Professional Communications for the Health Professionals prepares students to produce verbal and written communications appropriate to practice environments and community. Emphasis is placed on communicating in a manner that is sensitive to age, gender, culture and/or socioeconomic status. The course further expands on the importance of communicating to the client and public the value of occupation in the achievement of health that was introduced in Principles of Occupational Therapy. Documentation skills in OTA200 and OTA210 are introduced in are further developed, incorporating commonly accepted medical terminology and occupational therapy language.
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