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CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
INTRODUCTION to ERGOTHERAPY-Fall Semester2+022
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypeRequired
Course CoordinatorLect. BAŞAK TUNCEL
Name of Lecturer(s)
Assistant(s)Res.Assist. Merve KESKİN
AimHistory of ergotherapy describes the role of ergotherapy in relation with the holistic approaches to the occupational therapy, health, quality of life, participation and well-being. It examines the application of occupational therapy in the world.
Course ContentThis course contains; History and evolution of ergotherapy,Explaining the function of the World Health Organization Classification of the handicap,Disability, quality of life, participation and occupational therapy,Discussing issues related to peer education, self direction, person centered srudies, holistic approach and multi-faceted perspective in classroom,History of mental health services,Handicap and psychological aspects,7. Disorder and people associated with participation , disclosure of activity and environment,8. Discussing the social aspects of occupational therapy,Health , social justice, and through real life examples to explain the link between occupational therapy and discussion in the classroom.,Presentation in classromm about World federation of occupational therapy and the work,Discussing the evaluation and treatment areas.,Discussion of treatment approaches,Explanation of the relationship betwwen health-wellbeing and occupational therapy.,Literature on about activity,disability, participation and occupational therapy.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Discuss the concept of ergotherapy.16, 19, 9A
Recognizes applications in the ergotherapy field.16, 19, 9A
Define ergotherapy profession and the responsibilities of ergoterapist.16, 19, 9A
Discuss with the other health professionals, in the rehabilitation team, work principles.16, 19, 9A
Explain the tasks of ergotherapy.16, 19, 9A
Teaching Methods:16: Question - Answer Technique, 19: Brainstorming Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1History and evolution of ergotherapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
2Explaining the function of the World Health Organization Classification of the handicapPreparing for the course note given in advance.
3Disability, quality of life, participation and occupational therapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
4Discussing issues related to peer education, self direction, person centered srudies, holistic approach and multi-faceted perspective in classroomPreparing for the course note given in advance.
5History of mental health servicesPreparing for the course note given in advance.
6Handicap and psychological aspectsPreparing for the course note given in advance.
77. Disorder and people associated with participation , disclosure of activity and environmentPreparing for the course note given in advance.
88. Discussing the social aspects of occupational therapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
9Health , social justice, and through real life examples to explain the link between occupational therapy and discussion in the classroom.Preparing for the course note given in advance.
10Presentation in classromm about World federation of occupational therapy and the workPreparing for the course note given in advance.
11Discussing the evaluation and treatment areas.Preparing for the course note given in advance.
12Discussion of treatment approachesPreparing for the course note given in advance.
13Explanation of the relationship betwwen health-wellbeing and occupational therapy.Preparing for the course note given in advance.
14Literature on about activity,disability, participation and occupational therapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
Resources
It will be given by responsible.
American Occupational Therapy Association (2004) Definition of occupational therapy practice for the AOTA Model Practice Area. Bethesda, MD: Dornan, D.H., Felton, C., Carpinello, S. (November 14, 2000) Mental Health Recovery from the Perspectives of Consumer/Survivors. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. New York State Office of Mental Health (2010). Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2010). Mental Health, United States, 2008. HHS Publication No. (SMA) 10-4590, Rockville MD: Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
PQ-1. Knows how to reach current basic, theoretical and applied scientific knowledge in the field of occupational therapy by using information technologies and resources; evaluates the accuracy, reliability and validity of this information.
X
2
PQ-2. Uses accurate assessment methods for individuals and communities in terms of activity and participation, plans therapy and applies it within the scope of evidence-based occupational therapy theory and foundations.
X
3
PQ-3. Describes a person's nature, needs and performance in relation to daily life, production, leisure activities and tasks, and the relationship between activity and health and well-being.
X
4
PQ-4. Works in a person-centered manner by interpreting activity and participation limitations and using activities in prevention, rehabilitation and treatment.
X
5
PQ-5. Carries out his/her professional and academic studies effectively and ethically, has the ability to work independently and actively within and between disciplines.
X
6
PQ-6. Within the framework of social responsibility awareness, determines needs in research, projects and activities related to occupational therapy science, creates relevant research questions, researches independently and continues lifelong learning.
X
7
PQ-7. Uses information resources effectively by adopting the features of adapting to new conditions, learning, developing new ideas, giving importance to quality throughout life.
X
8
PQ-8. Determines personal and professional learning needs, learns at least one foreign language, develops a positive attitude towards lifelong learning and demonstrates what she has learned.
X
9
PQ-10. Expresses herself effectively by using information and communication technologies related to the field of occupational therapy and establishing verbal and written communication.
X
10
PQ-10. In the development of occupational therapy, acts in accordance with the legal regulations, scientific and professional ethical values that concern his field as an individual; The client fulfills the responsibilities required by his professional performance, protects and defends his professional rights by observing his rights.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100
ECTS / Workload Table
ActivitiesNumber ofDuration(Hour)Total Workload(Hour)
Course Hours14228
Guided Problem Solving5210
Resolution of Homework Problems and Submission as a Report111
Term Project144
Presentation of Project / Seminar144
Quiz000
Midterm Exam11010
General Exam11010
Performance Task, Maintenance Plan000
Total Workload(Hour)67
Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)/30*=(67/30)2
ECTS of the course: 30 hours of work is counted as 1 ECTS credit.

