OT Practice Guidelines - Occupational Therapist

OT Practice Guidelines 106

Models of Practice and Frames of Reference


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  • Define theory, model of practice (MOP), and frame of reference (FOR)
  • Discuss the importance of using a model of practice and frame of reference
  • Analyze and report 3 reasons how research supports practice
  • Identify the components of a frame of reference
  • Summarize selected OT models of practice
  • Identify the principles guiding selected frames of reference


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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OT Practice Guidelines 105

Practicing Legally and Ethically


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  • Define and discuss the purpose of a code of ethics
  • Identify the seven principles in the OT Code of Ethics
  • Describe the function of the Ethics Commission
  • Outline the steps to ethical decision-making
  • Distinguish between ethical and legal behavior
  • Explain the purpose and implementation of state laws regulating OT
  • Describe the disciplinary processes developed by state regulatory boards and the professional association
  • Discuss the similarities and differences of morals, ethics, and laws and their connection to the practice of OT


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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OT Practice Guidelines 104

Clinical Reasoning


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  • Explain the nature of clinical reasoning
  • Outline and describe the 3 elements of clinical reasoning
  • Describe the thought processes and strategies of clinical reasoning used by OT practitioners
  • Compare the clinical reasoning skills of the novice vs. the expert
  • Identify 3 ways the OT practitioner can develop clinical reasoning skills


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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OT Practice Guidelines 103

Service Management Functions


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  • Explain the various service management functions
  • Identify factors leading to a safe and efficient clinical environment
  • Describe how the spread of infection is prevented in the workplace
  • Explain the factors taken into consideration for scheduling staff appointments
  • Define 3 categories of funding sources that reimburse for OT services
  • Recognize the importance of program planning and evaluation as service management functions
  • Describe and understand documentation that occurs at various stages in the OT process, and identify the fundamental elements in a client
  • Describe the integration of professional development and research into practice


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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OT Practice Guidelines 102

OT Practitioner: Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships


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  • Identify the different roles an OT practitioner
  • Describe 3 levels of performance for OT practitioners
  • Discuss minimum responsibilities of the OT and the OTA in service delivery as described in the Standards of Practice
  • Outlilne and describe the levels of supervision and parameters that affect these levels
  • Identify practices that contribute to successful supervisory relationships
  • Describe the different types of teams in health care and recognize the importance of interdisciplinary teams
  • Describe tools that can be used to maintain and document continuing competency


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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OT Practice Guidelines 101

OT Practice Framework: Domain and Process


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  • Define the domains of OT practice
  • Outline the OT process
  • Analyze activities in terms of areas of performance, performance skills, performance patterns, and client factors
  • Provide examples of how contexts impact occupations
  • Describe intervention approaches


Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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