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OCCP1103: Occupational Therapy Theory and Process

Semester 1, 2024 [Normal day] - Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney

This unit of study introduces students to the profession of occupational therapy, including: values and beliefs, philosophical bases, foundational concepts, key constructs of occupational performance, and the scope of current occupational therapy practice. Learning opportunities address: humans as occupational beings including cultural and anthropological perspectives; relationship between occupations, health and occupational therapy practice; and the evolution of the occupational therapy profession in Australia and internationally. Through the use of case-based studies and input from consumers of occupational therapy, occupational therapy clinicians and occupational therapy academics, students learn how to use key constructs of occupational performance to begin the development of the professional reasoning capacity required to determine an existing problem of occupation and subsequent focus of therapy. Experiential learning focuses on the development of professional behaviours, communication, and reflection, with particular emphasis on core oral communication skills required for practice. Assessments are supported by learning opportunities which target expected procedures to be used in theoretical and case-based reporting and referencing used in scholarly written work.

Unit details and rules

Unit code OCCP1103
Academic unit Participation Sciences
Credit points 6
Prohibitions
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OCCP1096
Prerequisites
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None
Corequisites
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None
Assumed knowledge
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None

Available to study abroad and exchange students

No

Teaching staff

Coordinator Carole James, carole.james@sydney.edu.au
Lecturer(s) Nicola Fearn, nicola.fearn@sydney.edu.au
Lynette Mackenzie, lynette.mackenzie@sydney.edu.au
Weihong Zhang, weihong.zhang@sydney.edu.au
Carole James, carole.james@sydney.edu.au
Type Description Weight Due Length
Supervised exam
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hurdle task
Oral examination
10 minute Oral examination
30% Formal exam period 15 minutes (oral)
Outcomes assessed: LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4 LO6 LO8
Small test In class quiz - early feedback task
In class quiz
10% Week 03
Due date: 04 Mar 2024 at 09:00
10 minutes
Outcomes assessed: LO1 LO4 LO2
Skills-based evaluation hurdle task Accelerate Communication Excellence (ACE)
Students are required to complete the online module to pass the entire unit
0% Week 06
Due date: 31 Mar 2024 at 23:59
Online Module
Outcomes assessed: LO5 LO7 LO6
Assignment Hand in Task Portfolio
Application of Models of practice
20% Week 06
Due date: 27 Mar 2024 at 23:59
2 pages
Outcomes assessed: LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4
Skills-based evaluation hurdle task Accelerate Communication Excellence (ACE)
Interview
0% Week 09
Due date: 25 Apr 2024 at 10:00
Interviews
Outcomes assessed: LO5 LO7 LO6
Assignment Written report
The meaning of occupation report.
40% Week 09
Due date: 28 Apr 2024 at 23:00
4 A4 pages
Outcomes assessed: LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4
hurdle task = hurdle task ?

Early feedback task

This unit includes an early feedback task, designed to give you feedback prior to the census date for this unit. Details are provided in the Canvas site and your result will be recorded in your Marks page. It is important that you actively engage with this task so that the University can support you to be successful in this unit.

Assessment summary

  1. In class quiz - early feedback task (10%)
  2. Hand in Task Portfolio (20%) – Written submission on the application of models of practice.
  3. Written Report (40%) - Written submission on the Meaning of occupation
  4. Oral exam (30%, hurdle task) – 10-minute case based oral examination.
  5. Accelerate Communication Excellence (ACE) (0%, hurdle task) The Accelerate Communication Excellence (ACE) program is an online module designed to accelerate the development of your professional communication skills in listening, reading, writing, speaking and reasoning. For each of these professional areas, you will learn how to accelerate your skills, followed by the opportunity to self -assess your skills and confidence. ACE aims to better prepare you for your first clinic placement by helping you bridge the gap from your classroom studies to working with clients in real-life settings. The ACE module will be available via the ACE Canvas site with an Online Module to be assessed in Week 5-6 and a Communication Interview in Week 9. There will be an additional immersive for those students who need support. Your final grade for this unit will only be released if you have completed the ACE online modules.

Detailed information for each assessment can be found on Canvas.

Assessment criteria

The University awards common result grades, set out in the Coursework Policy 2014 (Schedule 1).

As a general guide, a high distinction indicates work of an exceptional standard, a distinction a very high standard, a credit a good standard, and a pass an acceptable standard.

Result name

Mark range

Description

High distinction

85 - 100

Outstanding level of achievement: Moves well beyond what would normally be expected for the student’s level of learning.  The work is structured appropriately, deeply analytical and well supported.

