|10258041||Faculty of Health Sciences|
|Duration of study: 2 years|
(i) Subject to the stipulations of the General Regulations, the Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy or an equivalent qualification is required for admission as well as registration as occupational therapist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
(ii) A student must have at least one year clinical experience in the proposed field of study (Community service year excluded).
Also consult the General Regulations.
Students must register for, and attend (TNM 800) Applied research methodology 800 satisfactorily. (Exemption will be granted if the module, BSN 701 Biostatistics and research methodology has been passed for the BOccTherHons degree.)
Minimum credits: 140
Applied clinical anatomy of structures and systems as set out in the study guide for postgraduate anatomy courses.
(i) Perspectives on activity participation and the study of man as multi-level
(ii) Models for activity choices.
(iii) Activity evaluation.
An indepth knowledge of applicable physiological aspects.
Module content:An indepth study of the psychopathology diseases applicable to psychiatry.
*Attendance module only
Minimum credits: 138
An in-depth study of occupational therapy as applicable to psychiatric disturbances in adults and/or children.
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