Mr Isaac Amanquarnor

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About me

I am a dedicated academic/practitioner currently contracted for teaching and scholarship at the University of the West of England (UWE). My research and scholarship encompass Occupational Science/therapy, Spirituality in Health and Social Care, and Community Development Principles in Health and Social Care. My expertise extends to occupational therapy curriculum development towards a community-based population approach to practice. With a focus on addressing health inequalities and social injustices, my work in practice spans working with marginalized populations. At present, my primary focus involves spearheading research to develop a critical occupational therapy curriculum.

Beyond my academic and practice role, I serve as an Executive Board Member of the International Society for Occupational Science, contributing to the global discourse in the field. I am also an active member of the Occupational Therapy Association of Ghana (OTAG) and the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT). In OTAG I am a member of the Scientific Committee. Within this capacity, I lead a subcommittee dedicated to the OTAG-AKROFI grant—an initiative aimed at advancing occupational therapy and science research in Ghana.

Area of expertise

Spirituality in Health and Social wellbeing, Community developmet practice, Occupational science/therapy, Community based practice placement for Health and social care students and Occupational therapy curriculum development.


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