25 September 2018
Question: . . .“work in the humanitarian sector, specifically in venturing out to refugee camps and doing therapy there . . . ”
Answer: Resources shared in the response. . .
International – Relief Web is a good site curating organisations and jobs. For example, search for Handicap International (Humanity & Inclusion) to explore rehabilitation and technical advice positions for occupational therapists.
Australian – AusAid has skilled volunteer program to do assignments of occupational therapy work with refugee populations.
Professional development – developing practice beyond individualised treatment (e.g. coaching and developing others) and an understanding how to mainstream things like gender (e.g. managing gender based violence programs in humanitarian emergencies, a free online course by United Nations Population Fund).