Date Presented 03/28/20

Analyzing the complexities of OT treatment is critical to understanding and guiding best practice. This research presents a unique method of using the OT practice framework, the person-environment-occupation-performance model, and billing codes to examine practice in our hand-therapy student experiential-learning clinic. Results demonstrate that student therapists addressed occupations in all treatment visits and utilized a variety of intervention approaches and types.

Primary Author and Speaker: Richard Whalley

Additional Authors and Speakers: Vicki Kaskutas

Contributing Authors: Rose McAndrew

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