Occupational Therapy: Principles and Practice

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Williams & Wilkins, 1994 - Medical - 284 pages
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Written in casual, narrative style, this edition contains five new chapters, new case studies, new clinical stories, and discussion questions focusing on ethical, legal, and interpersonal issues. The text introduces students to occupational therapy and to career opportunities in the field. Using clinical examples and case studies, this edition provides a realistic look at the complementary roles of the registered occupational therapist (OTR) and the certified occupational therapy assistants (COTA). Occupational Therapy: Principles and Practice illustrates the OT process within various practice settings, including the acute care hospital, public school, and home health practice. Other topics include current and prospective issues in the field, the U.S. health care system, influences/implications of managed care, and the international OT market. All charts/tables reflect current statistics.

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