Assessing Evidence for OT Practice (OCCP5207)
UNIT OF STUDY
Knowing how to locate, understand and use evidence in occupational therapy practice is an essential skill for all practitioners functioning in interdisciplinary teams. It is also essential for practitioners to take their place as responsible members of local, national, international and professional communities of practice. In this unit of study, students will learn how to search for, appraise and summarise research evidence relevant to occupational therapy practice. Students will have the opportunity to explore an area of interest by critically examining the research and considering the application of that research in practice.
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1-hr lecture/week, 2-hr tutorial/week for 13 weeks
Critically appraised topic, part 1 (15%), critically appraised topic, part 2 (25%), critically appraised topic tutorial presentation (10%) and examination (50%)
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