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1 Occupational Therapy Program Curriculum (3+3 Students = OTFY courses; first year only.) Please note, course descriptions are updated periodically. First Year Fall Credits GMOT 6110/OTFY 4110 Functional Human Anatomy 3 Basic functional human anatomy course with emphasis on skeletal, muscular, connective tissue and nervous systems. Information presented at the tissue, organ and system levels. Visualization of the human body is presented using both models and interactive computer software that present gross dissection, tissue samples, and clinical imaging. Discussion of normal structure changes over the entire lifespan. GMOT 6120/OTFY 4120 Human Physiology 4 This course is designed to provide the occupational therapy graduate student with a thorough understanding of basic human physiology. The student should be able to understand and explain, concisely and thoroughly, major physiological processes within the human body, as well as apply their learned knowledge of physiology to case analysis. GMOT 6310/OTFY 4310 Intro to Principles of Learning 2 Teaching and facilitating learning are critical functions of occupational therapy practitioners in their work with clients, caregivers, other professionals, and the general public. This course explores principles of learning and teaching as applied in occupational therapy practice across the life span and illustrates how occupational therapy practitioners integrate the use of these principles with task analysis and analysis of characteristics of learners and learning environments to meet therapeutic goals. Students will also consider the professional commitment of occupational therapy practitioners to lifelong learning. The course will include lectures, discussions, writing assignments, and analysis of clinical vignettes. In individual and group experiential activities, students will observe and practice the application of learning principles as both learners and teachers. GMOT 6412/OTFY 4412 Intro to Theory and Practice I/Level I Fieldwork Introduces the profession of OT including history, philosophy, theoretical foundations and principles of occupation. Explores the scope of practice including the range of disabilities served and assessment and treatment strategies. Explores professional issues of patient care, code of ethics, professional relationships and professional organizations. 3 GMOT 6415/ OTFY 4415 Seminar in Activity Analysis in Occupational Therapy This lab introduces students to activities and the use of occupations. Students are expected to use the language of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework and the principles of activity analysis during lab activities. All activities are analyzed as a part of lab tasks. Students are expected to actively participate in all lab activities, and able to articulate how these skills relate not only to adaptation but also to the tasks in clients everyday lives. 1 Page 1 of 8

2 GMOT 6417/OTFY 4417 Seminar in Occupational Therapy Practice Skills The content lab introduces students to basic healthcare tasks as well as tasks that occupational therapists perform as part of service delivery. Activities include but are not limited to taking vital signs, basic wheelchair parts adjustment, infection control, and use of adaptive equipment in ADLs. Students are required to demonstrate competence in assigned activities. 1 GMOT 6320/OTFY 4320 Development Across the Life Span I 2 This is the first in a sequence of two courses (GMOT 6320, 6330) that explore the development of occupations and roles throughout the lifespan. Students begin to recognize the sensory, motor, emotional and cognitive capacities, which provide the foundation for childhood occupations, relationships and roles. Through experiences with children engaged in relationships and activities, students gain first hand knowledge of typical development and individual differences. Students appreciate the importance of the sociocultural and physical environments where children perform daily activities, socialize, play and learn. The child s ability to relate and interact with significant other s is understood as a critical foundation for learning. Interdisciplinary communication is introduced and practiced through several classes conducted in collaboration with the physical therapy program. Students work in pairs with their peers to create a developmental profile on a child and present this as a final project. 16 credits Spring GMOT 6130/OTFY4130 Kinesiology 3 This course presents the application of physics, anatomy, and physiology to the understanding of human movement. Emphasis is placed on the study of development and function of bone, muscle, and ligaments in contributing to normal motion. Attention is paid to synovial joints as key linkage in the human mechanical system and how their movements are created and governed. The laboratory component of this course reviews the theory and application of goniometry, manual muscle testing, and physical evaluation. Activity analysis, documentation and goal setting are included. GMOT 6140/OTFY4140 Neuroscience 3 This course will cover the basic structure, organization, and function of the central nervous system (CNS). Lectures and laboratories focus on understanding localization of function within specific structures and pathways of the brain and spinal cord, and typical syndromes associated with vascular accidents, trauma or diseases of the various parts of the CNS. GMOT 6210/OTFY4210 Clinical Medicine in OT I 3 This is the first of a two-course sequence that explores alterations in body function and system or organ failure that can occur as a result of disease or illness. This course will address dysfunction, illness or injuries that impact occupational performance. Medications used in the treatment of these illnesses or dysfunctions will be incorporated throughout the semester. The language of medicine will be integrated throughout the course using both oral and written communication. Cultural disparities and gender, ethnic, cultural, and economic differences in health care will be identified. GMOT 6330/OTFY4330 Development Across the Life Span II 2 This is the second in a sequence of 2 courses (GMOT 6320, 6330) which explore human development throughout the lifespan. The class begins with a discussion of the demographics of and theories about aging, and psychosocial development of the adolescent, adult and older adult. Culture, gender, ethnicity, generation and personality are discussed as they influence development over time. Following this, 4 major time periods are explored in depth including Page 2 of 8