Detail Informations of the Course

Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
INTRODUCTION to ERGOTHERAPY-Fall Semester2+022
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypeRequired
Course CoordinatorLect. BAŞAK TUNCEL
Name of Lecturer(s)
Assistant(s)Res.Assist. Merve KESKİN
AimHistory of ergotherapy describes the role of ergotherapy in relation with the holistic approaches to the occupational therapy, health, quality of life, participation and well-being. It examines the application of occupational therapy in the world.
Course ContentThis course contains; History and evolution of ergotherapy,Explaining the function of the World Health Organization Classification of the handicap,Disability, quality of life, participation and occupational therapy,Discussing issues related to peer education, self direction, person centered srudies, holistic approach and multi-faceted perspective in classroom,History of mental health services,Handicap and psychological aspects,7. Disorder and people associated with participation , disclosure of activity and environment,8. Discussing the social aspects of occupational therapy,Health , social justice, and through real life examples to explain the link between occupational therapy and discussion in the classroom.,Presentation in classromm about World federation of occupational therapy and the work,Discussing the evaluation and treatment areas.,Discussion of treatment approaches,Explanation of the relationship betwwen health-wellbeing and occupational therapy.,Literature on about activity,disability, participation and occupational therapy.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Discuss the concept of ergotherapy.16, 19, 9A
Recognizes applications in the ergotherapy field.16, 19, 9A
Define ergotherapy profession and the responsibilities of ergoterapist.16, 19, 9A
Discuss with the other health professionals, in the rehabilitation team, work principles.16, 19, 9A
Explain the tasks of ergotherapy.16, 19, 9A
Teaching Methods:16: Question - Answer Technique, 19: Brainstorming Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1History and evolution of ergotherapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
2Explaining the function of the World Health Organization Classification of the handicapPreparing for the course note given in advance.
3Disability, quality of life, participation and occupational therapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
4Discussing issues related to peer education, self direction, person centered srudies, holistic approach and multi-faceted perspective in classroomPreparing for the course note given in advance.
5History of mental health servicesPreparing for the course note given in advance.
6Handicap and psychological aspectsPreparing for the course note given in advance.
77. Disorder and people associated with participation , disclosure of activity and environmentPreparing for the course note given in advance.
88. Discussing the social aspects of occupational therapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
9Health , social justice, and through real life examples to explain the link between occupational therapy and discussion in the classroom.Preparing for the course note given in advance.
10Presentation in classromm about World federation of occupational therapy and the workPreparing for the course note given in advance.
11Discussing the evaluation and treatment areas.Preparing for the course note given in advance.
12Discussion of treatment approachesPreparing for the course note given in advance.
13Explanation of the relationship betwwen health-wellbeing and occupational therapy.Preparing for the course note given in advance.
14Literature on about activity,disability, participation and occupational therapyPreparing for the course note given in advance.
Resources
It will be given by responsible.
American Occupational Therapy Association (2004) Definition of occupational therapy practice for the AOTA Model Practice Area. Bethesda, MD: Dornan, D.H., Felton, C., Carpinello, S. (November 14, 2000) Mental Health Recovery from the Perspectives of Consumer/Survivors. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. New York State Office of Mental Health (2010). Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2010). Mental Health, United States, 2008. HHS Publication No. (SMA) 10-4590, Rockville MD: Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
PQ-1. Knows how to reach current basic, theoretical and applied scientific knowledge in the field of occupational therapy by using information technologies and resources; evaluates the accuracy, reliability and validity of this information.
X
2
PQ-2. Uses accurate assessment methods for individuals and communities in terms of activity and participation, plans therapy and applies it within the scope of evidence-based occupational therapy theory and foundations.
X
3
PQ-3. Describes a person's nature, needs and performance in relation to daily life, production, leisure activities and tasks, and the relationship between activity and health and well-being.
X
4
PQ-4. Works in a person-centered manner by interpreting activity and participation limitations and using activities in prevention, rehabilitation and treatment.
X
5
PQ-5. Carries out his/her professional and academic studies effectively and ethically, has the ability to work independently and actively within and between disciplines.
X
6
PQ-6. Within the framework of social responsibility awareness, determines needs in research, projects and activities related to occupational therapy science, creates relevant research questions, researches independently and continues lifelong learning.
X
7
PQ-7. Uses information resources effectively by adopting the features of adapting to new conditions, learning, developing new ideas, giving importance to quality throughout life.
X
8
PQ-8. Determines personal and professional learning needs, learns at least one foreign language, develops a positive attitude towards lifelong learning and demonstrates what she has learned.
X
9
PQ-10. Expresses herself effectively by using information and communication technologies related to the field of occupational therapy and establishing verbal and written communication.
X
10
PQ-10. In the development of occupational therapy, acts in accordance with the legal regulations, scientific and professional ethical values that concern his field as an individual; The client fulfills the responsibilities required by his professional performance, protects and defends his professional rights by observing his rights.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100

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