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Cultural competence in occupational therapists working in early intervention therapy programs
Eleanor L. Wray et Patricia A. Mortenson (2011). Cultural competence in occupational therapists working in early intervention therapy programs. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy , 78(3): Description. La compétence culturelle favorise l’atteinte de résultats équitables en matière de soins de santé et permet de veiller à ce que les ergothérapeutes aident leurs clients à réaliser des activités quotidiennes adaptées à leur culture. Toutefois, on ne sait pas vraiment dans quelle mesure les ergothérapeutes...
Reflecting on our effectiveness: occupational therapy interventions with Indigenous clients
Stedman, Amanda , and Thomas, Yvonne (2011) Reflecting on our effectiveness: occupational therapy interventions with Indigenous clients. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal , 58 (1). pp. 43-49. Background:  The health and social inequity experienced by the Indigenous population of Australia has resulted in the establishment of a national priority to close the gap in health outcomes. The occupational therapy profession is being urged to ensure the cultural appropriateness of practice interventions for Indigenous people. Although the importance of practice modification has been recognised...
Empowering occupational therapists to become evidence-based work rehabilitation practitioners
Objective: Occupational therapists (OTs) engage in continuing education to integrate best available knowledge and skills into their practice. However, many barriers influence the degree to which they are currently able to integrate research evidence into their clinical decision making process. The specific objectives were to explore the clinical decision-making processes they used, and to describe the empowerment process they developed to become evidence-based practitioners. Participants: Eight OTs, who had attended a four-day workshop on evidence-based work rehabilitation, were recruited to participate...
Using reflective learning to improve the impact of continuing education in the context of work rehabilitation
Reflective learning has been described as a promising approach for ameliorating the impact of continuing education (CE) programs. However, there are still very few studies that have investigated how occupational therapists use reflection to improve the integration of CE program content in their decision-making processes. The study objectives were to describe how these professionals, working in the sector of work rehabilitation, used reflective learning to integrate research evidence into their clinical decision-making process and to identify the factors that influenced the reflective learning process...

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