Practical learning


Practical training II (ET-2-037)

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Examiner: Arell-Sundberg Marina

Learning outcomes

  • students practise clinical reasoning in the OT-
    process by applying relevant models and
  • students assesses environments relevant to
    clients performance of activities of daily living
    and plan appropriate interventions to enable
  • students understand their role and
    responsibilities in a multiprofessional team and
    are able to report to the team and and consult
    with the team about the client's OT-process
  • students are able to build a therapeutic
    partnership with the client and with significant
    others for the client
  • students have knowledge of relevant legislation
    governing the OT-process and can explain the
    implications for the client
  • students are able to write a client report based
    on a client case
  • students are able to apply knowledge gained from
    a relevant research paper to a client OT-process