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Educational experiences of occupational therapy students from non-traditional academic backgrounds

@inproceedings{Watson2010EducationalEO,
  title={Educational experiences of occupational therapy students from non-traditional academic backgrounds},
  author={J. Watson},
  year={2010}
}
Occupational therapy (OT) pre-registration education in the United Kingdom (UK) stands at the intersection of the fields of higher education (HE) and professional practice. It is subject to various government agendas including an ongoing commitment to widening participation in HE and to diversifying the health and social care workforce to reflect modern cultural diversity. Both have contributed to a changing profile in the OT student population and in 2005, 67 percent of the intake was mature… Expand

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