A groundbreaking book that every occupational therapist needs! Here is what people are saying: aThe depth and breadthabclearly outshines any other work on the subject I have seen.a-William R. Croninger, MA, OTR/L University of New England aThe author has a style that is entertaining, yet factual. She manages to make a potentially deadly topic interesting, funny and informative.a-Cathy Nielson, MPH, OTR/L, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill aThis text provides a complete knowledge base of information related to documentation that will serve readers well throughout their professional careers.a aKathy Clark Tuminski, MA, OTR/L University of Kentucky Taking a global look at documentation, Documenting Occupational Therapy Practiceexamines both the technical, ahow-toa aspects of clinical, school-based, and administrative documentation, andthe ethical, legal and language issues related to occupational therapy documentation. Chapters on terminology, frames of reference, jargon and abbreviations address the language that is necessary for good documentation. SOAP notes as well as other forms of documentation are discussed throughout. This is an ideal book for use both in the occupational therapy curriculum as well as in the field! Features include: Presents the new Framework for Occupational Therapy Practice (AOTA). Different forms of documentation--in a variety of clinical and school settings--are provided throughout. Exercises in every chapter reinforce learning. Suggested answers to these activities are provided within Appendix A. Sample reproducible forms are included in Appendix G can be used for hands-on practice. Appendix B: aGrammar and Spelling Review' points out the most common grammar and spelling mistakes to help the user provide accurate and effective documentation.SOAP notes as well as other forms of documentation are discussed throughout. This is an ideal book for use both in the occupational therapy curriculum as well as in the field!
|Title||:||Documenting Occupational Therapy Practice|
|Author||:||Karen M. Sames|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2005|