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Written by Shilah Todd, Published on April 19, 2018

We all learned intervention ideas in occupational therapy school. We heard all the research. But once you get into practice, being occupation-based is a little harder to achieve with productivity standards, patient diagnoses, and different settings we may be working in. I’ll be discussing how I’ve been able to achieve occupation-based practice with one population in an acute care setting in hopes that you can carry these ideas over into your own different areas of practice!

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Topics:Clinicalinterdisciplinaryoccupation-based therapypatientstotal hip replacementtotal knee replacement


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