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Unit of Study OCCU1001 - Introduction to Occupational Therapy and Human Occupations (2021)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

describe the philosophy, focus and scope of occupational therapy

investigate and document views of health that have shaped the occupational therapy profession including those of the World Health Organisation

investigate, analyse and document information about occupations, health and well being through professional interviewing

demonstrate ethical and professional communication skills that reflect professional values in occupational therapy

demonstrate key professional behaviours and meet all professional experience requirements in preparation for practice education placements

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