Description

This practical resource provides an overview of models and theories relevant to rehabilitation. It identifies the use of models in practice to facilitate interdisciplinary teamwork and to enable a client-centered approach. This book also employs case studies and questions for practice to aid in applying the theory to clinical practice.

Key Features

  • The newly revised WHO International Classification of Function serves as a framework for the book.
  • Provides an overview of models and theories of rehabilitation.
  • Includes case studies and questions for practice included.
  • Aimed at the wide range of allied health disciplines that aid individuals in their progress towards rehabilitation.
  • Provides criteria that can be used to assess the usefulness of various models for rehabilitation.
  • Explains terminology and differences between professions.
  • Promotes interdisciplinary cooperation.
  • Identifies areas for future research.

Table of Contents

Contributors

Foreword

Introduction


Section 1 – Rehabilitation and the ICF

1. Rehabilitation at Macro and Micro Level

2. The International Classification of Function and Health


Section 2 – Models and Theories

3. Models – Terminology and Usefulness


Section 3 – Models in Practice

4. The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance

5. The Illness Constellation Model

6. From PLISSIT to ExPLISSIT

7. Health Promotion Models

8. The Kawa (River) Model: Client-Centred Rehabilitation in Cultural Context

9. The Way Forward


Index

Details

No. of pages:
208
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2006
Published:
Imprint:
Churchill Livingstone
eBook ISBN:
9780702036736
Print ISBN:
9780443100246

About the editor

Sally Davis

Affiliations and Expertise

Programme Leader, Rehabilitation, School of Health and Social Care, Oxford Brooked University, Oxford, UK