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    UID:
    gbv_1885765630
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (197 p.)
    ISBN: 9788202827014 , 9788202830441 , 9788202830434 , 9788202830458
    Content: The aim of this anthology is to present current educational research that draws attention to didactics, more specifically to the need for didactic research in health-related subject areas. The anthology is the result of work within the Learning and Interaction research group at the Faculty of Health Sciences at Oslo Metropolitan University and also includes contributions from partners at University College Copenhagen and Rigshospitalet Copenhagen. The anthology analyzes an educational experiment in which the transition between education and professional practice is the main theme. Furthermore, it explores reflections on key concepts and discussions within subject didactics, such as whether there is too much practical training in nursing education, complexity in clinical work and health communication. Additional themes addressed in the book inlude various teaching activities, such as the use of technology and learning assistants, and local curricula for learning and assessment in practical studies
    Content: Målet med denne antologien er å presentere aktuell pedagogisk forskning for å rette oppmerksomhet mot didaktikk, mer spesifikt mot behovet for fagdidaktisk forskning i helsefagene. Antologien er utarbeidet innenfor forskningsgruppen Læring og samhandling ved Fakultet for helsevitenskap ved OsloMet – storbyuniversitetet. Vi har også inkludert samarbeidspartnere fra Københavns Professionshøjskole og Rigshospitalet København. Antologien tar for seg et utdanningseksperiment hvor overgangen mellom utdanning og yrke er hovedtema. Videre tar den for seg refleksjoner over sentrale begreper og diskusjoner innenfor fagdidaktikk, som om det er for mye praksis i sykepleierutdanningen, kompleksitet i klinisk arbeid og helsekommunikasjon. Ulike undervisningsaktiviteter som bruk av teknologi og læringsassistenter er et tema blir behandlet, og til slutt lokale læreplaner for læring og vurdering i praksisstudier
    Note: Norwegian Bokmål
    Language: Undetermined
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  • 2
    UID:
    gbv_1664633707
    Format: 9
    ISSN: 1472-684X
    Content: Background: Activity participation may support clients in palliative care to maintain dignity and quality of life. Literature and policy documents state that occupational therapists should be part of the team in palliative care but provide limited guidance on how interventions should be employed. Thus, the aim was to describe occupational therapists’ experiences of enabling activity for seriously ill and dying clients. Methods: In a descriptive, qualitative study, three focus groups with occupational therapists (n = 14) were conducted. The data were analysed using qualitative content analysis. Results: The findings showed that occupational therapists enabled activity in clients in palliative care while considering the client’s individual preferences. Motivation was seen to facilitate activity, while environmental restrictions were thought to act as barriers. The occupational therapists wanted to bring activities physically closer to the clients and felt a need for more client contact to enable activity. Conclusions: Occupational therapists’ interventions in palliative care include prioritizing and planning activities according to clients’ preferences and capacities. The individual nature of these activities makes it impossible to create standardized protocol for interventions, but the study results can be used to describe occupational therapists’ strategies and to guide their work, especially for occupational therapists without experience in palliative care. (Vorlage)
    In: BMC palliative care, London : BioMed Central, 2002, 18(2019,1) Artikel-Nummer 17, 9 Seiten, 1472-684X
    In: volume:18
    In: year:2019
    In: number:1
    In: extent:9
    Language: English
    URL: Volltext  (kostenfrei)
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