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Clinical Decision Making Case Studies for the Occupational Therapy Assistant

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ISBN-10: 1435425766

ISBN-13: 9781435425767

Edition: 2011

Authors: Jennifer L. Theis

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List price: $99.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 3/2/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 8.40" wide x 10.80" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Jennifer L. Theis is currently an occupational therapy practitioner, researcher and program coordinator for the spinal cord system of care at Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. Ms. Theis has facilitated and taught ongoing training sessions for safe transfers for therapy and nursing practitioners and students. She has also presented at national interdisciplinary conferences on her work in safe transfers. Ms. Theis has contributed to occupational therapy education through the creation of portions of a learning DVD and PowerPoint lectures to supplement the book, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR PHYSICAL DYSFUNCTION, 6th Ed., which was edited by Mary Vining Radomski and Catherine A. Trombly Latham.…    

Acute Care
Case Study 1 Easy: Nancy
Case Study 2 Moderate: Clarence
Case Study 3 Difficult: Lewis
Case Study 4 Difficult: George
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Case Study 5 Easy: Carolina
Case Study 7 Difficult: George
Inpatient Rehabilitation
Case Study 8 Easy: Sandy
Case Study 9 Moderate: Stephanie
Case Study 10 Moderate: David
Case Study 11 Difficult: Issac
Case Study 12 Difficulty: George
Home Health Care
Case Study 13 Moderate: Gladys
Case Study 14 Difficult: George
Community Services
Case Study 15 Easy: Community Center for Elderly Day Program for Fall Prevention Program
Case Study 16 Moderate: Brian
Case Study 17 Moderate: Education of New Teachers for Autism Institute
Outpatient Rehabilitation
Case Study 18 Easy: Wendy
Case Study 19 Easy: Florence
Case Study 20 Moderate: Anupam
Case Study 20 moderate: Brad
Case Study 22 Difficult: George
Case Study 23 Difficult: Larry
State Government Agencies
Case Study 24 Easy: Tina
Case Study 25 Difficult: Joe
Psychiatric Care
Case Study 26 Moderate: Michiko
Case Study 27 Difficult: Lia