Volume two Issue two
Placing value on validity
Dr. Laurie Snider from McGill University demonstrates how using
evidence can increase a clinician's confidence regarding intervention
choices, justifying program models and helping clients to make the best
IT TO PRACTICE
The role of spirituality in occupational
Brenda Vrkljan, a Masters candidate at the University of Western
Ontario, explores the profession's spiritual efforts and presents a small
vignette of how it works in practice.
Taking the intimidation out of assistive
If you want to find out more about assistive technology, there is no magic
textbook. Instead, Dianna Fong Lee suggests attending a conference
and has the inside information on choosing the right one for you.
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Trade show tips
Whether your booth is at a trade show or part of a mall display, these
Do's and Don'ts lists will help attract people to your booth.
Reconciling philosophy with daily
Future challenges to occupational therapy's client-centred practice
Column editor Karen Rebeiro suggests ways to make client-centredness a
reality. It may mean rocking the boat and challenging workload measurement
stats and refusing to attend meetings.
Tel-Ed Spring 2000 Series
Just in time learning from the best. If you have only one hour to spare
for continuing education, then spend it with some of your profession's
best speakers and educators. There is something for everyone in this series.
Have a look, and sign up today!
A Canadian twist to occupational therapy in Iceland
by Laura Van Iterson
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illustration: Into the Light: Recovery of the Soul by Karen Rebeiro
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2000 Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
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