Mapping an Australian Occupational Therapy curriculum: Linking intended learning outcomes with entry-level competency standards.

@article{Sellar2018MappingAA,
  title={Mapping an Australian Occupational Therapy curriculum: Linking intended learning outcomes with entry-level competency standards.},
  author={Ben Sellar and Carolyn M Murray and Mandy Stanley and Hugh Stewart and Helene Hipp and Susan Gilbert-Hunt},
  journal={Australian occupational therapy journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={65 1},
  pages={35-44}
}
BACKGROUND Curriculum mapping involves systematic charting of programme content against professional competencies. This process can reveal strengths, gaps and redundancies within educational programmes. METHODS Curriculum mapping occurred using intended learning (ILOs) as documented in individual courses and linking them to units and elements within the occupational therapy minimum competency standards (ACSOT) and Miller's Framework of competency. Five occupational therapy academics and two… CONTINUE READING