Developing Clinical Competence: A Workbook for the OTA 2021 Original pdf
A newly updated, user-friendly resource for occupational therapy assistant students and new practitioners, Developing Clinical Competence: A Workbook for the OTA, Second Edition assists readers in developing practical problem-solving and “‘real-life”’ skills essential for fieldwork and clinical practice. Maintaining the easy-to-read workbook format from the First Edition, this book is filled with learning activities, worksheets, and detailed answer explanations, as well as expanded chapter content and revised references.
Marie J. Morreale breaks down competencies into step-by-step units to allow for independent study. With multiple choice, matching, true/false, and fill-in-the-blanks questions; case studies; vignettes; and experiential activities, this Second Edition presents helpful tips in their most useful format. Guiding the reader through occupational therapy clinical decision making, professional conduct, and meeting standards of care for various practice areas, each chapter is fully independent and can be read in the order most conducive to the reader’s individual learning needs. This text can help readers measure attainment of knowledge and skills when preparing for fieldwork, the national certification exam, or transitioning to entry-level practice.
New for the Second Edition:
•Fundamental topics including effective communication, assessment of client function, safety, supervision, documentation, group process, and department management
•Additional questions regarding behavioral health and pediatric practice
•Expanded content for professionalism, ethics, cultural sensitivity, and interventions to support occupations
•Topics such as wheeled mobility, hand function development, infection control, feeding/eating, wound care basics, quality improvement, and more
•Added content regarding the American Occupational Therapy Association documents, evidence-informed practice, advocacy, chronic conditions, and new trends
•Incorporated concepts and principles from the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process, Fourth Edition
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