Therapeutic Reasoning in Occupational Therapy - Elsevier E-Book on VitalSource (Retail Access Card), 1st Edition
Elsevier eBook on VitalSource - Access Card
Help your students develop the clinical reasoning skills needed to be effective decision-makers in OT practice! Therapeutic Reasoning in Occupational Therapy: How to Develop Critical Thinking for Practice uses practical learning activities, worksheets, and realistic cases to help you master clinical reasoning and critical thinking concepts. Video clips on the Evolve website demonstrate therapeutic reasoning and show the diverse perspectives of U.S. and international contributors. Designed to be used as a workbook, this "how-to" text makes it easier to apply clinical reasoning in a variety of practice settings.
- Dynamic, interactive approach reinforces your understanding with learning activities in each chapter.
- Case studies and experiential learning activities flow from simple to complex, and represent occupational therapy across the lifespan.
- AOTA’s Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, 4th Edition and current OT practice are reflected throughout the book.
- Practical learning activities and templates are clinically relevant and designed to support reasoning in a variety of practice settings.
- Video clips on the Evolve website are contributed by practitioners, educators, and students, reinforcing content and showing how therapeutic reasoning applies to real-world cases.
- Worksheets and/or templates are included in each chapter to enhance learning and for use in practice.
- Assessments in each chapter measure therapeutic reasoning outcomes.
- Student and practitioner resources on Evolve include printable PDFs of the in-text worksheets, video clips, additional case examples, templates for assignments, exemplars, and reflective activities.
TOC TBD, but here is a rough draft of some proposed Sections/chapters:
I. Student Success: Therapeutic Reasoning Process
II. Apply knowledge
III. Create Intervention Plans
IV. Integrate value of occupation
V. Demonstrate effective team work
VI. Implement therapeutic use of self
VII. Utilize current evidence
VIII. Gain deeper knowledge of OT
Jane Clifford O'Brien, PHD, MS.ED.L, OTR/L, FAOTA, Professor, Occupational Therapy Department, University of New England Portland, Maine, United States, Mary Elizabeth Patnaude, DHSc, OTR/L, Assisnt Clin Prof, Dept of OT, U of New England and Teressa Garcia Reidy, MS, OTR/L