What and how do students learn in an interprofessional student-run clinic? An educational framework for team-based care.
Discussion Interprofessional SRC participation promotes learning 'with, from, and about' each other. Participation challenges misconceptions and sensitizes students to patient experiences, health systems, advocacy, and social responsibility. Learning involves interprofessional interactions in the patient encounter, reinforced by formal and informal communications. Participation is associated with interest in serving the underserved and in primary care careers. The authors proposed a framework for interprofessional learning with implications for optimal learning environments to promote team-based care. Future research is suggested to identify core faculty functions and best settings to advance and enhance student preparation for future collaborative team practice. PMID: 28165971 [PubMed - in process]
Presented at The Quality Report Annual Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 1/15/20Thanks for stopping by to look at our slides!Conference slides!
Conclusion: The majority of the programmes were neither evidence-based, nor did they follow recommendations from Danish National Board of Health. Few programmes addressed the role of habits or social participation. Occupational therapists appear to be under-utilized as providers of the programmes.Significance: Occupational therapists have a role to play in weight loss programmes, because of their training in activity analysis and their consideration of people, environments, and occupations. These components are included in the recommendations about psychosocial aspects and everyday life from the Danish National Board of He...
For those who were accepted to TWU Denton and are planning to attend in Summer 2020, feel free to use this thread to chat! Congrats and looking forward to meeting you in the summer!
Hey y'all, I was wondering if any other applicants have been waitlisted for programs staring 2020, like myself. I heard back from my top choice yesterday and I'm kind of bummed, but at the same time, I don't know how to feel. I wanted to know if your programs have released any information regarding the movement on the waitlist. Not only that, but I was hoping this thread would provide a sense of hope to all who have been waitlisted. Please feel free to join if you were waitlisted... Waitlisted for 2019-2020 Cohort
Haven't see any posts regarding Hofstra's OT program for this year? Anyone accepted yet?
Hi there, just wanted to reach out to see who all has applied for D'Youville's MOT program? Have you heard anything back?
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Ahead of Print.