University of Canberra Occupational Therapy, October 5, 2011

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University of Canberra Occupational Therapy, October 5, 2011

  1. 1. Occupationthe key to emerging occupational therapy practice Dr Matthew Molineux Director, Allied Health Clinical Education and Training Queensland
  2. 2. Name: Matthew MolineuxF.S. “Wonderful”M.A. Surviving Maths IaPC Occupational Therapist
  3. 3. Name: Matthew Molineux f“Wonderful”! o apy t r is M.A. Surviving Maths Ia F.S. r the h l ic a t n PC Occupational Therapist n o a i p at c c uo
  4. 4. Name: Matthew MolineuxF.S. “Wonderful”M.A. Surviving Maths IaP.C. Occupational Therapist
  5. 5. history how are we unique?a professional philosophy the possibilities
  6. 6. the advancement of occupation as a therapeutic measure
  7. 7. the study of the effects of occupation upon the human being
  8. 8. the dissemination of scientific knowledge of this subject
  9. 9. the advancement of occupation as a therapeutic measure the study of the effects of occupation upon the human beingthe dissemination of scientific knowledge of this subject
  10. 10. occupational nature of humansoccupational problems / challengesoccupation-based practice Kielhofner, G. (2009). Conceptual Foundations of Occupational Therapy Practice (Fourth ed.). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.
  11. 11. ...that I found most profoundly humiliating and depressing was occupational therapy. McCrum, R. (1998). My Year Off. London: Picador. ”
  12. 12. What is our expertise?
  13. 13. What is our unique expertise?
  14. 14. occupa&on
  15. 15. ac#vepurposefulmeaningful occupa&oncontextualisedimpacts  on  healthhuman 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.
  16. 16. Occupation is active
  17. 17. Occupation is active
  18. 18. Occupation is purposeful
  19. 19. Occupation is meaningful
  20. 20. Occupation is contextualised
  21. 21. Occupation influences health
  22. 22. ac#vepurposefulmeaningfulcontextualisedimpacts  on  health
  23. 23. ac#vepurposefulmeaningfulcontextualisedimpacts  on  health
  24. 24. occupa&on
  25. 25. Wilcock, A. (1999). The Doris Sym Memorial Lecture: Developing a philosophy of occupation for health. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62(5), 192-198.
  26. 26. Common language Wilcock, A. (1999). The Doris Sym Memorial Lecture: Developing a philosophy of occupation for health. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62(5), 192-198.
  27. 27. Common languageSupport and direction forskills development Wilcock, A. (1999). The Doris Sym Memorial Lecture: Developing a philosophy of occupation for health. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62(5), 192-198.
  28. 28. Common languageSupport and direction forskills developmentFirm bedrock fordevelopments Wilcock, A. (1999). The Doris Sym Memorial Lecture: Developing a philosophy of occupation for health. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62(5), 192-198.
  29. 29. filling the gapFortune, T. (2000). Occupational therapists: Is our therapy truly occupational or are we merely filling gaps? British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(5), 225-230.
  30. 30. filling the gapparadigm-independent practice
  31. 31. paradigm-dependent practice
  32. 32. Paradigm • shared commitment / beliefs • shared rules and standards for practice • an accepted model or pattern... causes members to see the world in a particular way Kuhn, T. (1970). The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  33. 33. an occupationalperspectiveof humans and health
  34. 34. an occupationalperspectiveof humans and health
  35. 35. Dr Matthew Molineuxmatthew_molineux@health.qld.gov.au @mmolineux www.MatthewMolineux.com

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