The latest instalment of The OT Magazine has landed. Read on to find out what we explore in our March/April issue and how to get your hand on a copy!

Columnist Kate Sheehan asks if the practice of strip washing patients is enough for their hygiene and comfort needs.

We explore the future of health, how technology can help us treat older patients as the number of older people grows.

We step into a Day in the Life of Ixchiel Wilson, who gives us an insight into a day in her work with Enable Services.

New diabetes management program REAL Diabetes gives insight on how OTs could be helping young people.

OT Daune Green explains her model for helping patients with body dysmorphia.

Young, venerable and homeless? We explore how OT can support young people in homelessness.

OT Jessica White reflects on her time working as part of a pilot scheme in trauma orthopaedics.

We explore how can introducing the teaching of mindfulness into schools help young people’s lives.

We talk to OT Catherine Elsey who explains how handwriting involves more than just hands.

In a world of creativity, we pick the best websites to find creative and affordable activities for OTs to do with patients.

Occupational therapy students share their experiences of using the Kawa Model in the classroom.

We also find out how attending Naidex 2018 can benefit healthcare professionals, plus one lucky reader could be in with a chance of winning a full place at this year’s PMG Conference!

The OT Magazine exists to bring occupational therapists all the latest products, in-depth features, the latest research and up to date information on events and exhibitions that are relevant to them. To find out more about the magazine and how to get involved, call us on 0141 465 2960 or email