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Transcript of CAOT Presentation
Practice TOOLS Transformational Learning Brain
injury Persistent Pain short program duration old & outdated font wording content handouts/education client team environment Client Population http://www.britishpainsociety.org/book_pmp_main.pdf http://www.lifeisnow.ca -32 Aboriginal participants -chronic low back pain.
-Previously identified as being protected against the disabling effects of low back pain due to cultural beliefs.
-Open-ended interviews to explore underlying beliefs about their pain.
---- healthcare practitioners have a powerful influence on client’s beliefs and future perceptions of pain.
----biomedical approach (structure/anatomy education) which is used by many practitioners in the Western society, leads to negative beliefs. What? Process by which leads the
learner to re-evaluate
(Taylor, 2007) Why? -Evidenced-based that it is a catalyst for change
-It's about changing belief...."transformational learning
is a catalyst for change in order to form
a new habit"(Merizow, 2000).
= achieving our client rehab goals :) How? WHY?
When foresting TL,
is in itself not adequate.
(specific steps, direction) is
needed as well to ensure
that students have the
necessary skills to act on
their new understanding
(Taylor, 2007). Timely & proactive ways to maintain and improve occupational engagement, health and wellness review course material intervention planning review resources Donald Schon- 1980's 4 Different Types:
IN-action/ ON-action/ Anticipatory/ Critical Self-Reflection WHY? WHAT
-CRITICAL SELF-REFLECTION: examine assumptions, including beliefs, values, social, and systemic structures
-Reflect: 'a ha’ moment to enable formation of new habits. When reflect brain gives off alpha wave which has been found to be correlated with serotonin (nt) release which is a chemical messenger that increases relaxation and eases pain (Rock, 2006).
-Journaling (Cranton, 2002, King 2004, Cohen, 2004)/ questions (content, process, premise)/ experience Reflective Practice
in Adult Education & Health
(2012) Self-Management Programs- effective -Evidence that the most powerful tool for fostering transformative learning is providing students with learning experiences that are direct, personally engaging and stimulate reflection upon experience (Pohland and Bova 2000, MacLeod et al. 2003, Mallory 2003, Feinstein 2004, King 2004).
-Andragogy Model- first assumption of learning- LEARNERS NEED TO KNOW (WHAT, WHY, HOW)
-From Braintree: “Apply what is learned in everyday life; benefits of activities must be functional. Always link process training and strategy training back to the person’s real life” 1. 2. 3. $97 licensing agreement Education Goal Setting Journaling Activity Schedule Outcome Measure Workshop Exercise GROUP EXERCISE
Step 1: Read highlight (section 5)
Step 2: read comments of homework
questions & answers
(most recent grad)
Step 3: read comments of Tool #3
(most # of yrs of clinical experience)
Step 4: Presentation Summary Photovoice- Tricia Morrison- picture is worth a thousand words Pain ratings assessment only LNatX2013@gmail.com prezi.com/user/CAOT2013