Occupational Therapy Level II Fieldwork Education Program
- No requirements necessary
Overview of the research and development of an occupational therapy level II fieldwork education program. Information provided discusses a needs assessment based on clinical fieldwork educator and level II student experiences, the guiding approach used to create the program curriculum, review of literature, materials used to guide educators instruction and students performance as well as overall experience during 12 week level II rotation. This program development was created specifically off of MD Anderson site objectives, AOTA objectives and acute inpatient level II fieldwork setting for occupational therapy.
Materials and research primarily provided through MD Anderson Cancer Center occupational therapist Asfia Mohammed with program implementation completed by Sabrina DeHerrera.
Five lectures provided with voice over description of all material. Additional resources included.
All information provided should be utilized as a guide for your own instruction and development.
Additional information provided based on personal experience and completion of doctoral capstone over 14 weeks at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Discussion over tools used to guide learning and progression of goals and skill set when in a level II fieldwork experience. Utilization of tools to offer communication strategies, self-reflection, address coping skills, identify strengths and areas of weakness and engage in student-initiated learning.
Program is set up to increase the student experience and offer educators realistic and attainable instruction to help foster a nurturing environment for learning and growth.
Who this course is for:
- Individuals who want to develop a level II fieldwork education program to improve overall experience.
- 10:18Review of literature
- 08:29Learning Objectives
- 02:46Capstone site
- 03:53Questions & References
Occupational therapy doctoral student 2021
Drake University | Des Moines, IA
Experience with all ages and a primary focus in inpatient rehabilitation, aging population, and mental health.
Doctoral capstone "occupational therapy level II fieldwork education program" completed over a 14 week rotation in collaboration with MD Anderson occupational therapist Asfia Mohammed.
Think "T.H.I.N.K" before you act.
Thoughtful, honest, intelligent, necessary, kind.
Christine Urish is an occupational therapy practitioner and educator. She is a professor of occupational therapy and doctoral capstone coordinator at Drake University. Board certified as an occupational therapist in mental health, she is a senior occupational therapist at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics on a PRN basis.