Occupational Therapy in Community and Population Health Practice
Be prepared for the growing opportunities in community and population health practice with the 3rd Edition of this groundbreaking resource. The New Edition reflects the convergence of community and population health practice with expanded content on health promotion, well-being, and wellness. Drs. Scaffa and Reitz present the theories underpinning occupational therapy practice in community and population health. Then, the authors provide practical guidance in program needs assessment, program development, and program evaluation. Both new practitioners and students will find practice-applicable coverage, including expanded case examples, specific strategies for working in the community, and guidance on securing funding for community and population health programs.
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SECTION II COMMUNITYBASED AND POPULATION HEALTH PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
SECTION III CHILDREN AND YOUTH
SECTION IV PRODUCTIVE AGING
SECTION V WORK AND INDUSTRY
SECTION VI MENTAL HEALTH
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