Professional Issues in Therapeutic Recreation, 3rd ed. - eText
On Competencies and Outcomes
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Professional Issues in Therapeutic Recreation: On Competencies and Outcomes (3rd ed.) explores some of the issues related to professional competence and quality service delivery. This book offers an introduction, including on competencies and outcoming and on the World Health Organization’s International Classification system. It also examines education issues, such as online learning and teaching. Practice issues, such as evidence-based practice, are also discussed. It also offers research issues, such as research as a participatory process.
This 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.
The editors and authors have taught at the higher education level. They also have served as recreation therapists; editors for therapeutic recreation journals; and directors of recreational therapy, among other professional experiences.
Section I: Introduction
Chapter 1: Keynote: Ensuring Our Worth, Proving Our Value
Chapter 2: Revisiting a Historical Analysis of Issues in Therapeutic Recreation and Recreational Therapy
Chapter 3: The Intersection of Gender, Disability, and Power
Chapter 4: Therapeutic Recreation or Recreational Therapy? A Definition for the Profession
Chapter 5: World Demographics and Their Implications for Therapeutic Recreation
Chapter 6: The Role of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) in Recreational Therapy Practice, Research, and Education
Chapter 7: International Perspectives on Therapeutic Recreation
Chapter 8: Perspective: Why Every Corporation Should Hire a TRS
Section II: Education
Chapter 9: Keynote: The Python and the Alligator: Recreational Therapy and the Perennial Quest to Thrive in Constantly Changing Environments
Chapter 10: Profile of Therapeutic Recreation Curricula
Chapter 11: Accreditation
Chapter 12: Online Learning and Teaching in Therapeutic Recreation
Chapter 13: Move to Master’s Degree for Entry-Level Practice?
Chapter 14: Perspective: Curricular Standardization in Therapeutic Recreation: Professional and University Implications
Section III: Practice
Chapter 15: Keynote: Therapeutic Recreation Is a Process, Not a Place
Chapter 16: Service Trends in Therapeutic Recreation
Chapter 17: Therapeutic Recreation Practice Models
Chapter 18: Evidence-Based Practices
Chapter 19: Clinical Practice Guidelines: A Decision-Making Tool for Best Practice?
Chapter 20: Revisited: Issues and Concerns in Therapeutic Recreation Assessment
Chapter 21: Professional Advocacy Through Public Policy
Chapter 22: Ensuring Initial and Continuing Competence: Certification and Licensure in Therapeutic Recreation
Chapter 23: Higher Education and Health Care: Parallel Issues of Quality, Cost, and Access
Chapter 24: Perspective: Innovation in Fieldwork Education: Toward a Theoretical Framework of Fieldwork Pedagogy
Section IV: Research
Chapter 25: Keynote: Status of Therapeutic Recreation Research
Chapter 26: The Role of Theory in Therapeutic Recreation: A Practical Approach
Chapter 27: Issues and Adventures in Evaluation and Outcome Research
Chapter 28: Participatory Approaches to Research With Marginalized Individuals and Groups: Ensuring Relevancy
Chapter 29: Ethical Considerations for Therapeutic Recreation Research: A Call for Guidelines
Chapter 30: Perspective: Cross Collaboration in Therapeutic Recreation: Future Implications