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Tag: evidence-based practice
In a previous post, I discussed the importance emerging adults place on social participation and how social participation helps with the formation of identity. Social participation is the primary reason that emerging adults use social media; so, one could argue that social media use could also be important for identity development! Social media and phone
Adolph Meyer wrote that leisure is “[one of] the big four – work and play and rest and sleep, which our organism must be able to balance even under difficulty”.1 And, recent research suggests that leisure may be an important part of identity formation – since leisure allows exploration of who one wants to be
Physical activity helps with time use and can make students more efficient with their time – while helping with their long term health!
Sleep is important for academic success! Check out this blog that looks at sleep and university students and provides both assessment and intervention ideas for occupational therapists working with students.
This blog discusses habits, routines, and rituals and makes the case for OTs working with post-secondary students to address habits as they relate to health, well-being, and student success.
Students and social participation When asked, students say that socialization on campus is their #1 concern. While this is not necessarily what you would expect, it has been found that students who have difficulty with social participation in university are more likely to be lonely, depressed, and anxious.1 And, if they are lonely and depressed,
Clients with pulmonary conditions present occupational therapists with unique challenges. Learn some of the evidence that can help guide intervention in acute care.
This post highlights considerations for OT practice with patients who have a cardiac history or symptoms of cardiac distress.
Another post in my series for OTs working in acute care… Cheat sheet for OTs: Monitoring medical status There are many tools available to an OT who works in a medical setting. These tools can help make clinical decisions about intervention. Here are the most accessible ones… HEART RATE How fast is the heart beating?