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    Occupational Therapist

    Geriatrics 235

    Intradisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Processes in Gerontological Care


    • Identify the value of the interdisciplinary team model as it relates to older adults
    • Discuss and differentiate the different types of teams and the significance of each
    • Explain the OT/COTA intraprofessional role delineation process and expectations in geriatric/gerontologic settings
    • Identify the most common goals of health-care teams
    • Identify and discuss the stages of team development
    • Identify five components of behavior necessary to create effective health-care teams
    • State how “good” teams develop and remain relevant
    • Discuss team communication and its importance as it relates to effective and efficient teaming
    • Discuss leadership roles of working with health-care team change
    • Discuss conflict as it relates to teams
    • Discuss the characteristics of effective teams outlined by Geriatric Interdisciplinary Team Training
    • Discuss how health-care teams are assessed

    Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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    $19.00 USD

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