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COLLABORATION OFCOLLABORATION OF OTOTSS ANDAND
PRMPRM PHYSICIANSPHYSICIANS IN SUPPORTIN SUPPORT
OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITY...
Scottish Association of
Occupational Therapists
Founded 1932, the first in Europe
Ann Cardiff and her team,
OT department ...
Prof. Jan Pfeiffer, M.D., Prague
Started collaboration with RI
Supported development of OT in
Czechoslovakia.
Jiri Votava, M.D., Assoc. Prof.:Jiri Votava, M.D., Assoc. Prof.:
Started collaboration with RI
1988 -16th World Congres, T...
OTs - important specialist for comprehensive
rehabiltation of PwD (hopefully also present on
this congress)
Aim of this pa...
1992-95 together 5 OT courses started in CR
1994 Czech OT association (CAE) was
founded.
Active support from western OTs:
...
19951995 she invited us for ENOTHEshe invited us for ENOTHE
founding assembly, Aalborg, Denmarkfounding assembly, Aalborg,...
Zuzana Dudáková ,CR G. Gambor, Ann Cardiff - Glasgow
EC ENOTHE, 1997 Essen,
Germany
Hanneke van Bruggen
Visits of staff and students from
Prague abroad
Visits of foreign lecturers in Prague:
OT seminars
Also for OTs from other...
Support of OT development in
Czech republic by rehab doctors:
a) Collaboration of CAE and Society of
Rehabilitation and Ph...
UEMS (UEMS (Union of European Medical SpecialistsUnion of European Medical Specialists))
SeSection for Physical andction f...
Results of the survey (Nr. of answers):Results of the survey (Nr. of answers):
Respondents from 30 countries answered 16 q...
9)Support of OT by PRM physicians:9)Support of OT by PRM physicians:
Generally(24), establishment of OT courses (17), teac...
Differences also in the European OT
congress, 2016 Galway, Ireland:
More than 900 participants, 710 presentations
Of those...
DISCUSSION:
Knowledge of respondents? – They are delegates of
their countries, they should know.
Reasons for striking diff...
ConclusionsConclusions and suggestions for OTand suggestions for OT
development in CEE countriesdevelopment in CEE countri...
Comparison of 3 European networks:
1) PRM physicians – CEE fully included
2) OT organizations –CEE participating
3) RI Eur...
RI Europe in 2016
In Edinburgh GA: CEE delegates
present,
Many CEE countries left RI in several
steps: a) do not participa...
International AbilympicsInternational Abilympics (IA)(IA)
(content of vocational(content of vocational and leisure timeand...
Situation inside RI Europe:
2010 the last representative RI conference in
Copenhagen.
2014 European RI conference in Warsa...
• Hradcany = Prague Castle + river Vltava
• Thank you for your attention! jiri.votava@volny.cz
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  1. 1. COLLABORATION OFCOLLABORATION OF OTOTSS ANDAND PRMPRM PHYSICIANSPHYSICIANS IN SUPPORTIN SUPPORT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITY.OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITY. Czech and European experience.Czech and European experience. Jiri Votava, M. D. , Assoc. Prof., Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Studies, University of J. E. Purkyne, Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic jiri.votava@volny.cz
  2. 2. Scottish Association of Occupational Therapists Founded 1932, the first in Europe Ann Cardiff and her team, OT department of Glasgow Caledonian University Collaboration in TEMPUS project for development of OT university course in Prague 1996-99
  3. 3. Prof. Jan Pfeiffer, M.D., Prague Started collaboration with RI Supported development of OT in Czechoslovakia.
  4. 4. Jiri Votava, M.D., Assoc. Prof.:Jiri Votava, M.D., Assoc. Prof.: Started collaboration with RI 1988 -16th World Congres, Tokyo since 1991 till now RI National Secretary RI Deputy Vice-president for Europe 2000 – 2008 - effort to build RI network of countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) With Heidi Lindberg as VP Also other MDs worked with RI - prof. Marincek, Ljubljana, prof. Kullmann, Budapest
  5. 5. OTs - important specialist for comprehensive rehabiltation of PwD (hopefully also present on this congress) Aim of this paper: To describe OT development in Czech Republic in last 25 years To compare it with situation in other European Countries. Section of OT was a part of Czechoslovak Rehabilitation Society (1974-1994). Before 1990 OT only as post-gradual study for „rehabilitation therapists“ After 1989 new chances: Contacts with foreign OTs, possibilities to travel abroad.
  6. 6. 1992-95 together 5 OT courses started in CR 1994 Czech OT association (CAE) was founded. Active support from western OTs: 1992 our participation on European OT conference in Ostende, Belgium. We met Hanneke van Bruggen, COTEC president , first time
  7. 7. 19951995 she invited us for ENOTHEshe invited us for ENOTHE founding assembly, Aalborg, Denmarkfounding assembly, Aalborg, Denmark She initiated TEMPUS project for development of Bachelor OT study in Prague. 1996-1999 most intensive collaboration with colleagues from Amsterdam, Glasgow, Lund 4 7 5 7 0 0 3 8 .jp g
  8. 8. Zuzana Dudáková ,CR G. Gambor, Ann Cardiff - Glasgow EC ENOTHE, 1997 Essen, Germany Hanneke van Bruggen
  9. 9. Visits of staff and students from Prague abroad Visits of foreign lecturers in Prague: OT seminars Also for OTs from other countries of CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) 1999 Hanneke organised in Prague meeting of OT supporteres from 10 CEE – collaboration started
  10. 10. Support of OT development in Czech republic by rehab doctors: a) Collaboration of CAE and Society of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine. b) Participation of MDs on foundation and development of OT courses. c) Lecturing of MDs in OT courses. d) Doctors actively participate in OT annual conferences.
