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Occupational therapy essentials for clinical competence

Author: Karen Sladyk; Karen Jacobs; Nancy MacRae
Publisher: Thorofare, NJ : SLACK Inc., ©2010.
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This text begins by linking the ACOTE Accreditation Standards with current practice in chapters for students and educators, and sets the stage with two foundational concepts vital to the study of occupation: flow and culture. It presents a summary of interconnected constructs that define and direct occupational therapy practice. Inside are included: Basic tenets of occupational therapy; Occupational therapy  Read more...
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Title: Occupational therapy essentials for clinical competence /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Sladyk; Karen Jacobs; Nancy MacRae
ISBN: 9781556428197; 1556428197
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Content: Setting the stage -- Basic tenets of occupational therapy -- Occupational therapy theoretical perspectives -- Screening, evaluation, and referral -- Intervention plan: formulation and implementation -- Context of service delivery -- Management of occupational therapy services -- Research --Professional ethics, values, and responsibilities.
Description: xx, 647 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Setting the stage -- Basic tenets of occupational therapy -- Occupational therapy theoretical perspectives -- Screening, evaluation, and referral -- Intervention plan: formulation and implementation -- Context of service delivery -- Management of occupational therapy services -- Research --Professional ethics, values, and responsibilities.
Responsibility: [edited by] Karen Sladyk, Karen Jacobs, Nancy MacRae.
Year: ©2010.
Publisher: Thorofare, NJ : SLACK Inc.,
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 2009024728; National Library: 101508197; National Library: 015537938
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: RM735; Dewey No.: 615.8/515
OCLC No.: 403362938
Local System Bib Number:
ocn403362938

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This text begins by linking the ACOTE Accreditation Standards with current practice in chapters for students and educators, and sets the stage with two foundational concepts vital to the study of occupation: flow and culture. It presents a summary of interconnected constructs that define and direct occupational therapy practice. Inside are included: Basic tenets of occupational therapy; Occupational therapy theoretical perspectives; Screening, evaluation, and referral; Formulation and implementation of an intervention plan; Context of service delivery; Context of delivery service; Management of occupational therapy services; Professional ethics, values, and responsibilities; Culture and its role in occupational choice and performance. It also includes student activities at the end of each chapter, as well as on-line material that consists of multiple choice questions, chapter objectives, teacher activities, and PowerPoint slides. Some additional features Include: Examples as viewed and analyzed from multiple perspectives; Evidence-based practice reviews that provide a starting point to have each topic explored in depth; Evaluation of the mastery of application and self-assessment exercises; Integration throughout the text of Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process, Second Edition. The text overall incorporates adult learning theory as its basis to assist in establishing cognitive interest, using the organization format of grouping concepts together to reinforce and facilitate learning.
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