Terri Grant

Terri is Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy at the University of Worcester. She has been an Occupational Therapist for over 20 years, practising for 14 years as a specialist in the field of Stroke Rehabilitation. In her most recent years in practice, she was involved in setting up services locally to improve the quality of rehabilitation for people following stroke. She has spent the majority of her clinical practice supporting and developing others, from students to colleagues to support staff.

She joined the university’s occupational therapy lecturing team full time in 2015, having taught on the programme part time during the previous academic year. Her role as Practice Education Lead allows her to stay connected with clinical practice and to develop her interprofessional expertise. Terri is undertaking a PhD in which she is researching the effectiveness of simulated practice in student practice learning.

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Occupational Therapy Placements

A handy pocket guide to help Occupational Therapy students prepare for their practice placements.

Placements can be daunting to the unprepared. This pocket guide is designed to make occupational therapy placements more enjoyable and less stressful and to help students get the most out of their practice learning experience.

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