3 adolescence, transition to and adulthood, middle age, and the older adult. Dementia, death, dying and the bereavement process discussed. For each time period, roles, occupations, challenges, and changes in physical, sensory and cognitive factors are studied. Students explore typical contexts for living, working, and leisure for the adolescent, adult and aging adult. Students gain further insight into each stage of development through projects including a personal interview and contextual visit, cinema, or book review. Each student prepares a paper on a topical issue of choice for one of the major time periods described. Each class is conducted with a review of relevant reading, student experiences and reflections, and relevance to occupational therapy practice. GMOT 6510/OTFY4510 Psychosocial Studies and Group Process I/Level I Fieldwork 4 This course is designed to explore occupation-based practice for persons requiring psychosocial rehabilitation across a variety of occupational therapy practice settings. Mental illness or dysfunction is associated with diminishment or loss of ability to perform valued occupations, fulfill valued sociocultural roles, and participate meaningfully in life contexts. Students develop theoretical knowledge and practical skills in approaches to client-centered practice that focus on the person from childhood through old age, his or her occupations, and access to participation in life contexts. Individual and group approaches to evaluation and intervention are included. Students exercise skills in observation, evaluation, intervention, and documentation of needs and services. They also develop their knowledge of mental health promotion and illness prevention for people with psychosocial dysfunction and for the well community. The development of clinical reasoning is fostered through a variety of academic and clinical experiences, including Level I fieldwork in a mental health setting. Identification of clients needs for living and working successfully in their local communities leads students to Investigate community resources that address those needs and may suggest new arenas and avenues of support for occupational therapy practice to address needs that remain unmet. GMOT 7110/OTFY4111 Clinical Integration Seminar I 1 Clinical Integration supports the concurrent fieldwork experience in psychosocial rehabilitation. The seminar employs the use of Problem Based Learning (PBL) to develop skills in problem identification, critical thinking and clinical reasoning using clinical experiences and case studies. The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework is used as a tool to assist students in assembling case information. Summer 16 credits GMOT 6420 OT Theory and Practice II 3 Continuation of the study of OT Theory and Practice I with further examination of the OT process and the theoretical models of OT. Discussion of the application of occupational therapy models over a spectrum of ages and disabilities. Students will analyze the current state of theoretical models and the need for further research. Laboratory activities will focus on occupational analysis and synthesis, activity skill building, homemaking and activities of daily living. GMOT 6524 Rehabilitation in OT I/Level I Fieldwork 4 This is the first of a two-part course designed to explore occupation-based practice for persons requiring physical rehabilitation. Emphasis is on the development of a clinical approach required for client-centered practice that encompasses the individual, their occupations, and the environment. Students will develop skills in observation, assessment, treatment and documentation to restore meaningful occupational functioning in clients with physical Page 3 of 8

4 dysfunction. Psychosocial aspects of illness and disability, their impact on role performance and quality of life will be addressed. Students will increase knowledge of health promotion and illness prevention for people with physical dysfunction and for the well community. Aspects of discharge planning and community resources will provide the opportunity to explore community re-entry needs. Opportunities for the development of clinical reasoning skills are provided in a variety of academic and clinical experiences. GMOT 7210 Ethical and Legal Issues in OT 2 The course is designed as an introduction to the ethical and legal issues facing occupational therapy practitioners today, as well as provides information that is generally applicable to any medical practitioner with exposure to supervisors, peers, patients and the public generally. Emphasis is placed on current legal and ethical theories prevalent and used for decision making in health care professions generally. Relevant statutory and ethical theories will be analyzed and used throughout the course. Students are required to actively participate in class discussions that are designed in case scenario format to enhance the understanding and application of the many varied legal and ethical theories used by health practitioners for appropriate guidance in decision making. 9 credits Page 4 of 8

