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OCCP5240: Implementing Skills in OT Prof Practice

An extended fieldwork placement and intensive on-campus study provides students with the opportunity to consolidate, apply, and further develop their knowledge of occupational therapy practice, with a focus on graduate capabilities. Enabling participation lies at the core of all occupational therapy practice and students will have the opportunity to implement, monitor, and evaluate a range of strategies for an agreed caseload. As members of different interdisciplinary teams, students will have opportunities to engage in formal and informal inter-professional learning. This unit enables students to continue to build on learning gained through OCCP5237, OCCP5238 and OCCP5239 through the participation in a seven-week, supervised 36hr/week placement in a professional service setting.

Code OCCP5240
Academic unit Participation Sciences
Credit points 9
Prerequisites:
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OCCP5237 and OCCP5238 and OCCP5239 and OCCP5208 and OCCP5218 and OCCP5219
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

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

  • LO1. demonstrate professional behaviours, self-management, therapeutic, and professional communication skills expected at a level of expected of an emerging to competent practitioner
  • LO2. implement all aspects of an occupational therapy process for an assigned caseload with appropriate supervision
  • LO3. discuss the contributions of a range of health professions in meeting patient/client needs
  • LO4. clearly articulate and justify professional reasoning with reference to the Canadian Practice Process Framework and an occupational therapy model.

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.