2nd International Society for Occupational Science Virtual Event
Date and Time:
September 22, 2023 (Wednesday)
Pacific Time: 8am
Central European Time: 5pm
Hong Kong Time: 10pm
The second virtual event for 2023 aims to allow ISOS members to present their current/on-going work and scholarship related to occupational science. Specifically, our 1-hour virtual event will have two presentations:
The Occupation of Surfing by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Communities as a Form of Resistance
Presenter: Emily J. Robleza
A Discussion of the Virtual Harvest: Transparency, Diversity and Equity in Occupational Science
Presenter: Nadine Blankvoort
To have a preview of the virtual harvest output to orient you on the discussion for the 2nd ISOS virtual event, click the link below.
The intent of the ISOS Virtual Event is to initiate critical discussions about occupational science and its relationship to the discipline’s current position in society and the potential contributions that it could, and should, make now and into the future.
This year, the virtual event occurs every three months. The actual event is one hour done online via Zoom. Also, the host or organizer of the virtual events would typically be from the ISOS Board, but of course if a certain group from the ISOS membership would like to organize that on their own, then it should be fine. Organizing means providing the ZOOM meeting details, co-promoting the event with ISOS, comoderating the event with ISOS, and providing a summary of highlights from the virtual events for documentation. If you would like to present at our ISOS Virtual Event, please click here (coming soon):