Courses & Units
Occupational Therapy Practice 4 CXA721
This unit consolidates knowledge and skills related to professional practice issues and communication in occupational therapy and prepare students to transition to professional practice. A range of professional issues that newly graduated professionals may encounter are explored. Occupational therapy approaches are studied in relation to prevention, management and optimisation of client potential and the application of a client-centred and evidence-based approach to direct client interventions. The unit is strongly focused on developing advanced clinical skills and knowledge for the evaluation and management of advanced, chronic and complex conditions and includes studies in advanced concepts in occupational therapy professional practice, health communication and areas of complex and chronic disease occupational therapy assessment and intervention.
|Unit name||Occupational Therapy Practice 4|
|College/School||College of Health and Medicine
School of Health Sciences
|Coordinator||Associate Professor Lisa Dalton|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Perform and evaluate client-centred and evidence-based initiatives and service provision for clients with complex and chronic conditions using sound clinical reasoning and evidence- based practice.
- Demonstrate entry-to-practice level health communication and reflect on the adaptation of professional communication skills to assist problem solving in complex clinical situations.
- Apply critical self-reflection and the attributes of life-long learning, inquiry and relate to ongoing professional development as an occupational therapist as a client advocate and as an emerging leader within your discipline.
- Produce a professional portfolio of evidence that demonstrates entry-level competence required for initial registration as an occupational therapist in Australia.
|Field of Education||Commencing Student Contribution 1,3||Grandfathered Student Contribution 1,3||Approved Pathway Course Student Contribution 2,3||Domestic Full Fee 4|
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PrerequisitesCXA720 Occupational Therapy Practice 3
Co-requisitesCXA722 Chronicity, Complexity and Service Delivery
|Assessment||Applied Clinical Reasoning: Client with a chronic or complex condition. (30%)|Professional Portfolio|Occupational Therapy Skills Performance. (40%)|Assessment of Occupational Therapy Practice (30%)|
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