OCC101 Concepts in Human Occupation | UniSC | University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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OCC101 Concepts in Human Occupation

This introductory course explores the history, founding values, and philosophies of the profession. The role of contemporary practice will be explored in the context of the Australian healthcare system. The occupational therapy practice process and foundational theory will be explored to scaffold the link between engagement in meaningful occupations and health and well-being. Simulated practice education, focusing on culturally responsive practice, is an assessed component of this course. It contributes towards the total 1000 hours required by WFOT.

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Enrolled in Program SC440
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  • Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
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2.2A:Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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