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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover image
  • Title page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Preface
    • The right attitude
    • Key features of the seventh edition
    • Structure of the seventh edition
  • Foreword
  • Contributors List
  • Section 1: Introduction
    • 1: Evolution of Occupational Therapy Within the Health Care Context
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Biomedical framework of health
      • The biopsychosocial and the international classification of functioning, disability and health frameworks of health
      • Occupational therapy practice and the biopsychosocial and ICF frameworks
      • The socioecological framework of health
      • Conclusion
  • Section 2: Underpinning Sciences
    • 2: Occupational Science
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • What is occupation?
      • Occupation as core to occupational therapy practice
      • Occupational science as core to expanding knowledge about occupation
      • Occupation as core to human living
      • Occupation as situated
      • Informing occupation-based practice: examples related to the experience and organisation of occupation
      • Conclusion
      • Further resources
    • 3: Biomedical Sciences
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Neurological anatomy and physiology
      • Musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology
      • Cardiovascular and respiratory anatomy and physiology
      • Conclusion
    • 4: Social Sciences
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Psychology
      • Sociology
      • Anthropology
      • Disability studies
      • Gender studies
      • Conclusion
  • Section 3: Professional Reasoning
    • 5: Client-Centredness
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Historical aspects
      • Client-centred practice is about two key concepts: respect and power
      • Client-centredness in practice
      • Conclusion
    • 6: Communication in Occupational Therapy Practice
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Strategies to enable communication
      • Developing communication skills
      • Specific areas of communication requiring emergent skill sets
      • Cultural communication
      • Dimensions of communication
      • Frameworks to guide the search for understanding and establishing relationships
      • Conclusion
    • 7: Professional Reasoning in Occupational Therapy Practice
      • Abstract
      • Acknowledgment
      • What is professional reasoning?
      • Enhancing professional reasoning skills and becoming an expert
      • The two-bodied practice
      • Types of professional reasoning
      • Using different types of professional reasoning across the occupational therapy process
      • What evidence supports therapist’s understanding of professional reasoning in occupational therapy?
      • Professional reasoning is more than the link between theory and practice: developing a theory of professional reasoning
      • Conclusion
    • 8: Canadian Practice Process Framework
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • The canadian practice process framework
      • Conclusion
    • 9: Occupational Therapy Practice Models
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Model of human occupation
      • Person-environment-occupation model of occupational performance
      • Occupational performance model (Australia)
      • Canadian model of occupational performance and engagement
      • Kawa model
      • Conclusion
    • 10: Occupational Performance Model (Australia): A Description of Constructs, Structure and Propositions
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • OPM(A): philosophical basis and assumptions
      • Occupational performance: constructs and structure
      • Construct 1: occupational performance
      • Construct 2: occupational roles
      • Construct 3: occupational performance areas
      • Construct 4: occupational performance capacities
      • Construct 5: core elements of occupational performance
      • Construct 6: external context
      • Construct 7: space
      • Construct 8: time
      • Conclusion
    • 11: The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E)
      • Abstract
      • Historical developments of the canadian model of occupational performance and engagement
      • The canadian model of occupational performance and engagement
      • Conclusion
      • Professional Reasoning - Excerpts From Bonus Practice Stories
  • Section 4: Assessment
    • 12: Process of Assessment
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • The shifting focus of assessment
      • Opening up the assessment process
      • Critically informed assessment processes
      • An occupational focus
      • Enacting assessment processes
      • Assessment strategies
      • Professional and ethical commitments
      • Conclusion
    • 13: Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • The canadian occupational performance measure
      • The COPM process
      • Psychometric properties of the COPM
      • Conclusion
    • 14: Task, Activity and Occupational Analysis
      • Abstract
      • The meaning of occupation for analysis of activities and occupations
      • Continuum of analyses: task, activity and occupation
      • Occupational analysis: a cornerstone of occupational therapy practice
      • Therapeutic application of activity and occupational analyses
      • Conclusion
    • 15: Dynamic Performance Analysis
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Performance analysis
      • Dynamic performance analysis
      • A skill for development
      • Conclusion
    • 16: Analysis of Occupational Performance: Motor, Process and Social Interaction Skills
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Definition of terms
      • What is occupational performance analysis?
      • Why is occupational performance analysis important?
