Vincent Emore graduated from the University of Alberta Edmonton, Canada, with an MSc in occupational therapy; he earned his Bachelor’s in occupational therapy at SRM Institute of Science and Technology India.
He had worked as an occupational therapist at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital in the capacity of the head of the department of occupational therapy. He has over 18 years of clinical practice, both nationally and internationally.
He is a member of the WHO development group for the Package intervention for rehabilitation of Low Back Pain as an African representative. Currently, he is a senior occupational therapist at the Hull University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust. He works in multi-disciplinary client and family-centred care. With a particular focus on safe discharge and home evaluation to support independent functioning for older people with multiple medical conditions. He is a researcher and a clinical instructor—currently working on service development and evaluation with the elderly care programme at Hull Royal Infirmary Hospital.
He is passionate about making and promoting safe, independent engagement of older persons in their choice occupations (daily living activities) within their familiar environment and collaborating with clients and families to optimise the utilisation of available home and community resources