Hope in action as OT students visit Vietnam
In Vietnam, where occupational therapy (OT) is still young as far as health professions go, practitioners need to be extra mindful of the needs of clients and their families. So when ACU academic Natalie Roche led a small-but-resourceful group of OT students on an overseas placement in Hoi An, she knew they needed to tread carefully.Read more on Hope in action as OT students visit Vietnam
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