Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy

IMPORTANT NOTICE : COVID-19

https://www.ucc.ie/en/studenthealth/flu/

Semester 2 Timetables

As per Government advice, universities should still restrict campus attendance, only allowing the most essential work to take place. Therefore, the following will apply for Semester 2:

Teaching, Learning and Assessment

  • All Semester 2 teaching in the form of lectures, small group classes and tutorials will continue online. 
  • There will be some limited exceptions for face to face based essential practicals/tutorials. The decision on this will be taken by your School/Department and will be based on local conditions and requirements. Your programme/module co-ordinators will communicate with you separately about these sessions.
  • Based upon evolving Public Health Advice, additional face to face tutorials/small group classes may take place on campus later in the Semester.  These will be determined by individual Schools and Departments and will be communicated to you by your programme/module co-ordinators.
  • Every effort is being made to ensure scheduled placements will go ahead, and arrangements are being put in place so that students required to be in clinical settings receive priority access to vaccination.
  • Supports for teaching and learning are available at the Success Zone

Semester 2 Assessment/Examinations

  • Considering current public health guidelines, Semester 2 assessments will be run remotely/online.  There will be limited opportunities to run on-campus invigilated assessments in exceptional cases only.   
  • Your programme and module co-ordinators will communicate further details of your assessments to you.  We have also recently re-instated the COVID19-No Academic Disadvantage measures which were in place last year.  These measures take account of the exceptional circumstances in which you are studying  https://www.ucc.ie/en/exams/mitigation/

Learn about our Programme & What it is like to Work as a OT

Do you want to know more about our programmes or possibly what it is like to work as an actual therapist...then click on the below link & you will be guided. 

Our Head of School Prof. Nicole Muller introduces our programmes (MSc Audiology, BSc Speech & Hearing Sciences and BSc Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy).  Nicole will also talk in detail about the Speech & Hearing Science Programme and will answer typical questions.  You will also hear from a Speech & Language Therapist (Sile Murphy) and a 4th Yr Final Student (Ellen Cahill). 

Dr. Eithne Hunt will talk in detail about our Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy Programme and will answer typical questions.  You will also hear from John Hastings (who is our Practice Education Co-ordinator) & John will talk about our work placements.  Past Graduate & current working OT (Abbie O'Meara) will talk about what it was like to study OT at UCC and what it is like to work as an OT.  Our Yr 1 Lecturer & a current working OT (Linda Horgan) will talk about her working life as an OT.  You will also hear from Occupational Therapist (Miriam O'Tuathaigh) and a 3rd Yr Student (Emer Fenlon).  And finally you will hear what is like to work as a Paediatric OT (Lisa Brooks) and Clinical Specialist OT in the Emergency Dept (Marian Lyons).

https://ucc.cloud.panopto.eu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=f0fff5cf-f2c2-4792-813a-ad08015da3b7

 

Introducing a NEW PhD Programme - P4Play

Exciting New PhD Opportunity for Occuaptional Therapists!  Applications are now open for the @MSCActions ITN-EJD in Occupational Science - P4PLAY. Learn more about this PhD programme and how to apply: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/495950

 

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