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OCCTH328 Fieldwork Course Page

Description: Credit. Practical experience in approved facilities and community agencies. Prerequisites: consent of Department; OCCTH 324 and completion of all Year 3 academic courses; attendance at Professional Development Seminar.

OCCTH501 Theory and Practice of Enabling Occupation Course Page

Description: Conceptual models and theoretical approaches applied to occupational therapy practice.

OCCTH502 Assessment and Evaluation of Occupational Performance Course Page

Description: Occupational therapy theoretical foundations, clinical reasoning, and practical approaches for the identification of occupational performance deficits. In addition students will learn basic practical client interaction skills.

OCCTH503 Professionalism and Supervision in Practice Course Page

Description: Underpinned by theoretical perspectives, a framework is provided for students to (a) develop and demonstrate professionalism, (b) learn behaviours and skills in professional practice, including therapeutic use of self and inter-professional competencies, and (c) work effectively with colleagues and with those they supervise. Students participate in one week of fieldwork observation.

OCCTH507 Occupation and Society: Theory and Practice Course Page

Description: Theory and philosophies underpinning occupational therapy and occupational science.

OCCTH510 Theory, Evidence and Skills in Practice: Application Course Page

Description: Application of occupational therapy principles and skills, supported by evidence based practice, in physical and mental health, functioning, participation and activities. Corequisites: All Year 1 Fall Term Courses.

OCCTH517 Foundations of Psychiatry and Mental Health Practice for Occupational Therapists Course Page

Description: Foundational knowledge of the description, mechanism and classification of psychiatric phenomenon required for the provision of client centred, evidence-informed occupational therapy with persons experiencing chronic and acute mental illness.

OCCTH518 Assessment and Interventions for Occupational Therapists in Mental Health Practice Course Page

Description: Occupational therapy theories, assessments, and intervention techniques aimed at mental health promotion, illness/injury prevention and facilitation of recovery and occupational performance across the lifespan and settings.

OCCTH519 Enabling Occupation: Advanced Practices in Mental Health Course Page

Description: A discussion and analysis of selected topics of current interest in psychiatry as related to occupational therapy practice. Selected complex cases and special populations are addressed.

OCCTH520 Theory, Evidence and Skills in Practice: Integration Course Page

Description: Case based clinical reasoning to integrate occupational therapy theory and values in the selection of intervention media and modalities for physical and mental health, functioning, participation, and activities. Prerequisites: Completion of all Year 1 Fall Term courses. Corequisites: All Year 1 Winter Term courses.

OCCTH522 Enabling Occupation Through the Use of Assistive Technology Course Page

Description: Theory and practice skills to ensure the correct interface between clients' needs, assistive technology, occupation, and context.

OCCTH525 Fieldwork-Learning in a Practice Context Course Page

Description: Practical experience and application of Year 1 courses in approved facilities and community agencies. Students will be expected to complete specific projects designed to integrate the core knowledge of occupational therapy theory. Prerequisites: Consent of Department; attendance at mandatory fieldwork session(s); completion of all Year 1 academic courses.

OCCTH526 Fieldwork - Learning in a Practice Context Course Page

Description: Practical experience in approved facilities and community agencies. Prerequisites: Consent of Department; attendance at mandatory fieldwork session(s); completion of all Year 1 and Year 2 Fall Term academic courses; OCCTH 525.

OCCTH527 Fieldwork-Learning in a Practice Context Course Page

Description: Practical experience in approved facilities and community agencies. Prerequisites: Consent of Department; attendance at mandatory fieldwork session(s); completion of all Year 2 academic courses; OCCTH 526.

OCCTH528 Fieldwork - Learning in a Practice Context Course Page

Description: Practical experience in approved facilities and community agencies. Prerequisites: Consent of Department; attendance at mandatory fieldwork session(s); completion of all Year 2 academic courses; OCCTH 527.

OCCTH530 Theory, Evidence and Skills in Practice: Synthesis Course Page

Description: The use and design of interventions for physical and mental health, functioning, participation, and activities supported by the analysis and synthesis of occupational therapy principles. Corequisites: All Year 2 Fall Term courses.

OCCTH540 Theory, Evidence and Skills in Practice Evaluation Course Page

Description: Application and evaluation of occupational therapy intervention media and modalities for physical and mental health functioning, participation, and activities. Prerequisites: Completion of all Year 1 academic and fieldwork courses and Year 2, Fall Term academic and fieldwork courses. Corequisites: All Year 2 Winter term courses.

OCCTH543 Student Selected Modules Course Page

Description: Students must successfully complete either a minimum of three modules in different topics or one *3 Individual Study (OCCTH 599 or equivalent). Note: Course title is variable; course may be repeated.

