Profile of Occupational Therapy Practice in Canada 2007

For occupational therapists planning to migrate and work in Canada, the latest document released by Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) titled “Profile of Occupational Therapy Practice in Canada: 2007” is a must read.  CAOT provides a brief description of this document.

In the fall of 2005, the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) launched a project to revise and update the Profile of Occupational Therapy Practice in Canada. This document is used by CAOT for many important activities, such as defining the national certification examination blueprint and expected outcomes of occupational therapy education for academic accreditation. The intent of the new Profile of Occupational Therapy Practice in Canada: 2007 (Practice Profile) is to reflect current evidence in the areas of competency and occupational therapy practice and integrate new information and models within a continuum of skills and knowledge needed by the occupational therapy workforce to meet health needs.

Download Profile of Occupational Therapy Practice in Canada: 2007 here.

Source: CAOT

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