This article shows how the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E) and the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (CMOP) have led us to think of Occupational Therapy as a discipline of individual functioning in occupations.
The intent is to show how, from this model, we have been able to initiate a concrete and practical approach, within our rehabilitation department, taking into account occupational therapy concepts and the political context of health. This paper tries to answer this question: What is the impact of the CMOP-E and the COPM in occupational therapy practice?
Article rédigé par :
Cadre de santé en ergothérapie
Master 2 Ingénierie de la formation
DU d’éducation thérapeutique et de neuro-psychologie
IMPR du Bois de Lébisey
14200 Hérouville Saint-Clair