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- Single page of clinical reasoning for each model provides aide memoire for undergraduate study and students on clinical placements.
- Analysis of 6 case studies from perspective of each model with a grid demonstrating the model's application for each case study at the end of each chapter illustrates use of models within a practice context.
- Description of historical and cultural context of each model's development enhance students' understanding.
- Examples of where models have been used inappropriately and the consequences of this and how it might relate to clinical reasoning aid understanding.
- Grid at end of book summarising the application of each model for each case study allows students to compare and contrast the efficacy of each model in different contexts.
Chapter 1: Theory and practice Chapter 2: Professional reasoning in context Chapter 3: Occupational performance and adaptation models Chapter 4: Person-environment-occupation models Chapter 5: Canadian models of occupational performance and engagement
Chapter 6: model of human occupation
Chapter 7: Kawa model Chapter 8: Occupational therapy concepts
Merrill June Turpin, BOccThy, GradDipCounsel, PhD, Lecturer, Division of Occupational Therapy, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia and Michael K. Iwama, PhD, MSc, BScOT, BSc, Associate Professor, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada