A Way of Seeing: How Occupation Is Portrayed to Students When Taught as a Concept Beyond Its Use in Therapy.

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OBJECTIVE The concept of occupation is core to learning occupational therapy, yet how occupation is taught has not been widely studied. We explored how occupation is addressed in 25 U.S. occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant programs. METHOD We used a basic qualitative research design, collecting data through interviews, artifacts, and… (More)
DOI: 10.5014/ajot.2017.024182

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@article{Price2017AWO, title={A Way of Seeing: How Occupation Is Portrayed to Students When Taught as a Concept Beyond Its Use in Therapy.}, author={Pollie Price and Barb Hooper and Sheama S. R. Krishnagiri and Steven D. Taff and Andrea R Bilics}, journal={The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association}, year={2017}, volume={71 4}, pages={7104230010p1-7104230010p9} }