Status: In Stock
Publisher: AOTA Press
By Donna M. Costa, MS, OTR/L
Fieldwork education links education and practice and is a critical extension of occupational therapy curricula. Yet, despite its importance, the theory and practice fieldwork education has remained relatively free of research, theory, development, or training for those who direct the learning of students.
The chapters in this essential book, each of which offers several learning exercises, address these gaps in the occupational therapy knowledge base, providing a theoretical and philosophical framework, correcting myths, and forging a connection between the theory and practice of clinical education and supervision. For OT and OTA students, this book will encourage an active-learning experience. For new practitioners, the book will help identify a body of knowledge not learned in school. For fieldwork educators, this book will assist with self-assessment and encourage creating a professional development plan that will further refine supervision skills. For managers of practice settings, the book will provide a theoretical base for the administrative, supportive, and educational functions of clinical supervision.
Note: The DVD/flash drive is no longer available with this book.
ContentsChapter 1. What Is Clinical Supervision?Chapter 2. History of Clinical SupervisionChapter 3. Theroretical Models of SupervisionChapter 4. Effective Clinical SupervisionChapter 5. Theories About LearningChapter 6. Assessing Readiness to Become a Clinical Supervisor or Fieldwork EducatorChapter 7. Assessing the Effectiveness of Clinical SupervisionChapter 8. Cultural Competencies in Clinical SupervisionChapter 9. Legal and Ethical Issues in Clinical SupervisionChapter 10. Feedback in Clinical SupervisionChapter 11. The Process of Clinical Supervision: Tools of the TradeChapter 12. Reflective Practice and Collaborative LearningChapter 13. Training Issues in Clinical SupervisionChapter 14. Clinical Supervision in Role-Emerging Practice Settings
AppendixesAppendix A. Role Competencies for a Fieldwork EducatorAppendix B. Role Competencies for an Academic Fieldwork CoordinatorAppendix C. Fieldwork Experience Assessment Tool (FEAT)Appendix D. Self-Assessment Tool for Fieldwork Educator CompetencyAppendix E. Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics (2005)Appendix F. Guidelines to the Occupational Therapy Code of EthicsAppendix G. Standards for Continuing CompetencyAppendix H. Annotated Biliography
1-56900-218-5, 277 pages, 2007
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