The facilitation of clinical reasoning skills in undergraduate occupational therapists


Dasari, B.D. and Robertson, D. (2005) The facilitation of clinical reasoning skills in undergraduate occupational therapists At Tenth Anniversary of the European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education. 23 - 25 Sep 2005.

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David Robertson explained how he works with Year 3 of 4 BSc(Hons).
* Keynote on clinical reasoning, PBL intro, PBL assessment strategy, PBL treatment strategy. * PBL resettlement strategy, Video conference, Review, debrief, reflect. Use case study of longstanding MS, now difficulty caring for self. Worked with person with MS - used actress to make video. 35min interview to view on web before start PBL block to go alongside history * 1st PBL - assessment plan. Given sample assessment. 2nd PBL - treatment plan. Given sample discharge summary and home environment. 3rd PBL - discharge summary. Pictures of entrance, stair etc on web. Video conferencing helped record discussions. Also online community discussions. Looked at clinical reasoning during video conferencing. * Types of clinical reasoning. Procedural - scientific, diagnostic. Interactive - narrative, collaboration. Conditional - predictive, pragmatic, interactive, moral/ethical. * Dreyfus + Dreyfus 1980, Dreyfus 1981 - novice expert. Transcribed videoconference, identified statements of clinical reasoning. 2/3 procedural. 12% interactive. * Some differences between Scottish and US students - exposure to MS and clinical setting

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Venue - Dates: Tenth Anniversary of the European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education, 2005-09-23 - 2005-09-25
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September 2005Published
Date Deposited: 14 Aug 2008
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2017 17:37
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/58401

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