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A cross-sectional descriptive study of occupational therapy students’ perceptions and attitudes towards spirituality and spiritual care in occupational therapy education
Spirituality and spiritual care both have received increased attention over the course of this past decade from different disciplines. However, for many years, in the occupational therapy profession, the importance of ...
Occupational therapy students’ perspectives of ethics in two countries: South Africa and the United States of America
(International Journal of Health Sciences, 2019)
Objectives: Worldwide, health-care students, including occupational therapy students undergo ethics training. Ethics training facilitates students’ critical thinking, objective analysis and clinical reasoning skills to ...
Occupational therapy students’ experiences and perceptions of culture during fieldwork education
Background: Understanding a client’s culture allows practitioners to consider the planning of intervention and allows for a client centred approach to be provided. During fieldwork education occupational therapy students ...