Promoting resilience in occupational therapy rducation, a scoping literature review
Stein, M., Chung, P., Clark, N. and Holt, N. 2019. Promoting resilience in occupational therapy rducation, a scoping literature review .
|Authors||Stein, M., Chung, P., Clark, N. and Holt, N.|
|Project leader||Maria Stein|
Psychological and emotional resilience are important Occupational Therapy (OT) graduate skills. Occupational Therapists often embark on varied careers in highly demanding and challenging work environments. Theoretically, teaching and learning resilience during training affords protective advantages including safeguarding effects, which promote wellness and a sense of “I can do this, I will survive”. However, OT educators face significant challenges knowing how best to promote resilience through self-directed learning (SDL) approaches. In the UK, there is a strong focal shift towards producing resilient, autonomous life-long learners.
This review was undertaken to inform current education practices in the field.
|Keywords||Resilience; Lifelong learning; Life long learning; Occupational therapy; Education|
|Funder||CCCU QR Funding|
Walker, C., Gleaves, A., & Grey, J. (2006). Can students within higher education learn to be resilient and, educationally speaking, does it matter?. Educational Studies, 32(3), 251-264.
This paper will be presented in September 2021 as the congress was cancelled for this year due to Covid-19 pandemic. it will be published in the conference proceedings.
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||28 May 2020|
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