OCCTH555 Enabling Occupation and Participation for Children and Youth Course Page

Description: Application of occupational therapy principles with an emphasis on children, youth and families, supported by evidence-based practice, and the incorporation of current theories, complex integrated case studies, and experiential learning.

OCCTH556 Enabling Occupation and Participation for Older Adults Course Page

Description: Application of occupational therapy principles with an emphasis on older adults and families, supported by evidence-based practice, and the incorporation of both current theories and complex integrated case studies.

OCCTH557A Enabling Occupation: Across the Lifespan Course Page

Description: Application of occupational therapy principles, supported by evidence-based practice, with an emphasis on children and older adults, using current theories and complex integrated case studies.

OCCTH557B Enabling Occupation: Across the Lifespan Course Page

Description: Application of occupational therapy principles, supported by evidence-based practice, with an emphasis on children and older adults, using current theories and complex integrated case studies.

OCCTH558 Enabling Occupation: Community Course Page

Description: Application and integration of occupational therapy principles and practice for community service models. Community development approaches and collaboration highlight emerging roles for occupational therapists within the community-level in local, national, and international contexts.

OCCTH559 Enabling Occupation: Productivity Course Page

Description: The relationship between the client's occupational performance strengths and resources in meeting the demands and expectations of productivity roles in workplace, home and community.

OCCTH562 Evidence-Based Practice in Occupational Therapy Course Page

Description: Critical evaluation of occupational therapy and related literature including methodology and design.

OCCTH564 Evaluation of Healthcare Systems and Occupational Therapy Services Course Page

Description: This course uses social research procedures to evaluate quality assurance and other processes, structures and outcomes of health systems, services and programs most relevant to the field of rehabilitation and occupational therapy.

OCCTH565 Scholarly Practice Course Page

Description: This course will further the students' knowledge of the resources and skills required for successful completion of OCCTH 900 Directed Final Project.

OCCTH566 Evidence-Based Practice and Knowledge Translation in Occupational Therapy Course Page

Description: Critical thinking, accessing, evaluating and synthesizing the evidence for occupational therapy and a review of evidence generation methodologies and research design. Understanding and application of principles of knowledge translation as it relates to the healthcare and the profession of occupational therapy.

OCCTH567 Research Design and Scholarly Practice Course Page

Description: Research methodology and design as they apply to the development of a directed Final Project.

OCCTH583 Influences on Occupational Performance: Human Systems I: Structure, Function and Conditions Course Page

Description: The study of: (a) physical human systems, nervous system and occupational performance deficits resulting from illness, injury, and disease; and (b) the concurrent development of related assessment skills and occupational therapy interventions.

OCCTH584 Influences on Occupational Performance: Human Systems II: Conditions and Interventions Course Page

Description: Occupational performance deficits resulting from illness, injury, and disease and the application of related assessment skills and occupational therapy interventions.

OCCTH585 Influences on Occupational Performance: Human Systems III: Theory and Practice in Neurology Course Page

Description: Application of occupational therapy principles, supported by current principles of neuroscience, for neurological conditions encountered in practice.

OCCTH599 Individual Study Course Page

Description: Designed to allow a student to pursue a topic of interest in more depth than permitted by existing courses. Prerequisite: Departmental approval of plan of study. May be repeated.

OCCTH699 Individual Study Course Page

Description: Designed to allow a student to pursue an advanced topic of interest in more depth than permitted by existing courses. Prerequisite: Departmental approval of plan of study. May be repeated.

OCCTH900A Directed Final Project Course Page

Description: The synthesis of academic knowledge, with fieldwork experiences and directed to the exploration of a specific topic, relevant to occupational therapy. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical thinking. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical thinking through required participation in seminars, a written report and a conference style presentation.

OCCTH900B Directed Final Project Course Page

Description: The synthesis of academic knowledge, with fieldwork experiences and directed to the exploration of a specific topic, relevant to occupational therapy. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical thinking. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical thinking through required participation in seminars, a written report and a conference style presentation.

OCCTH903A Directed Final Project Course Page

Description: The synthesis of academic knowledge, with fieldwork experiences and directed to the exploration of a specific topic, relevant to occupational therapy. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical thinking through required participation in seminars, a written report and a conference style presentation.

OCCTH903B Directed Final Project Course Page

Description: The synthesis of academic knowledge, with fieldwork experiences and directed to the exploration of a specific topic, relevant to occupational therapy. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical thinking through required participation in seminars, a written report and a conference style presentation.