Distinction

75 - 84

Excellent level of achievement: Clearly structured and presented.  Ideas/arguments are well articulated and systematically presented.  All tasks set by the assessment item are completed.  Work is comprehensive, analytical and presents evidence of critical thinking.

Credit

65 - 74

Above average level of achievement:  Incorporates many of the aspects listed above but without the same degree of analysis or critical thinking.  Demonstrates a sound understanding of the content.

Pass

50 - 64

Acceptable level of achievement: Work submitted meets the basic requirements of the set task.  Demonstrates a basic understanding of the topic/issue/concern but is less precise and less discriminating than higher level responses.

Fail

0 - 49

When you don’t meet the learning outcomes of the unit to a satisfactory standard.

For more information see sydney.edu.au/students/guide-to-grades.

For more information see guide to grades.

Late submission

In accordance with University policy, these penalties apply when written work is submitted after 11:59pm on the due date:

  • Deduction of 5% of the maximum mark for each calendar day after the due date.
  • After ten calendar days late, a mark of zero will be awarded.

This unit has an exception to the standard University policy or supplementary information has been provided by the unit coordinator. This information is displayed below:

Late penalties as per the university policy will be applied for submitted assignments.

Academic integrity

The Current Student website  provides information on academic integrity and the resources available to all students. The University expects students and staff to act ethically and honestly and will treat all allegations of academic integrity breaches seriously.  

We use similarity detection software to detect potential instances of plagiarism or other forms of academic integrity breach. If such matches indicate evidence of plagiarism or other forms of academic integrity breaches, your teacher is required to report your work for further investigation.

You may only use artificial intelligence and writing assistance tools in assessment tasks if you are permitted to by your unit coordinator, and if you do use them, you must also acknowledge this in your work, either in a footnote or an acknowledgement section.

Studiosity is permitted for postgraduate units unless otherwise indicated by the unit coordinator. The use of this service must be acknowledged in your submission.

Simple extensions

If you encounter a problem submitting your work on time, you may be able to apply for an extension of five calendar days through a simple extension.  The application process will be different depending on the type of assessment and extensions cannot be granted for some assessment types like exams.

Special consideration

If exceptional circumstances mean you can’t complete an assessment, you need consideration for a longer period of time, or if you have essential commitments which impact your performance in an assessment, you may be eligible for special consideration or special arrangements.

Special consideration applications will not be affected by a simple extension application.

Using AI responsibly

Co-created with students, AI in Education includes lots of helpful examples of how students use generative AI tools to support their learning. It explains how generative AI works, the different tools available and how to use them responsibly and productively.

Support for students

The Support for Students Policy 2023 reflects the University’s commitment to supporting students in their academic journey and making the University safe for students. It is important that you read and understand this policy so that you are familiar with the range of support services available to you and understand how to engage with them.

The University uses email as its primary source of communication with students who need support under the Support for Students Policy 2023. Make sure you check your University email regularly and respond to any communications received from the University.

Learning resources and detailed information about weekly assessment and learning activities can be accessed via Canvas. It is essential that you visit your unit of study Canvas site to ensure you are up to date with all of your tasks.

If you are having difficulties completing your studies, or are feeling unsure about your progress, we are here to help. You can access the support services offered by the University at any time:

Support and Services (including health and wellbeing services, financial support and learning support)
Course planning and administration
Meet with an Academic Adviser

WK Topic Learning activity Learning outcomes
Week 01 Introduction to Occupational therapy and welcome to course Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO1 LO6
Week 02 Occupation: understanding the person-occupation-environment context. Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO1 LO2 LO3
Week 03 Models of Practice in Occupational Therapy Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO1 LO3 LO4
Week 04 Models of Practice in Occupational Therapy Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO3 LO4 LO5
Week 05 Occupational ill health and wellbeing Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO2 LO3 LO4
Week 06 Time use and occupational balance Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO2 LO3 LO4
Week 07 Understanding occupational narratives: doing being, becoming and belonging Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4 LO5 LO6 LO7 LO8
Week 08 Communication skills for Occupational therapists: Interviewing structure and questions Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO5 LO6 LO7 LO8
Week 09 Communication skills for Occupational therapists: Interviewing - listening and attending Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO2 LO3 LO5 LO6 LO7 LO8
Week 10 Communication skills for Occupational therapists: Interviewing - responding and reflecting Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO4 LO5 LO6 LO7 LO8
Week 11 Culture and work with individuals, groups and populations. Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO2 LO3 LO4 LO5 LO8
Week 12 Occupational therapy practice and process Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4
Week 13 Looking at the 'whole picture' - bringing it all together Lecture and tutorial (3 hr) LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4 LO5 LO6 LO7 LO8

Attendance and class requirements

Attendance: As per University policy, students are expected to attend all live classes and are required to attend 85% of the tutorials to pass this unit of study.  

