8 Types of Clinical Reasoning for Occupational Therapists

published 1 month ago by Dr. Frederick B. Covington

In occupational therapy clinical reasoning involves more than a simple application of theory, particularly theory as understood in the natural sciences, because complex clinical tasks often require that the therapist improvise a treatment approach that addresses the unique meaning of disability as it relates to a particular patient. Here's a brief look inside the various clinical reasoning OT's employ.

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