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Professionalism – A case for medical education to honour the societal contract
(Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa, 2017)
BACKGROUND: This study explores the concept of professionalism from the vantage point of a cohort of students as well as professionally qualified and practising occupational therapists. With the changes health care delivery ...
Curriculum transformation: a proposed route to reflect a political consciousness in occupational therapy education
(Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa, 2012)
Introduction: Curriculum review is an ongoing, dynamic, long-term process that forms part of occupational therapy education. The Department of Occupational Therapy, University of the Western Cape (UWC) recently responded ...
Client confidentiality: Perspectives of students in a healthcare training programme
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2016)
BACKGROUND. Confidentiality is an important ethical principle for all health professionals and also has a legal bearing on duty. One of the most difficult issues health professionals face in their daily fieldwork practice ...
Exploring occupational therapy graduates’ conceptualisations of occupational justice in practice: Curriculum implications
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2016)
BACKGROUND. The concept of occupational justice was derived from a social justice perspective in response to a renewed commitment by the occupational therapy profession to address the occupational needs of individuals, ...