5 Second Year Fall GMOT 7013 Fieldwork Level II, Phase I- 3 Months 3 credits This is the first of 3 Clinical Affiliations; the first 3 of 8-9 months of required Level II Fieldwork. The student participates in this full time, supervised clinical experience for 12 weeks. The student has the opportunity to apply theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the first year of academic instruction. Skills in evaluation, planning and carrying out occupational therapy treatment are developed and refined. This fieldwork experience fosters the application of theory to practice, clinical reasoning skills, and professional development. Students are assigned to a variety of settings where occupational therapy services are provided to clients across the lifespan who exhibit physical, psychosocial and/or developmental dysfunction. Clinical faculty provides direct supervision; the supervisor must be an occupational therapist with at least one year of experience, who meets state requirements for licensure to practice occupational therapy. The academic fieldwork coordinator and other faculty members are available for guidance and supervision as needed. Two fieldwork meetings are held during the course of the Level II experience for students; one meeting is open to clinical supervisors. Spring GMOT 6531 Rehabilitation in OT II 3 This is the second of a two-part course designed to explore occupational therapy and rehabilitation management of persons requiring physical rehabilitation. Emphasis is on the development of a clinical approach required for client-centered practice that encompasses the individual, their occupations, support systems and the environment. Students will develop skills in observation, assessment, treatment, and documentation needed to restore meaningful occupational functioning in clients with physical dysfunction. Treatment will be approached from an evidence-based practice perspective. Psychosocial aspects of illness and disability, their impact on role performance and quality of life will be addressed. Students will increase knowledge of health promotion and illness prevention for people with physical dysfunction and for the well community. Aspects of discharge planning and community resources will provide the opportunity to explore community re-entry needs. Lecture and lab opportunities for the development of clinical reasoning skills are provided using a variety of academic and clinical experiences. GMOT 6544 Pediatrics in OT/Level I Fieldwork 4 Introduction to occupational therapy practice in pediatrics including the knowledge base, assessment and intervention procedures utilized in practice with children and adolescents with physical, mental, emotional and adaptive disorders. GMOT 7220 Health Care Organizations 2 This course is designed to promote student understanding of the current health care environment, the organizational structure of various health care models and the financial aspects of health care systems, reimbursement, and the role of occupational therapists as service providers. Potential changes in the healthcare environment will be explored as well as the changing practice environments of occupational therapy. GMOT 7311 Research Practicum I 1 Students will engage in independent or collaborative research projects, collect and analyze data, and develop a research report. Page 5 of 8

6 GMOT 7303 Research Methods I 3 Research Methods I is the first of two courses designed to provide students with a working knowledge of the research process and the use of research evidence to support clinical practice (evidence-based practice). Topics introduced in Research Methods I will be explored in greater depth, including quantitative and qualitative approaches, literature searches, research designs and methodologies, the use of statistics in data analysis, and clinically appraised topics. Students will practice identifying, analyzing, and evaluating relevant research studies to appraise evidence for clinical practice decisions and to provide answers to focused clinical questions. GMOT 6232 Orthotics in OT 2 Experiential course in the design and construction of orthotics used for physical rehabilitation of the extremities and trunk. Intensive focus on the static and dynamic splinting of the hand and arm, using a variety of thermoplastic and other materials. 15 credits Summer GMOT 6222 Clinical Medicine in OT II 2 This is the second of a two-course sequence that explores alterations in body function and structure that can occur as a result of disease, illness, injury, psychological disorder, or influences of context. Impacts on occupational performance of the various conditions described in the lectures will be addressed. The language of medicine will be integrated into oral and written communication throughout the course GMOT 6432 OT Theory and Practice III 2 Continuation of OT Theory and Practice with emphasis on advanced and integrated concepts of provision of OT services. Emphasis is placed on professional occupational therapy roles within health care so to impact health care at both the individual client and organizational health systems level. Discussion, student presentations, and critical analysis of relevant literature. Laboratory activities in work related practice and activity analysis and synthesis. GMOT 6550 Geriatrics in OT 2 Occupational therapy needs of elders in community settings and long term care. The student will learn to assess, set goals, and design treatment programs based upon the functional status of the geriatric client. The concepts of change associated with aging in the areas of physiology, role management, disease entities, and maintenance of occupational performance will be explored. Long term care options will be explored, as well as performance skills and patterns necessary to achieve and maintain independence in a variety of assisted living settings. 6 credits Page 6 of 8

