Principles for the management of an occupational therapy department in the public sector. Principles to set up and management of a private practice. Management of support staff in occupational therapy. Marketing strategies in occupational therapy. Professional ethics, values and accountability. Code of ethics for occupational therapists
ANP 210, RPD 380, SEP110/ZUL110, AKU 303, AKU 381, AKU 382, ART 381, ART 382,
ELH 121, ELH 122, AIM 101
2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Period of presentation
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