Curtin

Semester 1, 2016


Occupational Therapy Principles and Practice Notes

14 pages

3,458 words

$29.00

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Description

Personal notes covering all content covered and assessed in this unit. I kept these notes for the regular Tests that were scheduled and averaged 9/10 for all three tests. These notes will also be valuable in preparing for your exam which will require you to apply your knowledge to a case study.
Topics covered include:

Key principles of occupational therapy (definitions, health delivery models, the OT process)
Canadian Practice Process Framework (CPPF, Environmental factors, frames of reference)
PEO Model (5 concepts of the PEO model, occupational fit)
Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E explanation and factors)
Reflection in Practice (Gibbs Reflective Cycle)
Structure of Daily Occupations
Activity Analysis
Grading and Adapting
Communication and Interview skills (Active listening, OT interviews)
Documentation (consequences, Australian standards, OT principles, SOAP)
Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM description, steps, purpose, issues, evidence)
Goal Setting (Five elements of Occupational Goals)
International Relationships Model (therapist-client relationships)
Teaching and Learning (learning sequences, behavioural strategies, errorless learning, facilitating activity)
Barriers to occupation (International classification of functioning, role of OT, universal design)
Evidence Based Practice
Clinical Reasoning (scientific, narrative, pragmatic, ethical and interactive reasoning)
Ethical Practice (Four principles, bioethical rule, ethical decision making)