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Using occupational therapy theory in practice / ed. Gail Boniface, Alison Seymour ; prefácio M. Clare Taylor

Secondary Author: Boniface, Gail
Seymour, Alison
Taylor, M. Clare
Publication: Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012 Description: XII, 196 p.ISBN: 978-1-444-33317-6Topical name: Terapia ocupacional | Modelos teóricos CDU: 615.851.3 Online Resources: Click here to access online List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Índice
Contributor biographies, p. V
Foreword, p. XI
1 Introduction, p. 1
Section 1: Theory
2 Reconfiguring professional thinking and conduct: a challenge for
occupational therapists in practice, p. 9
3 Defining occupational therapy theory, p. 21
4 From Strands to The Invisibles: from a technical to a moral mode of
reflective practice, p. 38
5 The use of self in occupational therapy, p. 49
Section 2: The Use of Theory in Practice: Some Practitioner Narratives
6 Developing the use of the Model of Human Occupation in a
mental health service, p. 63
7 Using Reed and Sanderson's Model of Adaptation through
Occupation: a journey, p. 76
8 Using the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance to
reconfigure an integrated occupational therapy service, p. 91
9 Dealing with the barriers to change whilst implementing the
Canadian Model of Occupational Performance, p. 106
10 Developing occupational therapy theory in Poland, p. 120
11 Using occupational therapy theory in Croatia, p. 128
12 Personal reflections on understanding and using the Model of Human Occupation in practice, p. 141
Section 3: Contemporary Discussions on the Use of Theory in Occupational Therapy Practice
13 Using occupational therapy theory within evidence-based practice, p. 155
14 Occupational science and occupational therapy: a contemporary Relationship, p. 165
15 Myths around using theory in occupational therapy practice, p. 180
Index, p. 189

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