Professional Issues in Therapeutic Recreation, 3rd Ed. [ebook]
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The profession of therapeutic recreation has faced many challenges in recent years.
Professional Issues in Therapeutic Recreation: On Competence and Outcomes, 3rd ed., brings together an incredibly diverse and knowledgeable range of authors to intelligently and articulately present these issues.
This new edition draws upon the insight and knowledge of those now leading the TR profession in seeking to better place the profession as a valuable health and human service offering and as a much desired career choice.
Thirty chapters represent the prime issues and challenges currently facing the field.
Like the first two editions, this effort has four major sections: Introduction, Education, Practice, and Research.
Each section begins with a Keynote chapter aimed at setting the stage for that particular section.
Each section also ends with a Perspective chapter, largely an opinion or viewpoint piece to encourage readers to continue discussion on related issues.
Exciting elements of this third edition include the following:
• Updated to address new, contemporary issues and challenges
• 30 chapters, with over 80 authors, many new authors and long-time content experts in the field
• 12 brand new chapters, addressing the latest issues and future directions of the field
• Chapters are independent, yet interrelated as are the issues
• Complete yet concise descriptions of issues, not answering, but posing questions for discovery and reflection
• Discussion questions at end of each chapter
The new edition acknowledges the increasingly cross-disciplinary nature of modern-day health services and identifies how TR professionals can better position themselves personally and professionally to become critical players.
About the Authors xv
Section I: Introduction
1 Keynote: Ensuring Our Worth, Proving Our Value
Norma J. Stumbo, Shane Pegg
2 Revisiting a Historical Analysis of Issues in Therapeutic Recreation and Recreational Therapy
3 The Intersection of Gender, Disability, and Power
Kenneth E. Mobily
4 Therapeutic Recreation or Recreational Therapy?: A Definition for the Profession
Teresa M. Beck
5 World Demographics and Their Implications for Therapeutic Recreation
M. Rebecca Genoe, Tristan D. Hopper, Jerome F. Singleton
6 The Role of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) in Recreational Therapy Practice, Research, and Education
Heather R. Porter, Marieke Van Puymbroeck, Bryan McCormick
7 International Perspectives on Therapeutic Recreation
Heewon Yang, Jun Kim
8 Perspective: Why Every Corporation Should Hire a TRS
Mark A. Widmer, Mat Duerden
SECTION II: EDUCATION
9 Keynote: The Python and the Alligator: Recreational Therapy and the Perennial Quest to Thrive in Constantly Changing Environments
Alexis McKenney, Marieke Van Puymbroeck
10 Profile of Therapeutic Recreation Curricula
Allison Wilder, Marcia Jean Carter, Melissa L. Zahl, Janell Greenwood, Norma J. Stumbo
Sydney L. Sklar, Cari E. Autry
12 Online Learning and Teaching in Therapeutic Recreation
Lynn S. Anderson, Linda A. Heyne, Patricia K. Thomas
13 Move to Master’s Degree for Entry-Level Practice?
Marcia Jean Carter, Candace Ashton, Deborah Hutchins, Brent D. Wolfe
14 Perspective: Curricular Standardization in Therapeutic Recreation: Professional and University Implications
Judy S. Kinney, W. B. (Terry) Kinney, Jeffrey P. Witman, Brian K. Malcarne
Section III: PRACTICE
15 Keynote: Therapeutic Recreation Is a Process, Not a Place
Brent D. Wolfe
16 Service Trends in Therapeutic Recreation
Jo-Ellen Ross, Gretchen Snethen
17 Therapeutic Recreation Practice Models
Jo-Ellen Ross, Candace Ashton
18 Evidence-Based Practices
Shane Pegg, Norma J. Stumbo, Jamie Bennett
19 Clinical Practice Guidelines: A Decision-Making Tool for Best Practice?
Nancy E. Richeson, Suzanne Fitzsimmons, Angie Sardina
20 Revisited: Issues and Concerns in Therapeutic Recreation Assessment
Norma J. Stumbo, Betsy Kemeny
21 Professional Advocacy Through Public Policy
John W. Shank, John N. McGovern, Sharon Nichols
22 Ensuring Initial and Continuing Competence: Certification and Licensure in Therapeutic Recreation
Jennifer L. Hinton, Peg Connolly
23 Higher Education and Health Care: Parallel Issues of Quality, Cost, and Access
Melissa L. Zahl, Janell Greenwood, Mary Ann Keogh Hoss, Allison Wilder, Marcia Jean Carter
24 Perspective: Innovation in Fieldwork Education: Toward a Theoretical Framework of Fieldwork Pedagogy
SECTION IV: RESEARCH
25 Keynote: Status of Therapeutic Recreation Research
Leandra A. Bedini
26 The Role of Theory in Therapeutic Recreation: A Practical Approach
Linda L. Caldwell, Elizabeth H. Weybright
27 Issues and Adventures in Evaluation and Outcome Research
Mark A. Widmer, Neil R. Lundberg
28 Participatory Approaches to Research With Marginalized Individuals and Groups: Ensuring Relevancy
Sherry L. Dupuis, Colleen Whyte
29 Ethical Considerations for Therapeutic Recreation Research: A Call for Guidelines
Norma J. Stumbo, Melissa L. Zahl
30 Perspective: Cross Collaboration in Therapeutic Recreation: Future Implications
Frederick P. Green, Tristan D. Hopper, Jerome F. Singleton