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#1 Sunday 15th of October 2017 14:48

relizabeth
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UK OT student wants to connect with International OT students

Hi, my name is Robetha, a first year Occupational Therapy (OT) student, studying in the United Kingdom . We have been asked by our tutor to form connections with other international OT students in relation to our course.

In my first year we have six(6) modules, one of these are Occupational Health and Wellbeing, in this module we are studying the different models .

Question ; what is your view on the Biopsychosocial model

Robetha

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#2 Sunday 4th of February 2018 06:32

kidnocnl
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Re: UK OT student wants to connect with International OT students

Greetings Robetha,

I am a future OT in America.

Thanks,
Nancy Kidnocker

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#3 Wednesday 28th of February 2018 17:43

Itachi50
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Re: UK OT student wants to connect with International OT students

Hi, my name is Harshada Patil, a post-professional masters student from India, currently studying in USA.

According to me, understanding biopsychosocial model is important for us. We as occupational therapists view humans as occupational beings that perform chunks of activity (Clarke) daily, to achieve certain goals. The elements of this model parallel with our understanding of human interaction and environment. We study the relationship between person, occupation, and environment to understand health and wellbeing. The biological factors (genetic, ethnicity, etc), social factors (peers, family, etc) and psychological factors (behavior, personality, etc) help us understand the dynamics and factors responsible for impinging an individual's functional performance.

Harshada:)


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#4 Saturday 7th of July 2018 13:40

relizabeth
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Re: UK OT student wants to connect with International OT students

kidnocnl wrote:

Greetings Robetha,

I am a future OT in America.

Thanks,
Nancy Kidnocker


Hi Nancy,

Thank you so much for connecting with me. Hope we could share our knowledge on different modules, so that we both can benefit from international differences.

Thank you,
Robetha Thornhill

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#5 Saturday 7th of July 2018 13:47

relizabeth
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Re: UK OT student wants to connect with International OT students

Itachi50 wrote:

Hi, my name is Harshada Patil, a post-professional masters student from India, currently studying in USA.

According to me, understanding biopsychosocial model is important for us. We as occupational therapists view humans as occupational beings that perform chunks of activity (Clarke) daily, to achieve certain goals. The elements of this model parallel with our understanding of human interaction and environment. We study the relationship between person, occupation, and environment to understand health and wellbeing. The biological factors (genetic, ethnicity, etc), social factors (peers, family, etc) and psychological factors (behavior, personality, etc) help us understand the dynamics and factors responsible for impinging an individual's functional performance.

Harshada:)


Hi Harshada,

Thank you for your reply, this is helpful. Hope we could stay connected so that we can share knowledge on global perspectives .

Thank you,
Robetha Thornhill

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#6 Saturday 7th of July 2018 13:49

relizabeth
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Re: UK OT student wants to connect with International OT students

My email address is revillafana@yahoo.com, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you,
Robetha Thornhill

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