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OTPapers Nov 30
Decolonizing ethnography: Undocumented immigrants and new directions in social science
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Our pleasure. Thank you for participating!
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Thank you and our participants for a wonderful The discussion has been ripe with ideas and recommendations to improve explicit links between OS and OT through our study of participation! We hope you all will continue to dialogue in days to come.
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Jen Weaver Nov 24
Replying to @AlisonCoganOT
we can build interrelationships between researchers, academicians, clinicians, and our clients/caregivers to facilitate literature to support what is needed for practice and individuals served
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Alondra Ammon Nov 24
Replying to @wrappedinsaran
This!👏🏽 How do we best meet the needs of our clients if some research doesn't fully support or represent the population we intend to integrate it with?
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Jen Weaver Nov 24
Replying to @AlisonCoganOT
I think we have touched on this--at least skirted the edges. How much of the literature/research agenda is being driven by what is needed in the clinic? How are we formulating OS .
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Such important questions to ponder!
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
A case for employing more quantitative methods in research!
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Q3. How can participation issues/goals from OT practice inform OS research?
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Welcome to Alondra!
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Khalilah R. Johnson, PhD, OTR/L Nov 24
“Relationship-centered” care! Jen, you have given us something to consider here. Reframing care to center relationships. Participation is inherently relational.
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Susan H. Lin, ScD Nov 24
Replying to @OccSci_USA
I think understanding someone’s values and definition of participation in multiple contexts/roles is important for client-centered OT practice. Just may be challenging b/c of time constraints.
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Occupation is inherently social!
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Q2. How does your definition of participation link to practice?
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Welcome to Melissa!
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Welcome, Susan!
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Q1. How do you define participation?
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Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Nov 24
Welcome back to
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