This section of the website contains a reprint of the original book cover, the Table of Contents, and all the chapters originally published in Part 2 of the Monograph. These chapters are illustrations of how the OPM(A) was used in research, education, practice and administration. Chapters in Part 1 appear as reprints in other parts of this site (Origin, Structure, Definitions, OPM(A) Reasoning Guide).
Reference each chapter as a section in an edited book. Use the following example for the first chapter as a guide.
Ranka, J., (1997). Occupational performance: A guide for upper limb orthotic prescription in spinal cord injury. In C. Chapparo and J. Ranka (Eds.) Occupational Performance Model (Australia): Monograph 1 (pp. 66-82). Occupational Performance Network: Sydney retrieved (insert retrieval date) from www.occupationalperformance.com/opm-book
- Publication details & Table of Contents
- A guide for upper limb orthotic prescription in spinal cord injury
- Effect of wrist immobilisation on upper limb occupational performance of elderly males
- Wrist casting to improve control of the wrist and hand during the performance of occupational tasks
- The Occupational Performance Model (Australia): Application to group intervention for children with hand writing problems
- Occupational performance and sensory integration therapy: preliminary findings of a rating scale
- The immediate effects of three occupational therapy interventions on specific play behaviours of three children with developmental disability
- Using The Occupational Performance Model in practice: Developing intervention aims for a child with acute burns, and her mother.
- Social experiences of children with fragile X syndrome: An occupational performance perspective.
- An investigation of occupational role performance in men over sixty years of age following a stroke
- Time: Management of distortions of the perception of time in clients after traumatic brain impairment
- Improving performance of occupational tasks and routines in clients with extreme agitation after traumatic brain impairment
- The Perceive, Recall, Plan, Perform (PRPP) System of task analysis
- Using the Occupational Performance model to unite occupational therapy services in a rehabilitation setting
- Using the Occupational Performance Model (Australia) to structure process and outcome measures for occupational therapists working with children
- Occupational Performance in productivity and prevention
- Developing a ‘Postmodern’ occupational therapy curriculum model using the structure and operations of Occupational Performance.
- Occupational Performance: Curriculum theorising in occupational therapy