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This Fourth Edition presents the major ideas which form the core knowledge, skills, and attitudes of the occupational therapy profession today by analyzing conceptual (theoretical) and practice (application) models. The models are related to both the practice of occupational therapy and the process of delivering occupational therapy services. Seven existing models and eight new and developing models are presented, along with a historical background of the major concepts, and expanded case studies.

"...updated with a new format that thoroughly examines the knowledge base of OT through models...with new chapters on the conceptual base, the consumer domain base, the models base, and the skills base."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780683072075
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 11/28/1991
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 395
  • Product dimensions: 6.04 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition
Acknowledgments
Sect. I Scope of Occupational Therapy Services
1 Defining Occupational Therapy 2
2 Descriptions, Terms, Outcomes, and Processes 10
3 Value of Occupational Therapy 17
4 Health and Occupational Problems 21
5 Work Settings 30
Sect. II Organization of Occupational Therapy Knowledge Base
6 Philosophy and Models of Health Influencing Occupational Therapy Practice 38
7 Models of Occupational Therapy Being Explored and Discarded 53
8 Assumptions about Occupational Therapy 72
9 Toward a Theoretical Model of Occupational Therapy 87
10 Service Functions 94
11 Service Programs 106
Sect. III Management of Occupational Therapy Practice
12 Direct Service Functions 116
13 Direct Services - Program Planning 141
14 Direct Services - Intervention and Management 178
15 Summative Assessment and Communication 184
16 Administrative Functions 189
17 Documentation 195
18 Consultation and Research 198
19 Education 201
20 Referral or Prescription? 205
21 Personnel 208
22 Attitudes 212
23 Code of Ethics 221
24 Performance Criteria 225
25 Credentialing 234
Sect. IV Development of Occupational Therapy
26 Occupational Therapy as a Profession 242
27 Development of Professional Organizations 247
28 Founders of Occupational Therapy 262
29 Occupational Therapy and Society 280
30 Occupational Therapy Worldwide 308
Sect. V Sources of Information
31 Sources of Professional Literature 312
32 Sources of Continuing Education 322
Glossary 329
Appendix A: Statement of Occupational Therapy Referral 359
Appendix B: Occupational Therapy Referral Ckecklist 363
Appendix C: Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics 365
Appendix D: Student Ethics 369
Appendix E: Certificate of Incorporation of the National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy, Inc. 371
Index 373
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