TargetingTheGlobe wrote:Greetings to you and welcome to this forum that focuses on Studying in Another Country.
My name is Lorie. As an occupational therapist and faculty member at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, I work with student occupational therapists as they forge a learning path that includes international placements in some cases.
Together, we've discovered a lot of information and experiences that occur in the planning and implementation of an OT placement in another country.
As people who will post information, questions, and even resources in this forum, you will be able to share unique new information that you have discovered in this process, and collectively, we can help bring others on board in our discussions together. I really look forward to dynamic discussions together by way of our virtual connections!
Looking forward to getting started!
Thanks, and best wishes,
hey, I am Tingting, this is my Chinese name(First name), but if you feel that's weird. you can also call me Emily, anyway that doesn't matter.
It's really a little bit late, when I see this forum. Probably, nobody will see this.... except you, Lorie
In China, we don't have this profession : OT. I don't remember where I got the idea first, but it should be the Internet, when I am planning to go abroad to study. Currently, I am still a senior at Capital Medical University, Beijing, China, majoring in Chinese Material Medica. I hope I can go to another country to study OT. So I got a lot information in this page~
thank you guys,
ALL THE BEST.