Chi-Kwan Shea

Chi-Kwan Shea
Samuel Merritt University · Doctoral Program in Occupational Therapy

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The integrative seminar is an evidence-based teaching-learning approach that has recently been used to help prepare occupational therapy students for Level II fieldwork. Integrative seminars provide a dedicated context for students to synthesize their learning across various subjects in a professional curriculum. The seminars also focus on practica...
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The Justice-Based Occupational Therapy network has solicited and compiled suggestions, resources, and examples of how we might work to facilitate this discourse [systemic racism and occupational injustices] and take action. We offer a compilation of actions that can be taken at various levels within our [OT] profession, including in our national as...
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Background: High-risk youth are often defined in occupational therapy terminology as adolescents and young adults who experience personal, contextual, or environmental barriers to effective participation in healthy, age-appropriate occupations. Without assistance for participation, these youth may acquiesce to daily routines of unhealthy risk-takin...
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Background: Young people recovering from drug addiction often face challenges in returning to the job market and in maintaining their jobs. Many of them feel they have no choice but to do entry-level work, and they are often unsure about their work ability and vocational choice. Objective: In collaboration with a youth outreach service, this stu...
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This study describes how occupational therapists in a community-based programme, Occupational Therapy Training Program (OTTP), use play activities to facilitate the acquisition of life skills by youth in detention. This pilot study explored the extent of engagement of male and female inmates aged 14 to 18 years old in structured play activities on...
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High-fidelity simulation (HFS) is an educational tool commonly used by professional education programs of medicine and nursing for student training and assessment. Although its use in occupational therapy (OT) education is emerging, implementation of simulation in OT education varies broadly across programs, and, in general, the tool remains underu...
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Background: A community-based occupational therapy program aims to provide client-centered and occupation-based interventions to at-risk youth. Objective: This pilot study explores how at-risk youth experiencing psychosocial and environmental barriers to occupation respond to client-centered and occupation-based occupational therapy in the commu...
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The purpose of this study is to use Dunn’s model of sensory processing to investigate the sensory profiles of youth participating in a community-based occupational therapy pre-employment program. The youth participants had been involved in the juvenile justice system and were placed on probation. The study analyzed data from the Adolescent/Adult Se...
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In this study the authors highlight the conceived roles of occupational therapists by contrasting them with the conceived roles of teachers in assisting students at risk of academic failure in a continuation high school transition to postsecondary education. From analyzing transcripts of one-on-one semi-structured interviews with five teachers of a...
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Thesis (Ph. D. in Special Education)--University of California, Berkeley, with San Francisoco State University, Fall 2005. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 268-279).

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