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Management in Occupational Therapy By Z. B. Maslin

Management in Occupational Therapy
by Z. B. Maslin

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My aim in writing this book was to provide a guide to management for student occupational therapists and practitioners in the field.
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Management in Occupational Therapy by Z. B. Maslin

My aim in writing this book was to provide a guide to management for student occupational therapists and practitioners in the field. It is not intended to provide an answer to every conceivable management situation. The organization and delivery of health and social services is being subjected to relentless scrutiny and change. Hardly has one proposal been implemented before another one is introduced. In view of this, the thrust of this book is to highlight key points to be addressed when looking at the delivery of occupational therapy services. For this reason, the book starts from the viewpoint of one who is in the early stages of an occupational therapy career through to the position of having to manage the staff in an occupational therapy departmentl service. Following this plan, the book has been organized into two parts. Part One covers issues that an occupational therapist has to confront directly in any job situation. In this situation, she will need to know wh at is expected of her. Apart from knowing about the various duties, it is necessary to understand the context in which these duties are to be conducted. Hence, there are chapters that discuss professional responsibilities, self-management, stan- dards of practice, and the structure of the two biggest employers of occupational therapists - the NHS and local authority social services departments.

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Table of Contents


Part 1 What is expected from an occupational therapist?: professional responsibilities and workload; self-management and the occupational therapist; standards of practice; work structures and the practice of occupational therapy. Part 2 Why management?: management in occupational therapy; planning; organizing; co-ordinating; communication in occupational therapy; personnel management.

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GOR005551038
Management in Occupational Therapy by Z. B. Maslin
Z. B. Maslin
Therapy in Practice Series
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Chapman and Hall
1991-01-01
240
0412333805
9780412333804
N/A
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