7 Third Year Fall GMOT 7230 Consultation, Community, and Alternative Models 2 This course addresses the practice of occupational therapy in nontraditional and communitybased settings. Emphasis is on alternative models of delivery, including consultation and monitoring. Skills and issues related to effective and ethical practice will be addressed. Incorporation of state scope of practice parameters in relation to new product development will be explored; liability and ethical mandates will be examined. Development of competence standards and quality assurance will be emphasized. GMOT 7320 Research Methods II 2 Research Methods II is the second of two courses designed to provide students with a working knowledge of the research process and the use of research evidence to support clinical practice (evidence-based practice). Topics introduced in Research Methods I will be explored in greater depth, including quantitative and qualitative approaches, literature searches, research designs and methodologies, the use of statistics in data analysis, and clinically appraised topics. Students will practice identifying, analyzing, and evaluating relevant research studies to develop client population profiles and to provide answers to focused clinical questions. GMOT 7512 Seminars in Advanced Theory and Practice in OT/Level I Fieldwork 2 Small group discussion on variable topics that explore the diverse dimensions of OT practice with laboratory and advanced clinical experiences. Level I Fieldwork provides students with advanced learning opportunities in a variety of clinical learning experiences. GMOT 7520 Activity Group Process 3 Advanced study of activity groups and group process, with an emphasis on community group development from inception to termination. Introduction to supervision skills. Builds on previous concepts and theories of group formation, development, structure, and leadership practice as they apply to children and adults across the lifespan and the function-dysfunction continuum. GMOT 7530 Advanced Concepts in Adapting Environments 3 This course concerns adaptation in the promotion of independence and accessibility across the lifespan. The Americans with Disabilities Act is reviewed and practical solutions to accessibility are discussed. The role of rehabilitation engineers, architects and other rehabilitation team members are explored in relation to the scope of occupational therapy practice. Technology, adaptive equipment, resources and new research will be explored. GMOT 7321 Research Practicum II 1 This course is taken concurrently with GMOT 7320 Research Methods II. Students receive supervision and advisement from the GMOT 7320 course faculty, and other faculty as appropriate, on the research projects they are conducting in the Research Methods II course. 13 credits Page 7 of 8

8 Spring GMOT 7023 Clinical Affiliation II - 3 months 3 Level II Fieldwork Phase II is the second of 3 Clinical Affiliations; the second 3 months of 8-9 months of required Level II Fieldwork. The student participates in this supervised clinical experience for 12 weeks. The student has the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills gained at the completion of all required coursework and Level II Fieldwork Phase I. Skills in evaluation, planning and implementation of occupational therapy are refined. This fieldwork experience continues to foster integration of theory and practice, clinical reasoning and professional development. Students are assigned to a variety of settings where occupational therapy services are provided to clients across the lifespan who exhibit physical, psychosocial and/or developmental dysfunction. Students are encouraged to communicate with peers and faculty through Blackboard Platform accessible through Seton Hall University. The Director of Clinical Education and students will post topics for discussion periodically. GMOT 7033 Clinical Affiliation III - 3 months 3 Specialty Concentration (Variable credit based upon clinical requirements, students interests and practice area chosen: e.g. brain injury, psychosocial settings, geriatric settings, hand therapy, administration, pediatrics; early intervention or school based, community organizations) OR GMOT 7032 Clinical Affiliation III 2 months 2 5 or 6 credits Total number of Credits MSOT 83 or 84 credits Page 8 of 8

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