The first text designed specifically to follow the outline and accompany the presentation of the Management course, now required for all MOT and Baccalaureate OT programs! Its primary goal is to introduce students to the use of theory, research and evidence in guiding their practice as future occupational therapy managers. As occupational therapists are becoming familiar with the concepts of evidence-based practice relating to clinical interventions, the same process of identifying, evaluating and applying evidence should govern practice as an occupational therapy manager. Instead of a how-to approach, the author encourages students to think in terms of these concepts.Instructions are both oral and written (memos, departmental policies and procedures, physiciansa#39; orders). ... Departments of Occupational Therapy, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Physical Therapy, and the University Medicalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leading & Managing Occupational Therapy Services|
|Publisher||:||F.A. Davis - 2005-08-16|