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The development of the model of occupational self efficacy: An occupational therapy practice model to facilitate returning to work after a brain injury
Objective: The purpose of this article is to describe the methodology used in order to develop the Model of Occupational Self Efficacy: An occupational therapy practice model to facilitate returning to work after a brain injury. Participants: Nine males and one female participated in the study. Methods: Face to face, semi structured individual interviews were conducted and data were analyzed using a qualitative approach to explicate patterns and themes. The study was conducted in two phases, namely, Phase one described the lived experience of individuals with brain injury who had returned to work...
Promoting Culturally Competent Chronic Pain Management Using the Clinically Relevant Continuum Model
Monsivais, Diane B. (2011). Promoting Culturally Competent Chronic Pain Management Using the Clinically Relevant Continuum Model. Nursing Clinics of North America , 46(2): 163-169. This article reviews the culture of biomedicine and current practices in pain management education, which often merge to create a hostile environment for effective chronic pain care. Areas of cultural tensions in chronic pain frequently involve the struggle to achieve credibility regarding one's complaints of pain (or being believed that the pain is real) and complying with pain medication protocols. The clinically...
Le développement de la réadaptation au travail dans la région Asie-Pacifique au 21e siècle
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation , 21, supplement 1. La revue Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation publie un supplément au volume 21 qui se consacre au développement de la réadaptation au travail dans la région Asie-Pacifique. Une dizaine d'articles aborde les questions relatives au développement et à l'implantation de programmes de réadaptation au travail et les différents enjeux relatifs à la prévention et à la gestion de l'incapacité dans les contextes sociaux, politiques et culturels spécifiques...
The Practical Application of Theory and Research for Preventing Work Disability: A New Paradigm for Occupational Rehabilitation Services in China?
Introduction Several studies have been conducted in the West showing that return to work (RTW) coordination is a key element to facilitate RTW of injured workers and to prevent work disabilities. However, no study has been carried out to investigate the scope of RTW activities in China. The purpose of this study was to explore the views of key RTW stakeholders on necessary activities for RTW coordination. Methods A cross-sectional survey was conducted in Guangdong province of China. A three-tiered approach including focus group discussions and panel reviews was used to collect RTW activities, analyze...
Wii-habilitation: Is there a role in trauma?
Rehabilitation forms an essential component of the therapeutic continuum in multiply injured patients. Effective rehabilitation programmes assist patients in optimising their level of physical, psychological and social function, while also reducing the length of patient stay, re-admission rates and use of primary care resources. A recent report from the National Audit Office on trauma care within the UK highlighted rehabilitation as an area of trauma patient care that frequently fell short of the standards expected. The current decline in the economy is likely to impact upon the financial resources...
Therapeutic Engagement: A Proposed Model of Engagement in Medical Rehabilitation
A major goal of physical medicine and rehabilitation is the recovery of function after an injury or the underlying medical condition that has caused impairment in one's daily functioning. The rehabilitation process involves a complex interplay of many factors that influence how well a person benefits from medical rehabilitation. There is burgeoning evidence that for patients to maximize rehabilitation benefits, they must be actively involved or engaged in the process. In this article, the construct of therapeutic engagement is defined, and a theoretical model is proposed to illustrate how and...
Best practices in the rehabilitation of acute musculoskeletal disorders in workers with injuries: An integrative review and analysis of evolving trends
Scholars in occupational therapy and occupational science often reference well-being when discussing treatment goals or occupational engagement, but the various meanings of this reference remain unexamined in current literature. This paper reports the results of a literature review of five journals and five monographs in the occupational therapy and occupational science literature. The purpose of this review was to understand and critique how scholars in the profession and the discipline conceptualize well-being, guided by broader philosophical perspectives on the subject. The review revealed inconsistent...
The Friction Model – a dynamic model of functioning, disability and contextual factors and its conceptual and practical applicability
Purpose .To develop a model of the dynamics of functioning, disability and contextual factors which harmonises with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). Method .Model parts based on ICF were identified and a model drawing from engineering concepts was developed. The conceptual and practical applicability of the model was discussed. Results .The so called Friction Model was created, which incorporates the ICF entities capacity, performance, environmental factors, health condition, body functions and structures, and personal factors. Friction describes the...
Intervention mapping for development of a participatory return-to-work intervention for temporary agency workers and unemployed workers sick-listed due to musculoskeletal disorders
In the past decade in activities aiming at return-to-work (RTW), there has been a growing awareness to change the focus from sickness and work disability to recovery and work ability. To date, this process in occupational health care (OHC) has mainly been directed towards employees. However, within the working population there are two vulnerable groups: temporary agency workers and unemployed workers, since they have no workplace/employer to return to, when sick-listed. For this group there is a need for tailored RTW strategies and interventions. Therefore, this paper aims to describe the structured...
Using reflective learning to improve the impact of continuing education in the context of work rehabilitation
Reflective learning has been described as a promising approach for ameliorating the impact of continuing education (CE) programs. However, there are still very few studies that have investigated how occupational therapists use reflection to improve the integration of CE program content in their decision-making processes. The study objectives were to describe how these professionals, working in the sector of work rehabilitation, used reflective learning to integrate research evidence into their clinical decision-making process and to identify the factors that influenced the reflective learning process...

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