The Successful Occupational Therapy Fieldwork Student (häftad)
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illustrated ed
SLACK Incorporated
279 x 222 x 19 mm
657 g
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The Successful Occupational Therapy Fieldwork Student (häftad)

The Successful Occupational Therapy Fieldwork Student

Häftad Engelska, 2002-05-01
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Paving the way to the profession of Occupational Therapy, this title aims to fulfil the needs of all OT and OTA students throughout their entire education by fully preparing them for their fieldwork assignments. This is a valuable learning tool for all students since all curriculums include Level I and Level II fieldwork requirements, ranging from the associate's level to a master's program. The book contains a wide array of topics that guide the reader from the initial planning steps to the completion of successful fieldwork and beyond. It provides students with the opportunity to not only assess various situations, but also utilize their knowledge to demonstrate clinical reasoning. Activities are included, designed to groom students for their fieldwork.
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&#8220I would recommend this book to any student preparing to begin fieldwork and I believe it would be an excellent resource for academic and clinical fieldwork educators who are helping students to prepare for entry in the field." - Rebecca Leigh Cupps, BS, Divine, Inc.

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Karen Sladyk, PhD, OTR, FAOTA Karen Sladyk, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, earned her OT degree from Eastern Michigan University, her MS in community health from Southern Connecticut State University, and her PhD in adult and vocational education from the University of Connecticut. Currently the chair of OT at Bay Path College in Longmeadow, MA, she is part of a faculty that offers both occupational therapy and occupational therapy assisting degrees. This fieldwork book is her eighth book with SLACK Incorporated. All her writing has been specifically designed to help students succeed in occupational therapy programs. When not busy with academic issues, Karen enjoys creative occupations, such as quilting, photography, and crafting. She volunteers at the local animal shelter. She lives in a 154-year-old house, in constant need of upkeep, with her two cats, Oliver and Laura.