OT3005 - Rural and Urban Practice 2
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Healthcare Sciences
Available to level 3 or higher level Occupational Therapy, Occupational Therapy IHCAP
and Occupational Therapy Honours students. If you do not pass the placement attached
to OT3004 you cannot continue in OT3005.
The subject will provide a minimum of 266 hours (seven weeks at 38 hours/week) of
supervised practice education placement with flexible support from the University.
The aim of this placement is to integrate previously learnt material from university
and previous practice education placements with new observations and practical clinical
education. The placement will be either rural or urban and will enable the student
to apply, utilise and develop the theories and principles of occupational therapy
in a variety of settings. Students may be required to undertake placements in a facility
away from the campus at which they are currently enrolled, at their own expense.
- critically analyse the inter-relationships between occupational therapy theory, research
evidence and practice experience to further develop professional reasoning throughout
the occupational therapy process;
- demonstrate an increased competence in professional behaviours, including verbal and
written communication and self-management skills to enable therapeutic and professional
- evaluate own service provision and performance;
- practice in a collaborative and culturally appropriate, client-centred manner.
Study Period 9
|Census Date 10-Oct-2019
||<Person not found>, Mrs Karen Salata
||<Person not found>, Mrs Karen Salata.
- 266 hours clinical placement
||pass/fail-learning plan (non-invigilated) pass/fail-introductory letter (non-invigilated)
pass/fail-student practice evaluation form-revised (spef-r) (invigilated) pass/fail-attendance
|Special Assessment Requirements:
||This subject will receive a grade of satisfactory/unsatisfactory. All assessment tasks
must be passed to achieve a satisfactory in this subject.
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement
process, and in case of
minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest