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Problem-Based Learning within Occupational Therapy Education: A Summary of the Salford Experience
The Directorate of Occupational Therapy at Salford University adopted a modified problem-based learning (PBL) approach in March 2004. In recent years, PBL has received mixed reviews as a teachingExpand
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Perspectives of individuals receiving occupational therapy services through the National Disability Insurance Scheme: Implications for occupational therapy educators.
INTRODUCTION With the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia, occupational therapy graduates need to be adequately prepared to support service users in this newExpand
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Supervision training interventions in the health and human services: realist synthesis protocol
Introduction Supervision training aims to develop workplace supervisory competencies. Despite extensive supervision literature, including literature reviews, the processes through which supervisionExpand
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Professionalism, Prejudice and Personal Taste: Does it Matter What We Wear?
Personal presentation is a way of expressing one's identity. The appearance of the student or the occupational therapist in the workplace is part of his or her professional persona. Discomfort andExpand
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Professionalism, Personal Taste and Social Inclusion: Does it Matter What Clients Wear?
An earlier opinion piece considered the professional issues surrounding the occupational therapist's dress code within the workplace (Davys et al 2006). This second paper considers the role of theExpand
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Problem-based learning within occupational therapy education
The Directorate of Occupational Therapy at Salford University adopted a modified Problem Based Learning (PBL) approach within the newly validated programme in March 2004 to ensure that students haveExpand
Supervision training in healthcare: a realist synthesis
Supervision matters: it serves educational, supportive and management functions. Despite a plethora of evidence on the effectiveness of supervision, scant evidence for the impact of supervisionExpand
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