Occupational therapy is a dynamic and changing profession. Contemporary competencies change across time and across international boundaries, with professional boundaries being impacted by the evolution of the profession in response to local needs, challenges and opportunities. In this subject, you will develop an understanding of contemporary and international practice issues and take part in intensive workshops to prepare you for international and emerging areas of practice. As part of this subject, students will undertake an eight-day placement in either an international or domestic context.
|Faculty||Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine|
1. Demonstrate an awareness of international differences in occupational therapy practice.
2. Adapt and develop existing occupational therapy competencies to rural and remote, non-traditional and non-Australian contexts.
3. Apply occupational therapy professional skills and knowledge in an international, rural and remote, or non-traditional context commensurate with studies completed.
4. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in discrete clinical practice topics that feature in contemporary occupational therapy practice.