OTalk
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @DrMiriamOT: t was hard & not something I had considered until it was suggested to me (thank you @ShonaH1961!). My concern was what would be my prospects post? Would clinical still be an option? But I was given the opportunity & was at a good stage to do it, so went for it. No regrets! #otalk https://t.co/L1cQ25q4CO
Leonie Boland @lee_o_nee
RT @pd2ot: I'm struggling with the 'how we change expectations'. Browsing the RCOT timetable and saddened to see how few papers have ethical approval, so presumably not empirical research (crude analysis I know). Do they not exist/publish elsewhere/not get rcot support? #OTalk https://t.co/pxHfuRtEM8
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @ROTTERsPlym: @lee_o_nee @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro It's buzzing but silent! #OTalk
Kate Radford @Rehab_Research
@BethanyChitty You need to start by being curious and dissatisfied. #OTalk
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @lee_o_nee: Everyone @ROTTERsPlym concentrating on full participation in #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro https://t.co/U02sx84WRw
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@JenniferMcAnuff @SammyRandallOT @OTalk_ Added benefit of that is- sometimes you can also get bonus publication opportunities. I got to do a few forewords for the big AOTA autism book that will be out soon. #otalk
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @KatrinaBannigan: What do you need, as a leader, to put a research role in place? Is it always external funding? #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni https://t.co/PS1Lw9BKVE
ROTTERS Plymouth @ROTTERsPlym
RT @pd2ot: At PhD level I have been able to be 'selfish' and keep things on the exact topic I want, I wonder about having to do more 'research that fits the funding opportunities' post-doc? #OTalk https://t.co/r26NTqIFvq
Melanie Burrough @MelanieBurrough
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Yes to build #occupationcentred practice but what about developing evidence for participation in clinical practice, maybe itโ€™s up to us to inform HE, clinical research and post grad study @DrMiriamOT @LelanieBrewer #OTalk
Kate Turner @kateturnerOT
RT @KatrinaBannigan: We are working hard #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni https://t.co/4Y0DnvwbV3
Participation in Every Day Life Research Group @PIELRes
RT @Rehab_Research: @KatrinaBannigan @NIHR @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes new PCAF now plus local bridging schemes such as @Silver_Scholars lots of opportunities to develop a PhD proposal with an academic mentor #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @pd2ot: I'm struggling with the 'how we change expectations'. Browsing the RCOT timetable and saddened to see how few papers have ethical approval, so presumably not empirical research (crude analysis I know). Do they not exist/publish elsewhere/not get rcot support? #OTalk https://t.co/pxHfuRtEM8
Suzanne Simpson @SimpsonResearch
@KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni Connect with patients so you are constantly reminded what you are doing all this for and to help guide you. Build a network of supportive and inspiring clinicians and academics to help keep your inner research geek motivated #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @marionfwalker: @SusanCorr1 @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes #OTalk however we do need our OT and rehab managers to understand the value of research - my experience is it isnโ€™t always valued. Without research evidence we run the possibility of losing our professional credibility
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @lee_o_nee: Everyone @ROTTERsPlym concentrating on full participation in #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro https://t.co/U02sx84WRw
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
@mirnoonanOT @lee_o_nee @ROTTERsPlym @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro And we are missing you @alisonfwarren and @mirnoonanOT in person but great that you both joined us in the ether #OTalk @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERSPlym @ROTTERsExeter @ROTTERSTruro @OTPlymouthUni
Andy Graham @AndyG_OT
@Amie_OT @OTalk_ Especially as my research is with amputees! #OTalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@JenniferMcAnuff @KatrinaBannigan @LynneGoodacre @ROTTERsPlym @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro @OTPlymouthUni @PIELRes Completely agree. Can spend too much time promoting ourselves over fear of not being seen that can miss the bigger picture #otalk
Miriam Crowe @DrMiriamOT
Find your motivation! Not just something that will get you started but keep you going when it feels tough. #OTalk https://t.co/mzGGeg0RXC
Susan Ritchie @SusanRitchie123
RT @alisonfwarren: Take opportunities in any research roles...even a small role to learn and develop your skills and confidence. .whatever stage of your career #otalk @PIELRes @kateturnerOT https://t.co/ZCqRmurUCj
Georgina cooke @Georginacooke19
RT @lee_o_nee: Everyone @ROTTERsPlym concentrating on full participation in #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro https://t.co/U02sx84WRw
Solei OT ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’› @soleinj_
RT @ROTTERsPlym: @lee_o_nee @OTPlymouthUni @ROTTERsExeter @rotterstruro It's buzzing but silent! #OTalk
Professor Katrina Bannigan ๐Ÿ˜ท #BlackLivesMatter @KatrinaBannigan
RT @OTalk_: So great to share thanks as I think others have a similar concern and donโ€™t do it #OTalk https://t.co/d9zcPk7qhd