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Reviewer: Brent H. Braveman, MEd, OTR/L(University of Illinois at Chicago)
Description: This textbook highlights collaborative intraprofessional relationships in clinical practice between registered occupational therapists (OTRs) and certified occupational therapy assistants (COTAs).
Purpose: The stated purpose of the book is to provide an extensive review of the roles and functions of occupational therapy practitioners. A second stated purpose is to be a clinical reference and major classroom text.
Audience: The author's intended audience for this book is both students and practitioners. Although the delineation of professional roles is clear and consistent with mainstream practice, the clinical applications are general. Students and entry-level COTAs or OTRs will find this text informative. Advanced clinicians unfamiliar with working in intraprofessional teams may also benefit from reading this text.
Features: Multiple sample forms and diagrams of treatment processes are provided to supplement the text. Photographs are limited, but are of good quality. Several appendixes are included (e.g., standards of practice, code of ethics) and are valuable references for entry-level practitioners. The expanded table of contents is useful in identifying and locating key concepts.
Assessment: This book will appeal to students because of its effective integration of theory, professional documents, and application to clinical practice. The clinical examples are varied, which lends to its value as an introductory text. However, the generality and variety of clinical examples limit its usefulness for experienced practitioners. The book is recommended for COTA programs and as an introduction to intraprofessional relationships and team building for OTRs.
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Reviewer: Brent H. Braveman, MEd, OTR/L(University of Illinois at Chicago)
Description: This textbook highlights collaborative intraprofessional relationships in clinical practice between registered occupational therapists (OTRs) and certified occupational therapy assistants (COTAs).
Purpose: The stated purpose of the book is to provide an extensive review of the roles and functions of occupational therapy practitioners. A second stated purpose is to be a clinical reference and major classroom text.
Audience: The author's intended audience for this book is both students and practitioners. Although the delineation of professional roles is clear and consistent with mainstream practice, the clinical applications are general. Students and entry-level COTAs or OTRs will find this text informative. Advanced clinicians unfamiliar with working in intraprofessional teams may also benefit from reading this text.
Features: Multiple sample forms and diagrams of treatment processes are provided to supplement the text. Photographs are limited, but are of good quality. Several appendixes are included (e.g., standards of practice, code of ethics) and are valuable references for entry-level practitioners. The expanded table of contents is useful in identifying and locating key concepts.
Assessment: This book will appeal to students because of its effective integration of theory, professional documents, and application to clinical practice. The clinical examples are varied, which lends to its value as an introductory text. However, the generality and variety of clinical examples limit its usefulness for experienced practitioners. The book is recommended for COTA programs and as an introduction to intraprofessional relationships and team building for OTRs.
Brent H. Braveman
This textbook highlights collaborative intraprofessional relationships in clinical practice between registered occupational therapists (OTRs) and certified occupational therapy assistants (COTAs). The stated purpose of the book is to provide an extensive review of the roles and functions of occupational therapy practitioners. A second stated purpose is to be a clinical reference and major classroom text. The author's intended audience for this book is both students and practitioners. Although the delineation of professional roles is clear and consistent with mainstream practice, the clinical applications are general. Students and entry-level COTAs or OTRs will find this text informative. Advanced clinicians unfamiliar with working in intraprofessional teams may also benefit from reading this text. Multiple sample forms and diagrams of treatment processes are provided to supplement the text. Photographs are limited, but are of good quality. Several appendixes are included (e.g., standards of practice, code of ethics) and are valuable references for entry-level practitioners. The expanded table of contents is useful in identifying and locating key concepts. This book will appeal to students because of its effective integration of theory, professional documents, and application to clinical practice. The clinical examples are varied, which lends to its value as an introductory text. However, the generality and variety of clinical examples limit its usefulness for experienced practitioners. The book is recommended for COTA programs and as an introduction to intraprofessional relationships and team building for OTRs.
Booknews
Originally published as the single title, The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant: Roles and Responsibilities, this 2nd edition has been divided (the companion volume being The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant: Principles, Concepts and Techniques) and retitled to more accurately reflect the content and intended audience. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781556421792
  • Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/1993
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 376

Table of Contents

Expanded Contents
About the Editor
Contributing Authors
Acknowledgments
Foreword
Preface
Introduction: Occupational Therapy - A Profile
Ch. 1 Therapeutic Intervention Process 3
Ch. 2 COTA Supervision 9
Ch. 3 Teamwork and Team Building 15
Ch. 4 The Child with Visual Deficits 27
Ch. 5 The Child with Mental Retardation 35
Ch. 6 The Child with Cerebral Palsy 45
Ch. 7 The Child with a Conduct Disorder 57
Ch. 8 The Adolescent with Depression 65
Ch. 9 The Adolescent with Chemical Dependency 71
Ch. 10 The Adolescent with Burns 81
Ch. 11 The Young Adult with a Spinal Injury 93
Ch. 12 The Young Adult with Schizophrenia 103
Ch. 13 The Young Adult with Rheumatoid Arthritis 111
Ch. 14 The Adult with Multiple Sclerosis 121
Ch. 15 The Adult with AIDS 129
Ch. 16 The Adult with a Cerebral Vascular Accident 137
Ch. 17 The Elderly with Parkinson's Disease 147
Ch. 18 The Elderly with Alzheimer's Disease 153
Ch. 19 The Elderly with a Hip Arthroplasty 161
Ch. 20 The Elderly with Hearing and Visual Impairments 169
Ch. 21 Work Hardening 183
Ch. 22 The Role of the COTA as an Activities Director 193
Ch. 23 Traumatic Brain Injury 205
Ch. 24 Stress Management 219
Ch. 25 Hospice Care 231
Ch. 26 Driver Assessment and Education for the Disabled 239
Ch. 27 Documentation 261
Ch. 28 Service Operations 271
Ch. 29 Intraprofessional Relationships and Socialization 287
Ch. 30 Principles of Occupational Therapy Ethics 299
Ch. 31 The Credentialing Process in Occupational Therapy 307
Ch. 32 The Future of Occupational Therapy 315
Appendices 331
Bibliography 351
Glossary 357
Index 367
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