      • AMPS and ESI as standardised, observational occupational performance analysis tools
      • Domains of occupational therapy
      • The application of occupational performance analysis within the occupational therapy process
      • Conclusion
    • 17: Perceive, Recall, Plan and Perform (PRPP) System of Task Analysis and Intervention
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Information processing and cognitive strategies for occupational performance
      • Cognitive strategy use and the PRPP system of task analysis and intervention
      • PRPP Assessment
      • PRPP intervention
      • Using the PRPP system of task analysis and intervention: jonas
      • Conclusion
    • 18: Assessing the Environment
      • Abstract
      • Environmental aspects of occupational engagement
      • Assessment
      • Conclusion
    • 19: Reasoning Underpinning Assessments for People Experiencing Neurological Conditions
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • General assessment considerations
      • Assessment reasoning related to three practice settings: acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and community
      • Conclusion
    • 20: Reasoning Underpinning Assessments for People Experiencing Musculoskeletal Conditions
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Types of assessments
      • Quality criteria of assessments
      • Commonly used occupational therapy related assessments in musculoskeletal disorders
      • Key assessments used for people with musculoskeletal disorders: detailed description of selected assessments
      • Conclusion
    • 21: Reasoning Underpinning Assessments for People Experiencing Medical Conditions and Conditions Requiring Surgery
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Principles of assessment
      • Scope and types of assessments used in acute settings
      • Assessment for care requirements post discharge
      • Conclusion
      • Assessment - Excerpts from Bonus Practice Stories
  • Section 5: Goals
    • 22: Writing Occupation-Focused Goals
      • Abstract
      • Background
      • Occupation-focused plans: an overview
      • Referral to occupational therapy
      • Writing occupation-focused aims
      • Setting occupation-focused goals
      • Selecting occupation-focused strategies
      • Evaluating the person–environment–occupation fit
      • Conclusion
      • Goals - excerpts from bonus practice stories
  • Section 6: Enabling Skills and Strategies
    • 23: Overview of Enabling Skills and Strategies
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Focus on occupation
      • Complexity of occupational therapy practice
      • The concept of enabling
      • Enabling skills
      • Enabling strategies
      • Conclusion
    • 24: Advocacy and Lobbying
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Understanding and contextualising models of disability
      • Advocacy and lobbying
      • The occupational therapist as an agent of change
      • Strategies to effect change
      • Managing the dilemmas and tensions associated with advocacy and lobbying
      • Conclusion
    • 25: Education
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Why do occupational therapists educate?
      • Theories, models and principles that can guide the implementation of education interventions
      • Partnerships and shared decision making between therapists and the people with whom they work
      • Considerations when planning and implementing education interventions
      • Conclusion
    • 26: Public Health
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Key ideas within health promotion
      • The importance of the ottawa charter
      • Approaches to health promotion
      • The alignment between health promotion and occupational therapy
      • Conclusion
    • 27: Community Development
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Key concepts
      • Occupational therapy and community development
      • Practical application of community development to occupational therapy
      • Evidence for occupational therapy in community development
      • Conclusion
    • 28: Community-Based Rehabilitation
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Understanding community-based rehabilitation: an evolving strategy
      • Occupational therapy and community-based rehabilitation
      • Conclusion
    • 29: Coaching
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Defining coaching
      • Differentiating coaching from therapy, mentoring, consulting and training
      • The theoretical underpinnings of coaching
      • Coaching and occupational therapy
      • Application of coaching in occupational therapy practice
      • Conclusion
    • 30: Psychosocial Support
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Engagement and the therapeutic relationship
      • The therapeutic use of self and self-awareness
      • Emotional intelligence
      • Applied communication skills
      • Psychosocial support and adjustment
      • Application using practice story
      • Conclusion
    • 31: Working with Groups
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Setting the scene, definitions and clarification of terminology
      • Group work in physical rehabilitation
      • Evidence for group work
      • Core skills and reasoning in group work
      • Facilitating a group
      • Conclusion
    • 32: Enabling Sexuality
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Sexuality: diversity of experiences, meanings, purposes and values
      • Role of occupational therapists in addressing occupation of sexuality
      • Factors that may affect sexuality
      • Developing readiness to address sexuality
      • Addressing sexuality in practice: the recognition model
      • Intervention: enabling skills and strategies for addressing sexuality
      • Conclusion
    • 33: Personal Care
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Meaning
      • Choice
      • Motivation
      • Independence and interdependence
      • Routines
      • Dignity
      • The environment and personal care occupations
      • Addressing personal care issues
      • Conclusion
    • 34: Leisure
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Leisure throughout the lifespan
      • An occupational science perspective on leisure
      • Context of leisure and occupational therapy in physical settings for adults and older adults
      • Assessment of leisure occupations
      • Interventions that focus on leisure
      • Conclusion
    • 35: Work
      • Abstract
      • Introduction to work as occupation
      • A biopsychosocial approach to work disability
      • Work disability in physical conditions
      • Occupational therapy and work rehabilitation
      • Conclusion
    • 36: Biomechanical Strategies
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Paradigm shift: rationale for biomechanical strategies
      • Introduction to biomechanics
      • Biomechanical parameters
      • Implementing biomechanical strategies
      • Conclusion
    • 37: Hand Therapy
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Background to hand anatomy, injury healing and repair
      • Supporting people to engage with hand therapy
      • Assessment of the hand
      • Objective setting and goal planning
      • Implementation of an intervention plan
      • Evaluation and review
      • Conclusion
    • 38: Orthotics
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • What are orthoses?