Study commitment

Typically, there is a minimum expectation of 1.5-2 hours of student effort per week per credit point for units of study offered over a full semester. For a 6 credit point unit, this equates to roughly 120-150 hours of student effort in total.

Required readings

There is no recommended text for this unit - see the CANVAS site for recommended readings each week.

Learning outcomes are what students know, understand and are able to do on completion of a unit of study. They are aligned with the University's graduate qualities and are assessed as part of the curriculum.

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Articulate your occupational therapy identity by describing the core philosophy, focus and scope of occupational therapy
  • LO2. Identify and define the concept of occupational ill-health and well being
  • LO3. Identify and define the essential theoretical constructs that represent human occupations and occupational performance
  • LO4. Use theoretical constructs of occupational performance to identify the occupational needs of individuals, groups and populations
  • LO5. Investigate, analyse and document information about occupational performance, health and well-being through professional interviewing
  • LO6. Demonstrate ethical and professional communication skills that reflect professional values in occupational therapy
  • LO7. Describe the impact of effective verbal and non-verbal communication, as well as miscommunication, and how this links to health outcomes
  • LO8. Identify and demonstrate respectful communication skills relevant to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Graduate qualities

The graduate qualities are the qualities and skills that all University of Sydney graduates must demonstrate on successful completion of an award course. As a future Sydney graduate, the set of qualities have been designed to equip you for the contemporary world.

GQ1 Depth of disciplinary expertise

Deep disciplinary expertise is the ability to integrate and rigorously apply knowledge, understanding and skills of a recognised discipline defined by scholarly activity, as well as familiarity with evolving practice of the discipline.

GQ2 Critical thinking and problem solving

Critical thinking and problem solving are the questioning of ideas, evidence and assumptions in order to propose and evaluate hypotheses or alternative arguments before formulating a conclusion or a solution to an identified problem.

GQ3 Oral and written communication

Effective communication, in both oral and written form, is the clear exchange of meaning in a manner that is appropriate to audience and context.

GQ4 Information and digital literacy

Information and digital literacy is the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, manage, adapt, integrate, create and convey information using appropriate resources, tools and strategies.

GQ5 Inventiveness

Generating novel ideas and solutions.

GQ6 Cultural competence

Cultural Competence is the ability to actively, ethically, respectfully, and successfully engage across and between cultures. In the Australian context, this includes and celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, knowledge systems, and a mature understanding of contemporary issues.

GQ7 Interdisciplinary effectiveness

Interdisciplinary effectiveness is the integration and synthesis of multiple viewpoints and practices, working effectively across disciplinary boundaries.

GQ8 Integrated professional, ethical, and personal identity

An integrated professional, ethical and personal identity is understanding the interaction between one’s personal and professional selves in an ethical context.

GQ9 Influence

Engaging others in a process, idea or vision.

