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OTH 201 - Critical Inquiry: Clinical and Professional Reasoning


Semester Hours: 2
Fall
This course introduces students to the processes underlying decision making in occupational therapy. Critical thinking will be fostered through an examination of scholarly literature in occupational therapy and related professions. Students will learn to make clinical decisions based on evidence, observations, sociocultural factors and the reasoning skills used by occupational therapy practitioners.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Matriculation in the Occupational Therapy Program  and completion of HPR 130 - Orientation to Occupational Therapy: The Profession and Practice .





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