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Wednesday, 5 December 2012

OCCTH 558 Development Projects

Hello Everyone,
The Department of Occupational Therapy, University of Alberta, is once again inviting you to submit ideas for program development projects for the course OCCTH 558 Enabling Occupation: Community.  These will be completed by graduating (2nd year) MScOT students during the timeframe January 7 - March 1, 2013.  The course is being coordinated by Sharon Brintnell, but I (Jutta) am once again the contact person for the Calgary and southern Alberta area (excluding Red Deer). 
Please see the attached letter from Sharon Brintnell regarding proposed project ideas, what was completed last year, and what is needed now if you are wanting to submit a project for development.  There is also a Project Checklist attached that is referenced in the letter from Sharon. 
To summarize briefly, if you have ideas for new programs or the expansion of existing programs in your organization/setting, then feel free to submit a one paragraphoutline of the proposed project that can be posted on the web so that students start to have an idea of which project to pick.  This needs to include a brief description of the site, the population to be served and the idea/rationale behind the project so that the students can start a literature search prior to meeting with you.
We would appreciate all proposals being submitted no later than December 12, 2012 by noon.  They should be submitted to me (jutta.hinrichs@ualberta.ca) for review, as there may be duplicates or some projects beyond the scope of the students' timeframes and resources.  Selected projects will be forwarded to Sharon Brintnell later that afternoon.  Last year there were more projects than student groups, so unfortunately some projects were not chosen.
If you have any further questions after reading the attached 2 documents, please do not hesitate to contact me.  I look forward to receiving your one paragraph submissions in a few weeks.

For people outside the Calgary area, please contact Sharon Brintnell at U of A (sharon.brintnell@ualberta.ca) for information.
Kind regards,

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