Outcome map

Learning outcomes Graduate qualities
GQ1 GQ2 GQ3 GQ4 GQ5 GQ6 GQ7 GQ8 GQ9

Alignment with Competency standards

Outcomes Competency standards
LO1
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.1. Complies with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia’s standards, guidelines and Code of conduct
1.10. Practises within limits of her/his own level of competence and expertise
1.15. Addresses issues of occupational justice in practice
1.5. Practises in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner, with particular respect to culturally diverse client groups
1.6. Incorporates and responds to historical, political, cultural, societal, environmental and economic factors influencing health, wellbeing and occupations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
1.7. Collaborates and consults ethically and responsibly for effective client-centred and interprofessional practice
2.1. Applies current and evidence-informed knowledge of occupational therapy and other appropriate and relevant theory in practice
2.2. Applies theory and frameworks of occupation to professional practice and decision-making
2.8. Reflects on practice to inform current and future reasoning and decision-making and the integration of theory and evidence into practice
3.1. Addresses occupational performance and participation of clients, identifying the enablers and barriers to engagement
3.8. Identifies and uses practice guidelines and protocols suitable to the practice setting or work environment
LO2
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.15. Addresses issues of occupational justice in practice
1.5. Practises in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner, with particular respect to culturally diverse client groups
1.6. Incorporates and responds to historical, political, cultural, societal, environmental and economic factors influencing health, wellbeing and occupations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
1.7. Collaborates and consults ethically and responsibly for effective client-centred and interprofessional practice
1.9. Identifies and manages the influence of her/his values and culture on practice
2.1. Applies current and evidence-informed knowledge of occupational therapy and other appropriate and relevant theory in practice
2.2. Applies theory and frameworks of occupation to professional practice and decision-making
2.3. Identifies and applies best available evidence in professional practice and decision-making
2.4. Understands and responds to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health philosophies, leadership, research and practices
2.5. Maintains current knowledge for cultural responsiveness to all groups in the practice setting
4.4. Uses culturally responsive, safe and relevant communication tools and strategies
LO3
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.1. Complies with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia’s standards, guidelines and Code of conduct
1.11. Maintains professional competence and adapts to change in practice contexts
1.15. Addresses issues of occupational justice in practice
1.5. Practises in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner, with particular respect to culturally diverse client groups
1.6. Incorporates and responds to historical, political, cultural, societal, environmental and economic factors influencing health, wellbeing and occupations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
1.7. Collaborates and consults ethically and responsibly for effective client-centred and interprofessional practice
1.8. Adheres to all work health and safety, and quality requirements for practice
1.9. Identifies and manages the influence of her/his values and culture on practice
2.1. Applies current and evidence-informed knowledge of occupational therapy and other appropriate and relevant theory in practice
2.2. Applies theory and frameworks of occupation to professional practice and decision-making
2.3. Identifies and applies best available evidence in professional practice and decision-making
2.4. Understands and responds to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health philosophies, leadership, research and practices
2.5. Maintains current knowledge for cultural responsiveness to all groups in the practice setting
2.6. Maintains and improves currency of knowledge, skills and new evidence for practice by adhering to the requirements for continuing professional development
3.1. Addresses occupational performance and participation of clients, identifying the enablers and barriers to engagement
3.2. Performs appropriate information gathering and assessment when identifying a client’s status and functioning, strengths, occupational performance and goals
3.3. Collaborates with the client and relevant others to determine the priorities and occupational therapy goals
3.7. Reflects on practice to inform and communicate professional reasoning and decision-making
LO4
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.10. Practises within limits of her/his own level of competence and expertise
1.15. Addresses issues of occupational justice in practice
1.3. Maintains professional boundaries in all client and professional relationships
1.4. Recognises and manages conflicts of interest in all client and professional relationships
1.5. Practises in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner, with particular respect to culturally diverse client groups
1.6. Incorporates and responds to historical, political, cultural, societal, environmental and economic factors influencing health, wellbeing and occupations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
1.7. Collaborates and consults ethically and responsibly for effective client-centred and interprofessional practice
2.1. Applies current and evidence-informed knowledge of occupational therapy and other appropriate and relevant theory in practice
2.2. Applies theory and frameworks of occupation to professional practice and decision-making
2.3. Identifies and applies best available evidence in professional practice and decision-making
2.4. Understands and responds to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health philosophies, leadership, research and practices
2.6. Maintains and improves currency of knowledge, skills and new evidence for practice by adhering to the requirements for continuing professional development
2.8. Reflects on practice to inform current and future reasoning and decision-making and the integration of theory and evidence into practice
3.1. Addresses occupational performance and participation of clients, identifying the enablers and barriers to engagement
3.2. Performs appropriate information gathering and assessment when identifying a client’s status and functioning, strengths, occupational performance and goals
3.3. Collaborates with the client and relevant others to determine the priorities and occupational therapy goals
3.4. Develops a plan with the client and relevant others to meet identified occupational therapy goals
3.5. Selects and implements culturally responsive and safe practice strategies to suit the occupational therapy goals and environment of the client
3.6. Seeks to understand and incorporate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ experiences of health, wellbeing and occupations encompassing cultural connections
3.7. Reflects on practice to inform and communicate professional reasoning and decision-making
3.8. Identifies and uses practice guidelines and protocols suitable to the practice setting or work environment
4.1. Communicates openly, respectfully and effectively
4.3. Works ethically with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations to understand and incorporate relevant cultural protocols and communication strategies, with the aim of working to support self-governance in communities
