|Title:||How do occupational therapy curricula align with priorities identified by occupational therapists to prepare graduates for working in mental health?|
|Authors:||Scanlan, Justin Newton|
Meredith, Pamela J.
Webster, Jayne S.
The ANZOTMHA network
University curriculm review
|Abstract:||All professional preparation programs need to ensure that university curricula remain reflective of current practice, and also prepare graduates for practice in the future. Upon formation, the Australia and New Zealand Occupational Therapy Mental Health Academics (ANZOTMHA) network identified that there was insufficient or poorly organised information available about how well current occupational therapy curricula prepared students for practice in the field of mental health. One of the first priorities established by ANZOTMHA was to undertake a program of research to examine this issue. The aim of this report is to summarise and integrate the outcomes of two inter-related studies to explore the extent to which current occupational therapy university curricula in Australia and New Zealand match educational priorities identified by practising occupational therapists in mental health.|
|Type of Work:||Technical Report|
|Type of Publication:||Pre-print|
|Appears in Collections:||Resources and tools. Discipline of Occupational Therapy|
|ANZOTMHA Mental Health Curricula Report.pdf||1.43 MB||Adobe PDF|
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