This book is a succinct and practical guide for students and practitioners applying occupational therapy models in the field. It provides an overview of the common models in practice and bridges the gap between theoretical texts on conceptual models and the immediate demands of practice. It describes occupational therapists' use of models within the realities of practice in a variety of contexts and takes the approach that practice models can be used as tools to guide clinical reasoning.
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Chapter 1: Theory and practice Chapter 2: Professional reasoning in context Chapter 3: Occupational performance and adaptation models Chapter 4: Person-environment-occupation models Chapter 5: Canadian models of occupational performance and engagement
Chapter 6: model of human occupation
Chapter 7: Kawa model Chapter 8: Occupational therapy concepts
Iwama, Michael K. Associate Professor, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.