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My target in penning this publication used to be to supply a advisor to administration for pupil occupational therapists and practitioners within the box. it's not meant to supply a solution to each possible administration scenario. The association and supply of overall healthiness and social companies is being subjected to relentless scrutiny and alter. rarely has one notion been carried out prior to one other one is brought. In view of this, the thrust of this e-book is to spotlight key issues to be addressed while taking a look at the supply of occupational treatment prone. consequently, the booklet starts off from the point of view of 1 who's within the early levels of an occupational treatment profession via to the placement of getting to control the employees in an occupational treatment departmentl carrier. Following this plan, the booklet has been equipped into elements. half One covers concerns that an occupational therapist has to confront at once in any task scenario. during this state of affairs, she's going to want to know wh at is anticipated of her. except understanding concerning the a number of tasks, it is crucial to appreciate the context within which those tasks are to be carried out. consequently, there are chapters that debate specialist duties, self-management, stan­ dards of perform, and the constitution of the 2 greatest employers of occupational therapists - the NHS and native authority social providers departments.

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G. g. extended lunch breaks for public relations purposes (3%). It was noted that when certain activities were higher, for instance if 20% of staff time were spent on travelling between pi aces of treatment, direct patient contact would be reduced. There are some variations on these figures and categories of work done by the occupational therapy staff. 1 of a working day on direct patient contact in one working week. Smith (1989) summarized that in one working week 157 members of the occupational therapy staff in the Southampton and South West Hants Health Authority spent their time in this manner: 1.

Treatment; 4. Toilets; 5. Changing rooms; 6. Storage; 7. Office spaces. The numbers, sizes and arrangements of these facilities should take into account workload requirements and the safety and ease of movement of both patients and staff. In addition, facilities for meetings and teaching programmes within the facility should be investigated for their suitability and availability. Standards of practice The preface from the College of Occupational Therapists' document on Standards of Practice for Occupational Therapy Services in Mental Health (p.

Workload refers to the range of duties wh ich an employee is expected to accomplish. Duties may be client-related, such as interviewing and assessing individuals, or service-related, for example, planning an occupational therapy programme for a service. TIME SPENT ON VARIOUS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TASKS The College of Occupational Therapists (1980) gave an average breakdown of occupational therapy workload by activity following surveys conducted in several occupational therapy departments. g. g. communication with colleagues on the patient's treatment (22%); 3.

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