Following reading research into gaps in service for the primary care (PC) sector, and in view of both NATH and NHS Englands aim to increase Allied Health Professional (AHP) roles in PC in order to bridge the gap, I decided to focus my resource to support this intervention called "Occupational Therapy Student Placements in Primary Care". The resource is an infographic with the aim is provide information on how to source placements in Nottinghamshire primary care for OT students and the importance of this. I am aiming the resource at universities rather than students as they primarily source placements (results from a survey I distributed). The universities would have to be able to link with NATH, therefore I predict that it could be Nottingham University, University of Derby, Nottingham Trent University and Sheffield Hallam University. 
 
 
(Jessica Wilcox - Occupational Therapy Degree Apprentice Student) 
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Occupational Therapy-based Intervention ‘Self Soothe Boxes’ 
Through scoping the service and attending the Social Prescribers Delivery framework I had support from Dr Saira Jawaid and Maria Willis to create education on ‘Self Soothe Boxes’ and how these can be utilised in practice to a response to the increase in complex mental health referrals link workers were receiving... 
Meet The Team: Jessica Wilcox 
Hi my names Jessica Wilcox and I am an Undergraduate Apprentice Occupational Therapy Student at the Sheffield Hallam University. I have worked with the Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust with Mental Health Services for Older People since 2011, mostly working within Day Services delivering Cognitive Stimulation Therapy treatment for people with Dementia...  
Meet The Team: Kayleigh Wain 
Hello, my name is Kayleigh Wain, and I am currently joining NATH as Occupational Therapy (OT) Degree Apprentice student whilst completing an 8-week extended scope placement as part of our second year of learning... 
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