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Model of human occupation : theory and application / Gary Kielhofner.

Author:
Kielhofner, Gary, 1949-2010 [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Baltimore, MD : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2008.
Εdition:
4th ed.
Description:
xvii, 565 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 532-549) and index.
Contents:
Ch. 1. Introduction to the model of human occupation / Kielhofner -- Ch. 2. The basic concepts of human occupation / Kielhofner -- Ch. 3. The dynamics of human occupation / Kielhofner -- Ch. 4. Volition / Kielhofner -- Ch. 5. Habituation : patterns of daily occupation / Kielhofner -- Ch. 6. Performance capacity and lived body / Kielhofner, Tham, Baz and Hutson -- Ch. 7. The environment and human occupation / Kielhofner -- Ch. 8. Dimensions of doing / Kielhofner -- Ch. 9. Crafting occupational life / Kielhofner, Borell, Holzmueller, Jonsson, Josephsson, Keponin, Melton, Munger and Nygard -- Ch. 10. Doing and becoming : occupational change and development / Kielhofner -- Ch. 11. Therapeutic reasoning : planning, implementing, and evaluating the outcomes of therapy / Kielhofner and Forysth -- Ch. 12. Assessment : choosing and using structured and unstructured means of gathering information / Kielhofner and Forsyth -- Ch. 13. Occupational engagement : how clients achieve change / Kielhofner and Forsyth -- Ch. 14. Therapeutic strategies for enabling change / Kielhofner and Forsyth -- Ch. 15. Observational assessments / Kielhofner, Cahill, Forsyth, de las Heras, Melton, Raber and Prior -- Ch. 16. Self-reports : eliciting client's perspectives / Kielhofner, Forsyth, Suman, J. Kramer, Nakamura-Thomas, Yamada, Rjeille-Cordeiro, Keponen, Pan and Henry -- Ch. 17. Talking with clients : assessments that collect information / Kielhofner, Forsyth, Clay, Ekbladh, Haglund, Hemmingsson, Keponen and Olson -- Ch. 18. Assessments combining methods of information gathering / Forsyth, Kielhofner, Bowyer, K. Kramer, Ploszaj, Blondis, Hinson-Smith and Parkinson -- Ch. 19. Recrafting occupational narratives / Auzmendia, de las Heras, Kielhofner and Miranda -- Ch. 20. Applying MOHO to clients who are cognitively impaired / Kielhofner, Andersen, Last, Roitman, Brettschneider, Vercruysse and Ziv -- Ch. 21. Facilitating participation through community-based interventions / Kielhofner, Levin, Egan, Moody, Skubik-Peplaski and Rockwell-Dylla -- Ch. 22. Enabling clients to reconstruct their occupational lives in long-term settings / Kielhofner, Mentrup, Miranda, Schulte and Shepherd -- Ch. 23. Communication and documentation / Forsyth and Kielhofner -- Ch. 24. Program development / Braveman, Kielhofner and Belanger -- Ch. 25. Evidence for practice from the model of human occupation / J. Kramer / Bowyer and Kielhofner -- Ch. 26. Research : investigating MOHO / Kielhofner -- Ch. 27. The model of human occupation, the ICF, and the occupational therapy practice framework : connections to support best practice around the world / J. Kramer / Bowyer and Kielhofner -- App. Introduction to the MOHO clearinghouse and Web site / Lee and Ploszaj.
Subject(s):
Occupational therapy [Browse]
Other title(s):
MOHO
ISBN:
  • 9780781769969 (alk. paper)
  • 0781769965 (alk. paper)
LCCN:
2007031774
OCLC:
162143316
RCP:
C - S