Clinical and Fieldwork Placement in the Health Profession

Paperback | May 16, 2013

byKaren Stagnitti, Adrian Schoo, Dianne Welch

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In all health professions, students are required to spend a certain number of hours in a healthcare setting working within their discipline-specific profession. This requirement is essential to becoming a competent health professional and practitioner. Clinical and Fieldwork Placement in theHealth Professions, Second Edition, helps to prepare students for their work in clinical and fieldwork settings. The text is divided into three parts. Part 1 Issues for Practice presents information that is important for students and supervisors to know - regardless of the clinical setting. This includes how to get the most out of your fieldwork, working in teams and how to prepare for placement. Part 2Contexts of Practice explores various clinical settings (i.e. working with mothers and babies, working in acute care, working in mental health) and guides the student through what to prepare for, what to expect and issues that would be helpful to be aware of during placement. Part 3 Transition toPractice provides information on the transition from student to fieldwork educator and on some of the issues involved in supervision of a student. This second edition continues to encourage multidisciplinary practice, reinforcing that the key to good health practice is to have all health professionals working together successfully with shared skills in reflective practice, and engaging clients in care and ethical practice. New to this editionare chapters on "Working in Palliative Care" and "Becoming a Reflective Practitioner", more detail on the competency standards for students on placement, and new pedagogical features - "Supervisor Profiles" to help students prepare for clinical placements in various settings, and "PortfolioDevelopment Exercises" to help shape a students' professional practice portfolio.

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In all health professions, students are required to spend a certain number of hours in a healthcare setting working within their discipline-specific profession. This requirement is essential to becoming a competent health professional and practitioner. Clinical and Fieldwork Placement in theHealth Professions, Second Edition, helps to ...

Karen Stagnitti is Professor, Personal Chair of the Occupational Science and Therapy Program at the School of Health and Social Development at Deakin University. Adrian Schoo is Professor at the Flinders Innovation in Clinical Education Cluster, School of Medicine at Flinders University. Dianne Welch is Director of Clinical Studies, Sc...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 10.87 × 8.27 × 0.69 inPublished:May 16, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Part 1: Issues for Practice1. Getting Ready for Placement2. The Three Rs: Roles, Rights and Responsibilities3. Becoming a Reflective Practitioner4. Models of Supervision5. Making the Most of Your Fieldwork Learning Opportunity6. Assessment of Clinical Learning7. A model for Alternative Fieldwork8. Interprofessional Learning in the Field: Multidisciplinary Teamwork9. Learning from Failure10. Using Digital Technology for Knowledge Transfer11. Fostering Partnerships with Action12. Supporting People's Decision-Making13. Working in Palliative CarePart 1 ChecklistPart 2: Contexts of Practice14. Working in Diverse Settings15. Working with Mothers and Babies16. Working with Children and Families17. Working in Acute Settings18. Working with Older People19. Working in Mental Health20. Working in Workplace Practice21. Working in Private Practice22. Working in Rural and Remote Settings23. Working in Indigenous Health SettingsPart 2 ChecklistPart 3: Transition to Practice24. You Become the Supervisor25. Starting Out in Supervision26. Health Workforce Recruitment and the Impact of Fieldwork PlacementsPart 3 checklistAppendix: Legal IssuesGlossaryList of Useful WebsitesIndex