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Occupational Therapy Australia National Conference and Exhibition 2019

Occupational Therapy Australia is the national peak body and professional association representing occupational therapists in Australia. The 28th National Conference and Exhibition will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney and will take place from 10-12 July 2019 with an expected audience of over 1,000 delegates.

The theme is “Together towards tomorrow” and is designed to reflect the dynamic nature of contemporary occupational therapy practice.

The National Conference offers an exciting three-day program comprising 300+ oral presentations, 200+ electronic posters, 100+ exhibitors showcasing the latest products and suppliers, a tailored social program, health and wellbeing activities and four inspiring keynote speakers – Leigh Sales, Dr Alison Gerlach, A/Prof Natasha Lannin and Prof Gail Whiteford.

The National Conference will also offer free admission to the exhibition for the general public. Visitors of all ages, including those with a disability, seniors and their families, friends and carers are welcome to attend the exhibition on Thursday 11 July or Friday 12 July between 10:45am – 12:15pm.

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Venue: International Convention Centre, 14 Darling Dr, Sydney

Date/Time: Multi day | Wed 10 Jul - Fri 12 Jul 2019, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Cost : Ticket pricing varies

Event Organiser: Occupational Therapy Australia

Phone: (03) 9415 2900

Email: Click here


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