Professionalism, Personal Taste and Social Inclusion: Does it Matter What Clients Wear?

@article{Pope2008ProfessionalismPT,
  title={Professionalism, Personal Taste and Social Inclusion: Does it Matter What Clients Wear?},
  author={Kirsty Pope and D. Davys and Jackie A Taylor},
  journal={The British Journal of Occupational Therapy},
  year={2008},
  volume={71},
  pages={165 - 167}
}
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 the occupational therapist when a client's choice of clothing may conflict with social expectations and have a negative impact upon social inclusion. Three hypothetical cases that reflect clinical realities are presented, which serve as prompts for reflection upon informed choice, professional… Expand

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