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Powerful Practice & OTIPM: Planning and Implementing Authentic Occupational Therapy Services

Das Occupational Therapy Intervention Process Model (OTIPM) ist ein betätigungszentriertes, professionelles Reasoning Modell. Der Schwerpunkt dieses Kurses liegt in der Anwendung des OTIPM, des Transcactional Model of Occupation sowie verschiedenen Interventionsmodellen in der täglichen Praxis. An diesem dreitägigen Kurs richtet sich Anne G. Fisher an Ergotherapeutinnen und -therapeuten, Studierende und Forschende, die die Kraft der Betätigung nutzen und in ergotherapeutischen Angeboten umsetzen wollen.

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Abschluss : Kursbestätigung Powerful Practice & OTIPM: Planning and Implementing Authentic Occupational Therapy Services

Start : 26.08.2021

Dauer : 3 Tage

Kosten : CHF 885.00

Bemerkung zu den Kosten : 

Die Kursunterlagen (das Buch "Powerful Practice": A Model for Authentic Occupational Therapy (Fisher & Marterella, 2019) und Arbeitsblätter) sind im Preis inbegriffen, wie auch die Einschreibgebühr für CIOTS. Preisänderungen vorbehalten.

Durchführungsort : 

Die Kurstage finden in Bern statt. Der genaue Durchführungsort wird noch bekannt gegeben.

Unterrichtssprache : Englisch
Englisch (punktuelle Übersetzung möglich)

Ziele und Inhalt

Zielpublikum

Ergotherapeutinnen und -therapeuten, Ergotherapiestudierende

Ziele

Participants of the course will:

  • Understand the occupation-centered professional reasoning process defined in the OTIPM
  • Distinguish between occupation-centered reasoning and occupation-based and occupation-focused practice
  • Articulate various types of evaluations and interventions occupational therapists commonly use and evaluate which ones are ecologically-relevant, occupation-based, and/or occupation-focused
  • Apply true top-down and occupation-centered reasoning in the context of implementing occupation-based and occupation-focused services
  • Implement nonstandardized observation-based performance analyses of a person’s quality of occupational performance, including quality of social interaction;
  • Understand when and how to link other occupational therapy models of practice and evaluation methods into the occupational therapy intervention process
  • Use the Transactional Model of Occupation to reason about the intertwined relationships among various elements of situational contexts and the elements of occupation: occupational performance, occupational experience, and participation
  • Write occupation-focused documentation, including observable and measurable client-centered goals
  • Use systematic strategies for accumulating practice-based evidence of the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions

 

Inhalt

This course, led by Anne G. Fisher, is based on the text, Powerful Practice: A Model for Authentic Occupational Therapy (Fisher & Marterella, 2019). The intent of this text is to offer occupational therapy clinicians, educators, students, and researchers with a practical and accessible guide to providing occupational therapy services across settings. Building on this text, the course will address how occupational therapists:

  • overcome, minimize, or work around the constraints they face in practice;
  • reason about the complexity of occupation using the new Transactional Model of Occupation, one that is informed by occupational science;
  • critically evaluate the evaluation and intervention methods they use and consider how they can modify their practices to ensure they are legitimate for use in authentic occupational therapy;
  • use the Occupational Therapy Intervention Process Model (OTIPM) to guide the implementation of authentic occupational therapy services;
  • implement observation-based performance analysis of their clients’ quality of occupational performance; and
  • accumulate practice-based evidence to support the power of occupation.

Methodik

Lectures, video case examples, discussions, practice

Beratung und Kontakt

Veranstalter

Dozierende

Anne G. Fisher, ScD, OT, FAOTA

Kooperationspartner

EVS

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Anmeldeinformationen

Kursdaten (Änderungen vorbehalten):
26.08.2021
27.08.2021
28.08.2021

3 Tage à 8 Lektionen Präsenzunterricht.

Da Anne G. Fisher für diesen vielseitigen Kurs in der Schweiz reisen wird, musste das Durchführungsdatum von April auf August 2021 verschoben werden.   

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