4.4. Uses culturally responsive, safe and relevant communication tools and strategies
4.7. Obtains informed consent for practice and information-sharing from the client or legal guardian
LO5
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.1. Complies with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia’s standards, guidelines and Code of conduct
1.11. Maintains professional competence and adapts to change in practice contexts
1.12. Identifies and uses relevant professional and operational support and supervision
1.14. Recognises and manages her/his own physical and mental health for safe, professional practice
1.17. Recognises and manages any inherent power imbalance in relationships with clients.
1.3. Maintains professional boundaries in all client and professional relationships
1.4. Recognises and manages conflicts of interest in all client and professional relationships
1.5. Practises in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner, with particular respect to culturally diverse client groups
1.9. Identifies and manages the influence of her/his values and culture on practice
2.5. Maintains current knowledge for cultural responsiveness to all groups in the practice setting
3.2. Performs appropriate information gathering and assessment when identifying a client’s status and functioning, strengths, occupational performance and goals
3.3. Collaborates with the client and relevant others to determine the priorities and occupational therapy goals
3.5. Selects and implements culturally responsive and safe practice strategies to suit the occupational therapy goals and environment of the client
3.7. Reflects on practice to inform and communicate professional reasoning and decision-making
4.1. Communicates openly, respectfully and effectively
4.10. Seeks and responds to feedback, modifying communication and/or practice accordingly, and
4.11. Identifies and articulates the rationale for practice to clients and relevant others.
4.2. Adapts written, verbal and non-verbal communication appropriate to the client and practice context
4.3. Works ethically with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations to understand and incorporate relevant cultural protocols and communication strategies, with the aim of working to support self-governance in communities
4.4. Uses culturally responsive, safe and relevant communication tools and strategies
4.6. Maintains contemporaneous, accurate and complete records of practice
4.7. Obtains informed consent for practice and information-sharing from the client or legal guardian
4.8. Maintains collaborative professional relationships with clients, health professionals and relevant others
4.9. Uses effective communication skills to initiate and end relationships with clients and relevant others
LO6
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.1. Complies with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia’s standards, guidelines and Code of conduct
1.3. Maintains professional boundaries in all client and professional relationships
1.4. Recognises and manages conflicts of interest in all client and professional relationships
1.5. Practises in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner, with particular respect to culturally diverse client groups
1.7. Collaborates and consults ethically and responsibly for effective client-centred and interprofessional practice
1.9. Identifies and manages the influence of her/his values and culture on practice
4.1. Communicates openly, respectfully and effectively
4.10. Seeks and responds to feedback, modifying communication and/or practice accordingly, and
4.11. Identifies and articulates the rationale for practice to clients and relevant others.
4.2. Adapts written, verbal and non-verbal communication appropriate to the client and practice context
4.3. Works ethically with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations to understand and incorporate relevant cultural protocols and communication strategies, with the aim of working to support self-governance in communities
4.7. Obtains informed consent for practice and information-sharing from the client or legal guardian
4.8. Maintains collaborative professional relationships with clients, health professionals and relevant others
4.9. Uses effective communication skills to initiate and end relationships with clients and relevant others
LO7
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.10. Practises within limits of her/his own level of competence and expertise
1.11. Maintains professional competence and adapts to change in practice contexts
1.14. Recognises and manages her/his own physical and mental health for safe, professional practice
1.15. Addresses issues of occupational justice in practice
1.17. Recognises and manages any inherent power imbalance in relationships with clients.
1.3. Maintains professional boundaries in all client and professional relationships
1.5. Practises in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner, with particular respect to culturally diverse client groups
1.7. Collaborates and consults ethically and responsibly for effective client-centred and interprofessional practice
1.9. Identifies and manages the influence of her/his values and culture on practice
2.2. Applies theory and frameworks of occupation to professional practice and decision-making
2.3. Identifies and applies best available evidence in professional practice and decision-making
2.4. Understands and responds to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health philosophies, leadership, research and practices
2.5. Maintains current knowledge for cultural responsiveness to all groups in the practice setting
3.3. Collaborates with the client and relevant others to determine the priorities and occupational therapy goals
3.5. Selects and implements culturally responsive and safe practice strategies to suit the occupational therapy goals and environment of the client
3.6. Seeks to understand and incorporate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ experiences of health, wellbeing and occupations encompassing cultural connections
3.7. Reflects on practice to inform and communicate professional reasoning and decision-making
3.8. Identifies and uses practice guidelines and protocols suitable to the practice setting or work environment
4.1. Communicates openly, respectfully and effectively
4.2. Adapts written, verbal and non-verbal communication appropriate to the client and practice context
4.3. Works ethically with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations to understand and incorporate relevant cultural protocols and communication strategies, with the aim of working to support self-governance in communities
4.4. Uses culturally responsive, safe and relevant communication tools and strategies
LO8
Australian occupational therapy competency standards 2018 - OTBA
1.6. Incorporates and responds to historical, political, cultural, societal, environmental and economic factors influencing health, wellbeing and occupations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
2.4. Understands and responds to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health philosophies, leadership, research and practices
3.6. Seeks to understand and incorporate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ experiences of health, wellbeing and occupations encompassing cultural connections
4.3. Works ethically with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations to understand and incorporate relevant cultural protocols and communication strategies, with the aim of working to support self-governance in communities

This section outlines changes made to this unit following staff and student reviews.

The unit has been revised to accommodate the early feedback task and to ensure cohesion between topics.

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