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  1. Section 1: Core Texts, Book Chapters and Peer Reviewed Papers 44 items
    Please note that text books listed below are is a starting point for M Level study. You're expected to read widely, consulting contemporary literature from a variety of disciplines throughout this module. This should include published research from peer reviewed journals.
    1. An occupational perspective of health - Ann Allart Wilcock, Clare Hocking 2015

      Book Recommended

    2. Appreciative healthcare practice: a guide to compassionate person-centred care - Gwilym Roberts, Andrew Machon 2015

      Book Background

    3. Client-centredness - Jacquie Ripat

      Chapter Essential OM178 ( Scanned extract) providing an overview of key constructs associated with client centredness

    4. Conceptual foundations of occupational therapy practice - Gary Kielhofner 2009

      Book Recommended

    5. Conceptual foundations of occupational therapy practice - Gary Kielhofner, Gary Kielhofner, Credo Reference (Firm) c2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    6. Disability on equal terms - John Swain, Sally French 2008

      Book Recommended

    7. Defining Health - Ann Allart Wilcock, Clare Hocking

      Chapter Essential Module OM178 ( Scanned extract). Provides an overview of health, wellness and well-being from a Western perspective

    8. Enabling occupation: an occupational therapy perspective - Elizabeth A. Townsend, Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists 2002

      Book Recommended Core text for Canadian Model of Occupational Performance (CMOP)

    9. Enabling occupation II: advancing an occupational therapy vision for health, well-being, & justice through occupation - Elizabeth A. Townsend, Helene J. Polatajko, Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists 2013

      Book Recommended Core text for Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement( CMOP-E)

    10. Foundations for practice in occupational therapy - Edward A. S. Duncan, Edward A. S. Duncan 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    11. Foundations for practice in occupational therapy - Edward A. S. Duncan, Edward A. S. Duncan 2011

      Book Recommended

    12. Foundations for practice in occupational therapy - Edward A. S. Duncan, Edward A. S. Duncan 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    13. Introduction to occupation: the art and science of living - Charles Christiansen, Elizabeth A. Townsend 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    14. Kielhofner's model of human occupation: theory and application - Reně R. Taylor, Gary Kielhofner 2017

      Book Recommended Core text for Model of Human Occupation

    15. Occupational therapy and complexity: defining and describing practice - Duncan Pentland, Sarah Kantartzis, Maria Giatsi Clausen, Kristi Witemyre 2018

      Book Background

    16. On Equal Terms - Sally French, John Swain

      Chapter Essential Module OM178 ( Scanned extract) providing overview of Social Model of Disability

    17. Perspectives on human occupation: theories underlying practice 2017

      Book Recommended Book chapter providing contemporary overview of Person-Environment- Occupation Model. Read pages 137-159, S. Baptiste - The person-environment-occupation model

    18. Psychology - Ronald J. Comer, Elizabeth Gould, Adrian Furnham c2013

      Book Recommended

    19. Social aspects of health, illness and healthcare - Mary Larkin 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    20. Social aspects of health, illness and healthcare - Mary Larkin 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    21. Social aspects of health, illness and healthcare - Mary Larkin 2011

      Book Recommended

    22. Study skills for master's level students: a reflexive approach for health and social care - Debbie Casey, Liz Clark, Sally Hayes 2013

      Book Recommended

    23. The biopsychosocial model of illness: a model whose time has come - Derick T Wade, Peter W Halligan 08/2017

      Article Essential Peer reviewed paper providing contemporary overview of Biopsychosocial Model

    24. The Environment and Human Occupation - Gail Fisher, Sue Parkinson, Lena Haglund

      Chapter Essential OM178 (Scanned extract) from Model of Human Occupation(MOHO) textbook giving overview of MOHO environment concepts. FISHER, G. PARKINSON, S. & HAGLUND, L. 2017. The environment & human occupation. In: R.R. Taylor, ed. Kielhofner’s Model of Human Occupation. 5th ed. pp.91-105.

