Occupational Therapy Placements

A Pocket Guide

Terri Grant

Price: £8.49, $11.46, €10.19

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Format: Ebook

Publication date: January 30, 2021

Pages: 98 pages

ISBN: 9781908625922 Related titles: ,

Other editions available: Spiral bound

Description

A handy pocket guide to help occupational therapy students prepare for their practice placements.

Occupational Therapy placements can be daunting – you’ll be working in a range of settings and supporting individuals with a variety of conditions. There are new colleagues to work with, and newly learned theory to put into practice. This pocket guide is designed to make your placements much more enjoyable and less stressful.

From basic equipment to role emerging placements, via positive risk taking, it’s full of practical detail, hints and tips.

  • Written by a senior lecturer with key input from students – this guidance is really produced with you in mind.
  • Pocket-sized format – carry it with you at all times.
  • Space to make your own notes – be it uniform policy, new terminology, or just the names of your new colleagues!

Reduce your stress and make the most of your placements by having this book to hand from the start.

Pocket Guides is a series of handy, pocket-sized books designed to help students make the most of their practice learning experiences. Click here to see all available titles.

Before you go
1. Preparing for placement
2. Uniform
3. Absence
4. Professional codes of practice
     4.1 HCPC guidance on conduct and ethics for students
     4.2 RCOT code of ethics and professional conduct
     4.3 Navigating local policies
5. Client-centred practice
     5.1 Least restrictive practice
     5.2 Positive risk taking
6. Raising concerns
7. Consent and confidentiality
     7.1 Consent
     7.2 Confidentiality
8. Guidance on using social media

Settling in
9. Induction and first day
10. Expectations – working with your educator
11. Communicating with patients, carers and family members
12. Communicating with the multidisciplinary team

Being there
13. Reflective practice during placement
     13.1 Borton’s model of reflection
     13.2 Gibbs’ model of reflection
     13.3 Johns’ model of reflection
14. Documentation
15. Working with patients
     15.1 Physical health placements
     15.2 Mental health placements
     15.3 Ward-based placements
     15.4 Social Care placements and Community placements
     15.5 Specialist placements
     15.6 Role emerging placements
     15.7 ‘Spoke’ visits
16. Models of practice
     16.1 Person – Environment – Occupation (PEO)
     16.2 Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E)
     16.3 Model of Human Occupation (MoHO)
     16.4 The Kawa (river) model
17. Frames of reference
18. Basic equipment quick reference guide
     18.1 Toilet equipment
     18.2 Chair and bed equipment
     18.3 Walking aids
19. Using your mandatory training
     19.1 Hygiene and infection control
     19.2 Moving and handling
     19.3 Assessing risk with TILE
     19.4 Basic Life Support (BLS)
     19.5 ABCDE assessment
     19.6 Mental Health First Aid
     19.7 Falls
     19.8 Sepsis
20. Commonly used medications
     20.1 Pain medications
     20.2 Antipsychotics
     20.3 Antidepressants and anxiolytics

Moving on
21. Reflecting on your overall experience
22. Transferring skills to your next placement
23. Critical reflection and CPD
24. FAQs

Great value for money!
‘Brilliant pocket size book, a must have for practice placement. Highly recommended! All you need to know in a tidy little book.’
Amazon reviewer

Fantastic guide for students or newly qualified OTs
Great guide, will be keeping this gem in my draw and recommending it to both students and newly qualified OTs. Lots of information I wish I had known years ago!
Amazon reviewer

Brilliant prep and great guide
Currently an OT student in my 2nd year and this really helped with some ideas for placement prep and my studies in general.
Amazon reviewer