Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists

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Occupational Therapy Now

volume 19.1
January/February 2017


Table of Contents

What’s new

Occupational therapy—solutions to help Quebec advance on health-care priorities 
Julie Lapointe, France Verville, Havelin Anand and Janet Craik

Paving the road for occupational therapy practice in driving rehabilitation 
Zoé Campbell, Marie-Josée Drisdelle, Julie Lapointe and Janet Craik

Knowledge to Practice
Universities collaborate to maximize fieldwork mobility and opportunities 
Susanne Mak, Sylvie Scurti, Lyne Tardif, Dominique Boucher and Eric Constantin

Spirituality in occupational therapy: Enhancing our practice through the use of the Four Domains Model 
Christine Newbigging, Debra Stewart and Sue Baptiste

Shared Perspectives
Capitalizing on lived experience to design a smartphone app for everyday life
Denise DuBois, Sergio Di Giovanni, Adora Chui and Emily Nalder

20,000 hours: Why I precept
Clark Heard
Occupational therapy and advocacy: Perspectives from a panel discussion 
Mallory Ryan, Patricia Rigby, Jenny Hardy, Beth Linkewich and Robin Mazumder

Promoting quality occupational therapy services: Tricks of the trade. Reflections from the 2016 Occupational
Therapy Canada Forum 
Andrew Freeman, Havelin Anand, Giovanna Boniface, Annie Carrier and Nadine Larivière

Revised WFOT Minimum Standards for the Education of Occupational Therapists: Interesting developments! 
Andrew Freeman

I fall for my park! An example of a children’s health promotion partnership with the community
Nancy Baril and Marie-Josée Drolet

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