Occupation and Practice in Context is a new book written for students and professionals struggling to understand and address the multiple contextual influences that affect their everyday work. Based on complexity theory, which describes the inter-connectedness of human systems, this book examines the contextual forces that shape interactions with clients and consumers, whatever the setting or environment. The use throughout the book of detailed case studies, chapter objectives, key point summaries and further reading suggestions ensures that Occupation and Practice in Context will be an important guide for student and practitioners alike, helping to clarify the complex contextual issues factors influencing practice.
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Titolo: Occupation and Practice in Context
Autori: Whiteford - Wright-St Clair
Editore: Elsevier - Churchill Livingstone
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 17x25 cm
Peso: 0.8 kg