|Title:||Occupational Therapy fieldwork survey (students)|
|Abstract:||This survey was developed to distribute amongst occupational therapy students across all years of the occupational therapy undergraduate program in order to profile the nature of their fieldwork experiences from their perspective. It was used to identify what types of services and client groups that students gain experience in, the types of interventions they have experience in and the types of supervision and placement styles they are exposed to. The aim of this survey was to see if fieldwork experiences align with everyday OT practice, if they are consistent with the WFOT education guidelines for fieldwork hours, and if placements are reflecting current healthcare trends in Australia. It was also designed to collect information on student costs and personal demands of completing fieldwork experiences.|
|Type of Work:||Learning Object|
|Type of Publication:||Pre-print|
|Appears in Collections:||Resources and tools. Discipline of Occupational Therapy|
|FIELDWORK SURVEY.pdf||38.67 kB||Adobe PDF|
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