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4, 5 World Federation of Occupational Therapists
13, 15 Leeds Metropolitan University Occupational Therapy students

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  • 1. Occupation. Professor Matthew Molineux Head of Occupational Therapy
  • 2. occupa&on Why?
  • 3. occupa&onal therapy Molineux, M. (2010). Occupational science and occupational therapy: Occupation at centre stage. In C. Christiansen & E. Townsend (Eds.), Introduction to Occupation: The Art and Science of Living (Second ed., pp. 359-383). Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.
  • 4. Occupational therapy is a profession concerned with promoting health and well being through occupation. World Federation of Occupational Therapists. (2010). Statement on occupational therapy Retrieved September 7, 2012, from http://www.wfot.org/ResourceCentre.aspx
  • 5. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. World Federation of Occupational Therapists. (2010). Statement on occupational therapy Retrieved September 7, 2012, from http://www.wfot.org/ResourceCentre.aspx
  • 6. Text Kuhn, T. (1970). The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • 7. occupational nature of humans occupational problems / challenges occupation-based practice Kielhofner, G. (1997). Conceptual Foundations of Occupational Therapy. Philadeplhia: F.A. Davis.
  • 8. OCCUPATIONAL NATURE OF HUMANS OCCUPATION AND HEALTH
  • 9. What do our clients think?
  • 10. ” ...that I found most profoundly humiliating and depressing was occupational therapy. McCrum, R. (1998). My Year Off. London: Picador.
  • 11. occupa&onal therapy
  • 12. occupa&on ac#ve purposeful meaningful contextualised impacts  on  health human Molineux, M. (2010). The nature of occupation. In M. Curtin, M. Molineux & J. Supyk-Mellson (Eds.), Occupational Therapy and Physical Dysfunction: Enabling Occupation (Sixth ed., pp. 17-26). Edinburgh: Elsevier.
  • 13. Occupation is active
  • 14. Occupation is active
  • 15. Occupation is purposeful
  • 16. Occupation is meaningful
  • 17. Occupation is contextualised
  • 18. Occupation influences health
  • 19. So what?
  • 20. Molineux, M. (2001). Occupation: The two sides of popularity. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 48(2), 92-95.
  • 21. occupation Molineux, M. (2001). Occupation: The two sides of popularity. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 48(2), 92-95.
  • 22. Molineux, M. (2001). Occupation: The two sides of popularity. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 48(2), 92-95.
  • 23. Professor Matthew Molineux m.molineux@griffith.edu.au @mmolineux @GriffithOT GriffithOT

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