Katrin Pechstädt has been a state-approved occupational therapist since 2006 and worked in the special education kindergarten as a freelance practitioner in Austria.
Since 2017 she works at the Institute of Occupational Therapy. Her responsibilities include working on project proposals, working in various interdisciplinary research projects, and supporting students as international coordinators of the bachelor degree program.
Special interest in teaching is the combination of (occupational therapy) theory and practice, as well as the easy-to-understand presentation of scientific topics (for example, at the OT S
lam 2017 in Bielefeld or 2018 in Würzburg) The research focus of Katrin Pechstädt is the topic of inclusion in all its diversity from school-based occupational therapy to job adaptation.
Borrmann, M., Hofer, K., Wulz, A., Rehb, R., Pechstädt, K. (2017). Strategy for a healthy aging region with a focus on AAL and smart home solutions. Result report of the project ISHARE. Graz: FH JOANNEUM - University of Applied Sciences.
Pechstädt, K. (2017). Evidence meets experience - How do I look after a student in an internship ?, Ergopraxis, 10 (03), 36-37. doi: 10.1055 / s-0042-123344
Pechstädt, K. (2016). Selection of training - How do I find the right SI training? Ergopraxis, 9 (10), 40-41. doi: 10.1055 / s-0042-123344
Pechstädt, K., & Svaton, V. (2016). From practice: ICF train in the practical implementation in the curative kindergarten and the integrative additional care Scheifling. Early intervention interdisciplinary, 35 (3), 161-164. doi: http: //dx.doi.org/10.2378/fi2016.art20d