  11. 11. UEMS (UEMS (Union of European Medical SpecialistsUnion of European Medical Specialists)) SeSection for Physical andction for Physical and RRehabilitaehabilitationtion MMedicediciinne (PRM)e (PRM) Since 2003 I reprezent CR Delegates from all EU and many non-EUDelegates from all EU and many non-EU countries –countries – assembly 2x a year.assembly 2x a year. White Book on PRM in Europe –now underWhite Book on PRM in Europe –now under actualisation.actualisation. Survey on OT situation in EuropeanSurvey on OT situation in European countries- as viewed by PRM physicians.countries- as viewed by PRM physicians.
  12. 12. Results of the survey (Nr. of answers):Results of the survey (Nr. of answers): Respondents from 30 countries answered 16 questions:Respondents from 30 countries answered 16 questions: 1) Terms: OT in 11 countries, ergoterapie in 13, others in 6.1) Terms: OT in 11 countries, ergoterapie in 13, others in 6. 2) OT is approved as health care specialisation (25)2) OT is approved as health care specialisation (25) 3) OT are members of multidisciplinary team (23)3) OT are members of multidisciplinary team (23) 4) Number of OTs : 58 000 (Germany) – 2 (Ukraine).4) Number of OTs : 58 000 (Germany) – 2 (Ukraine). 5) OT must be indicated by MDs for insurence (19).5) OT must be indicated by MDs for insurence (19). 6) OTs outside health care (21), in privat (15).6) OTs outside health care (21), in privat (15). 7) OT bachelor study (23) also masters (8), no education (5)7) OT bachelor study (23) also masters (8), no education (5) 8) National OT association (23):8) National OT association (23): Scotland 1932, Norway 1952, Czech 1994, Romania 2010Scotland 1932, Norway 1952, Czech 1994, Romania 2010
  13. 13. 9)Support of OT by PRM physicians:9)Support of OT by PRM physicians: Generally(24), establishment of OT courses (17), teaching (20)Generally(24), establishment of OT courses (17), teaching (20) , active participation in OT conferences (12)., active participation in OT conferences (12). 10) Relation between OT and PRM organizations: Regular10) Relation between OT and PRM organizations: Regular collaboration (11), no relation (8).collaboration (11), no relation (8). 11) Obstacles for OT development: NO (11), YES (14): Low11) Obstacles for OT development: NO (11), YES (14): Low number of OTs, low budget, bad education etc.number of OTs, low budget, bad education etc. 12) No different approaches or even conflicts – all .12) No different approaches or even conflicts – all .
  14. 14. Differences also in the European OT congress, 2016 Galway, Ireland: More than 900 participants, 710 presentations Of those are only 32 from post- communist countries ( post-Yougoslavian, Baltic states, Bulgaria, Poland) 12 European countries have no active participants. In two cases (Bosnia, Lithuania), co-authors are MDs, my colleagues from PRM section – good example of collaboration. 25 years of effort of West-European OTs to support OT development in post-communist countries was succesful . But only partially. How to continue in this effort?
  15. 15. DISCUSSION: Knowledge of respondents? – They are delegates of their countries, they should know. Reasons for striking differences between countries: Tradition? Education? Number of OTs Table COTEC 2015: Number of OTs / 100 000 citizens CR 9 Slovenia 16, Lithunia 10, Croatia 9, Latvia 6, Bulgaria 0,4 Not included: Poland, Romania, Hungary,Slovakia et al. West-European differences: Denmark 145, Italy 2,7 Slovakia – Czech debt, we intend to support OT
  16. 16. ConclusionsConclusions and suggestions for OTand suggestions for OT development in CEE countriesdevelopment in CEE countries:: 1) The combination between the support by entusiastic West European OTs 2) and also by local PRM doctors, who understand importance of OT and who can persuade local authorities to help by political decisions. Next European OT congress will be held 2020 in Prague – centre of Europe. Hopefully many active participants will be from Central and Eastern Europe and improvent of situation will be referred from several countries e.g. Ukraine-Lvov Occupational therapy is important for rehabilitation of PwD – reason to collaborate with RI!
  17. 17. Comparison of 3 European networks: 1) PRM physicians – CEE fully included 2) OT organizations –CEE participating 3) RI Europe – CEE nearly disappeared Before 1989 „East European group“: Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland. 1989 RI Conference in Estonia 1991 RI GA in unified Berlin 1994 RI European Conference Budapest 2002 RI European Conference Aachen –2002 RI European Conference Aachen – strongstrong CEE supportCEE support 2006 RI seminar in Vienna (AUVA) „RI development in CEE countries“
  18. 18. RI Europe in 2016 In Edinburgh GA: CEE delegates present, Many CEE countries left RI in several steps: a) do not participate, b) do not pay, c) left directory (is there any?). Or never were RI members. CEE countries: All former USSR, all former Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria
  19. 19. International AbilympicsInternational Abilympics (IA)(IA) (content of vocational(content of vocational and leisure timeand leisure time activities)activities) Still active, also in CEE countriesStill active, also in CEE countries Supported by RI. Since 1991 Czech National A. 5th IA 2000 Prague 2016 Bordeaux, France, UK participated CEE active!
  20. 20. Situation inside RI Europe: 2010 the last representative RI conference in Copenhagen. 2014 European RI conference in Warsaw practically cancelled. 2O16 – Present is well illustrated by RI General Assembly and Congress in Edinburgh My aim, how to support ideas of RI: Spread this ideas among European PRM physicians. Support development of OT in CR and in Europe Hope in positive development of RI Europe
  21. 21. • Hradcany = Prague Castle + river Vltava • Thank you for your attention! jiri.votava@volny.cz

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