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Problem-Based Learning within Occupational Therapy Education: A Summary of the Salford Experience
The authors of this opinion piece have 2 years' experience in delivering a PBL curriculum and have developed an awareness of both the advantages and the pitfalls of this style of educational delivery.
Perspectives of individuals receiving occupational therapy services through the National Disability Insurance Scheme: Implications for occupational therapy educators.
- L. Barclay, Libby Callaway, Kirsty Pope
- Medicine, PsychologyAustralian occupational therapy journal
- 1 February 2020
The insights provided by the people with lived experience in this study inform key areas of focus for occupational therapy curriculum to adequately prepare graduates to work in the evolving NDIS environment.
Professionalism, Prejudice and Personal Taste: Does it Matter What We Wear?
Based on a lunchtime discussion between three occupational therapy lecturers and underpinned by theory, this opinion piece presents some of the arguments surrounding the presentation of the self and what is required in order to work most effectively alongside the service user.
Supervision training in healthcare: a realist synthesis
- C. Rees, Sarah Lee, C. Palermo
- PsychologyAdvances in health sciences education : theory…
- 5 November 2019
A team-based realist synthesis of the supervision training literature presents a broader array of outcomes and mechanisms than have been previously identified, and provides novel insights into the causal pathways in which short and extended-duration supervision training interventions produce their effects.
Supervision training interventions in the health and human services: realist synthesis protocol
The realist synthesis will propose an evidence-informed theory of supervision training interventions (ie, what interventions work for whom and why) and the research will be used by educators to develop evidenced-based supervisionTraining interventions.
The effectiveness of extended-duration supervision training for nurses and allied health professionals: A realist evaluation.
Professionalism, Personal Taste and Social Inclusion: Does it Matter What Clients Wear?
The role of the occupational therapist when a client's choice of clothing may conflict with social expectations and have a negative impact upon social inclusion is considered.
What Really Matters for Supervision Training Workshops? A Realist Evaluation
- V. N. Nguyen, C. Rees, C. Palermo
- PsychologyAcademic medicine : journal of the Association of…
- 5 April 2022
Purpose Supervision training supports health care supervisors to perform their essential functions. Realist evaluations are increasingly popular for evaluating complex educational interventions, but…
Problem-based learning within occupational therapy education
The authors of this opinion paper have two years experience in delivering a PBL curriculum and have developed an awareness of both the advantages and pitfalls of this style of educational delivery.