Master of Science (Occupational Therapy) (MSc OT) to enter the profession - Social Influences on Occupational Performance OCCU 6002   Social Influences on Occupational Performance
This course explores the ways occupational meaning, engagement and performance are shaped by 'social location' - the experiences, values, assumptions, expectations that arise out of such factors as our race, class, gender, sexual orientation, culture, age, ability/disability. We explore how these factors affect therapy and occupation for both clients and therapists.TECHNOLOGY: Consult for current technology requirements
FORMAT COMMENTS: On site seminar
PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of all MSc(OT) program courses in the previous semester, previously approved Special Student - Graduate Studies (SSGS) status from the School of Occupational Therapy and the Faculty of Graduate Studies, or by permission of instructor