Occupational Therapy (inbunden)
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Occupational Therapy (inbunden)

Occupational Therapy

Performance, Participation, and Well-Being

Inbunden Engelska, 2015-01-31
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Occupational Therapy: Performance, Participation, and Well-Being, Fourth Edition, is a comprehensive occupational therapy text that introduces students to core knowledge in the profession and the foundations of practice-the occupations, person factors, and environment factors that support performance, participation, and well-being. Editors, Drs. Charles H. Christiansen, Carolyn M. Baum, and Julie D. Bass, are joined by more than 40 international scholars who bring students, faculty, and practitioners the evidence that supports occupational therapy practice. The PEOP Model 4th Edition is featured as an exemplar of a person-environment-occupation model and provides a valuable roadmap for understanding key concepts and developing strong clinical reasoning skills in the occupational therapy process. Features: Examines the theories, models, frameworks, and classifications that support contemporary knowledge of person, environment, and occupational factors. Presents detailed chapters on the occupations of children and youth, adults, older adults, organizations, and populations Provides extensive coverage of the person factors (psychological, cognition, sensory, motor, physiological, spirituality) and environment factors (culture, social, physical, policy, technology) that support occupational performance Includes exceptional content on the essentials of professional practice - therapeutic use of self, evidence-based practice, professionalism, lifelong development, ethics, business fundamentals, and critical concepts Builds clear links with the AOTA's Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, Third Edition; International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, and accreditation standards for entry-level occupational therapy programs. Introduces emerging practice areas of self-management, community-based practice, technology, and teaching/learning and opportunities to work with organizations and populations Incorporates international and global perspectives on core knowledge and occupational therapy practice. Documents assessments, interventions, resources, and evidence in user-friendly tables Uses simple and complex cases to illustrate key concepts and ideas. New and Updated Sections in the Fourth Edition: Individual chapters on each person factor and environmental factor and occupations across the lifespan Expanded coverage of approaches for organizations and populations and entry-level professional skills Consistent framework of tables and language across chapters and sections. Additional teaching materials in the www.efacultylounge.com including PowerPoint presentations
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"This is an excellent reference for all occupational therapists. It provides an extensive overview of the concepts of person, environment, occupation, and occupational performance. It is helpful to have the PEOP theoretical framework guiding the book, and it improves application and comprehension of the use of theory in practice. This much-needed update includes a variety of new topics and revisions to reflect modern practice." Doody's Book Review Service

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Charles H. Christiansen , EdD, OTR, FAOTA is Executive Director of The American Occupational Therapy Foundation in Bethesda, Maryland, and Clinical Professor, Division of Rehabilitation Sciences, at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Dr. Christiansen is also Principal and Founder, StoryCrafting, Inc, LLC, a private consulting firm for life transitions based in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Christiansen is a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association and a past Vice President and Treasurer of that organization. He is the founding editor of the scientific journal OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health. Carolyn M. Baum , PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA is the Elias Michael Director and Professor of Occupational Therapy, Neurology, and Social Work at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Baum has twice served as President of the American Occupational Therapy Association and was President of the American Occupational Therapy Certification Board (now NBCOT). She currently serves as the Chair of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation's Research Commission and serves on the Executive Board of the Foundation. She has served on the National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research at the National Institutes of Health and the Institute of Medicine's Committee to Assess Rehabilitation Science and Engineering Needs. Julie D. Bass , PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA is Professor and past Chair, Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was the Founding Director of the Public Health Program at St. Catherine University. Dr. Bass also serves as the Director of Research and Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of Occupation and Health at the American Occupational Therapy Foundation. Dr. Bass is a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association.


Section I: Occupational Therapy: Promoting Occupational Performance, Participation, and Well-Being and Placing the Focus on Everyday Life Chapter 1: A Welcome to Occupational Therapy: Performance, Participation, and Well-Being, Fourth Edition Chapter 2: Health, Occupational Performance, and Occupational Therapy Chapter 3: Theory, Models, Frameworks, and Classifications Chapter 4: The Person-Environment-Occupation-Performance (PEOP) Model Chapter 5: Interventions and Outcomes: The Person-Environment-Occupation-Performance (PEOP) Occupational Therapy Process Chapter 6: Therapeutic Use of Self: A Catalyst in the Client-Therapist Alliance for Change Chapter 7: Using Evidence to Guide Practice Section II: Critical Elements of Occupation and Occupational Performance Chapter 8: The Complexity and Patterns of Human Occupations Chapter 9: Occupations of Childhood and Adolescence Chapter 10: Occupations of Adulthood Chapter 11: Occupations of Elderhood Chapter 12: Occupations of Organizations Chapter 13: Occupations of Populations Section III Person Factors That Support Occupational Performance Chapter 14: Person Factors: Psychological Chapter 15: Person Factors: Cognition Chapter 16: Person Factors: Sensory Chapter 17: Person Factors: Motor Chapter 18: Person Factors: Physiological Chapter 19: Person Factors: Meaning, Sensemaking, and Spirituality Section IV Environment Factors That Support Occupational Performance Chapter 20: Environment Factors: Culture Chapter 21: Environment Factors: Social Determinants of Health, Social Capital, and Social Support Chapter 22: Environment Factors: Physical and Natural Environment Chapter 23: Environment Factors: Health, Education, Social, and Public Policies Chapter 24: Environment Factors: Technology Section V Interventions: Principles and Emerging Approaches Chapter 25: Principles Supporting Intervention and Professionalism Chapter 26: A Person-Centered Strategy: Using Learning Strategies to Enable Performance, Participation, and Well-Being Chapter 27: An Organization-Centered Strategy: Self-Management - An Evolving Approach to Support Performance, Participation, and Well-Being Chapter 28: Educational and Digital Technology Strategies Chapter 29: A Population-Centered Strategy: Public and Community Health Section VI Foundational Knowledge and Resources Chapter 30: Enabling Successful Practice Through Application of Business Fundamentals Chapter 31: Key Occupational Therapy Concepts in the Person-Occupation-Environment-Performance Model: Their Origin and Historical Use in the Occupational Therapy Literature