By Karen M. Sames MBA OTR/L
A accomplished advisor to making potent documentation in occupational therapy.
Documenting Occupational remedy Practice, 3/e is the main finished textual content on occupational remedy documentation at present out there, overlaying basic documentation rules, scientific documentation, digital documentation, tuition approach documentation, and documentation of administrative projects. greater than only a how-to guide, the textual content explores vital moral, criminal, and language concerns concerning documentation as well as proposing step by step ideas for developing profitable cleaning soap notes, communications, and documentation. The 3rd version has been totally up-to-date to mirror present AOTA legitimate files and new digital documentation instruments, and has been reorganized to enhance clarity. powerful evaluate instruments aid readers actually grasp documentation strategies and techniques, whereas the text’s accompanying site presents extra studying assets that may be accessed at the go.
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This textual content deals a complete advisor to making potent documentation for occupational remedy. It provides:
- Comprehensive assurance of all components of practice: Chapters research the underlying suggestions of fine documentation in scientific, institution, and administrative settings.
- Practical innovations and techniques that arrange scholars for the workplace: Chapters current transparent, potent techniques for drafting documentation and communique that may be without delay utilized in specialist settings.
- Exploration of moral and felony matters: Discussions aid scholars know the way documentation impacts others and supply problem-solving thoughts for addressing felony and moral concerns.
- Coverage of digital documentation: Screenshots and dialogue of digital overall healthiness list (EHR) structures familiarize scholars with present documentation applied sciences.
- Effective studying tools: evaluate routines and various reference instruments aid scholars actually grasp textual content material.
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