    25. The occupational profile - Judy Urban Wilson, Marie-Louise Blount

      Chapter Essential Module: OM178 (scanned extract) provides an overview of the occupational profile - content, purpose and function

    26. The intentional relationship: occupational therapy and use of self - Reně R. Taylor c2008

      Book Recommended

    27. The Person-Environment-Occupation Model: A Transactive Approach to Occupational Performance - Law, MaryCooper, BarbaraStrong, SusanStewart, DebraRigby, Patricia Apr 1996

      Article Essential Seminal paper on Person-Environment- Occupation Model (PEO) first published in 1996.

    28. The need for a new medical model: a challenge for biomedicine - G. Engel 08/04/1977

      Article Essential Seminal paper about biopsychosocial model first published in 1977

    29. The person-specific concepts of human occupation - Takashi, Y., Taylor, R. R. and Kielhofner, G.

      Chapter Essential OM178(Scanned extract) from Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) text book giving overview of MOHO person concepts

    30. The interaction between the person and the environment - O'Brien, J. C. and Kielhofner, G.

      Chapter Essential OM178 (Scanned extract) from Model of Human Occupation ( MOHO) textbook providing overview of MOHO dynamical systems perspective.

    31. The theoretical basis of occupational therapy - Mary Ann McColl, Mary C. Law, Debra Stewart 2015

      Book Recommended

    32. Tyldesley & Grieve's Muscles, nerves, and movement in human occupation - Ian R. McMillan, Gail Carin-Levy, Barbara Tyldesley 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    33. Tyldesley & Grieve's Muscles, nerves, and movement in human occupation - Ian R. McMillan, Gail Carin-Levy, Barbara Tyldesley 2012

      Book Recommended

    34. Understanding the sociology of health: an introduction - Anne-Marie Barry, Chris Yuill 2016

      Book Recommended

    35. Willard & Spackman's occupational therapy 2019

      Book Recommended

  2. Section 2: Essential preparatory reading for PBL tasks and classes 10 items
    1. Critical reflexivity in client-centred therapeutic relationships - Lisa McCorquodale, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella 04/07/2015

      Article Essential Directed reading for Week 2 Wednesday 19 Sept

    2. How should we define health? - M. Huber, J. A. Knottnerus, L. Green, H. v. d. Horst 26/07/2011

      Article Essential Directed reading for Week 2: Friday 21 Sept

    3. What is occupation? - Dickie, V.

      Chapter Essential Module: OM178 (Scanned Extract): Directed reading for Week 2: Friday 21 Sept

    4. The knowledge base of occupational therapy - Creek, J.

      Chapter Essential Module: OM178 (Scanned Extract) Directed reading for Week 3 Thursday 27 Sept

    5. Evolution of occupational therapy within the health care context - Curtin, M., Adams, J. and Egan, M.

      Chapter Essential Module: OM178 (Scanned Extract) Directed reading for Week 3 Thursday 27 Sept

    6. Occupation-centred, occupation-based, occupation-focused: Same, same or different? - Anne G. Fisher 10/2014

      Article Essential Directed reading for Week 3: Friday 28 September

    7. Key tools of the occupational therapist : occupational profiling, activity analysis and occupational performance analysis - Karina Dancza, Jeannette Head, Sue Mesa

      Chapter Essential Module OM178 ( Scanned extract) Directed reading for Week 4: Wed 3 and Thurs 4 September. pp 50-59 provide a worked example of an activity analysis

    8. Conceptual foundations of occupational therapy practice - Gary Kielhofner, Gary Kielhofner, Credo Reference (Firm) c2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Directed reading for Week 5: Friday 12 October Chapter 6, The nature and role of conceptual practice models, pp.58-64.

    9. Foundations for practice in occupational therapy - Edward A. S. Duncan, Edward A. S. Duncan 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Directed reading for Week 5: Friday 12 October An introduction to conceptual models of practice and frames of reference. pp.43-48

    10. A Scholarship of Practice: Creating Discourse Between Theory, Research and Practice - Gary Kielhofner 01/2005

      Article Essential Directed reading for Week 8: Friday 2 November.