      • Who needs orthoses?
      • Types of orthoses
      • How to design orthoses
      • When to use orthoses
      • Conclusion
    • 39: Working with People Living with Vision Impairment
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Vision impairment
      • Multidisciplinary team members in vision rehabilitation
      • Assessment of person with vision impairment
      • Enabling strategies and interventions
      • Conclusion
    • 40: Optimising Motor Performance and Sensation After Brain Impairment
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Essential skills, knowledge and attitudes for improving motor performance
      • Analysing movement
      • Teaching motor skills
      • Evaluating changes in motor performance
      • Evidence-based intervention to improve upper limb motor performance and sensation
      • Preventing and managing secondary impairments
      • Future directions
      • Conclusions
    • 41: Cognitive and Perceptual Strategies
      • Abstract
      • Introduction: what are cognition and perception?
      • Frameworks for occupational therapy when people have cognitive and perceptual problems
      • Assessment strategies
      • Intervention strategies
      • Community integration: the ultimate goal of cognitive and perceptual rehabilitation
      • Conclusion
    • 42: Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Cognitive strategy use: an overview
      • The CO-OP Approach
      • The CO-OP Approach and adults with neurological impairments
      • Lessons learned from the CO-OP Approach: use with cerebrovascular accident and traumatic brain injury
      • Conclusion
    • 43: Assistive Technology
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • The capability approach
      • Humans and technology
      • Key concepts: assistive, universal, and inclusive design
      • The technology chain
      • Assistive technology in the context of other interventions
      • Defining assistive technology
      • Assistive technology and outcomes
      • Practice stories: occupational therapy practice in at provision and the impact of context
      • Conclusion
    • 44: Universal Design
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Universal design environments
      • Application to practice
      • A brief comment on the impact of global society on universal design efforts
      • Conclusion
    • 45: Home Modification
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Key concepts in home modification
      • Importance of person-centeredness in home modifications
      • Self-determination as exemplified through practice stories
      • Home modification in occupational therapy practice
      • Evidence of home modifications' effectiveness
      • Home assessment and follow-up
      • Barriers to home modification intervention
      • Conclusion
    • 46: Mobility
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • What is mobility?
      • Why is mobility important?
      • The principles of walking
      • What can affect a person’s mobility?
      • Fall-related injury in older people
      • Risk factors associated with falls
      • Assessing mobility and fall risk
      • Managing fall risk in older people
      • Understanding the complexity of identifying and managing fall risk in the community
      • Conclusion
    • 47: Wheeled Mobility and Seating Systems
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Populations – who uses wheeled mobility and seating systems?
      • Prescribing wheeled mobility and seating systems
      • Some consideration when prescribing wheeled mobility and seating systems
      • Emerging technologies
      • Conclusion
    • 48: Driving and Community Mobility
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Driving, community mobility and health
      • Role of nondriving trained occupational therapist in relation to driving
      • Occupational therapy driving specialist: assessment and intervention
      • Occupational therapy driver assessment and rehabilitation: emerging issues
      • Conclusion
    • 49: Moving and Handling
      • Abstract
      • Introduction
      • Impact of moving and handling on the body – risks to the occupational therapist
      • Principles of movement
      • Biomechanical principles
      • Risk assessment
      • Equipment provision and use
      • Training
      • Principles of safer handling
      • Legislation
      • Conclusion
      • Enabling Skills and Strategies - Excerpts from Bonus Practice Stories
  • Section 7: Reflecting On Practice
    • 50: Reflecting on Practice
      • Abstract
      • Acknowledgement
      • Introduction
      • Reflective practice
      • Gibbs’ model of reflection
      • Conclusion
      • Reflecting on practice - excerpts from bonus practice stories
  • Index

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