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  1. Fieldwork 1May 3 – June 11, 2010 Pre-Placement Preceptor Information

  2. University Fieldwork Contacts • Iris Greenspoon • Fieldwork Coordinator (Intro, and FW1) • iris.greenspoon@utoronto.ca 416-978-2679 • Donna Barker • Fieldwork Coordinator (FW2) • donna.barker@utoronto.ca 416-946-8782 • Rachel Stack • Fieldwork Coordinator (FW3 and FW4) • rachel.stack@utoronto.ca 416 978-2679 • Nella Rupp • Administrative Assistant • ot.clined@utoronto.ca 416-978-8234

  3. Agenda Fieldwork 1 - Learning Objectives IPE Opportunities Evaluations New WSIB Process Returning Forms Important Dates

  4. Fieldwork 1 Objectives • Students will focus on: • refining generic assessment skills, • developing documentation skills, and • beginning to apply theoretical knowledge to the clinical setting. • Specific objectives are provided on the course outline • See:www.ot.utoronto.ca/community/fieldwork_supervision/documents/FWICourseOutline.pdf

  5. Stages of Competency Development Source: Competency Based Fieldwork Evaluation for Occupational Therapists Bossers, Miller, Polatajko, Hartley, 2002

  6. Student Learning Objectives • Negotiated between student and supervising OT • Recommended that learning objectives developed after first week of placement • There should not be a learning objective for each competency. 3-4 objectives overall is adequate • There cannot be more than one objective for each competency • Objectives can be completed on CBFE-OT or on a separate sheet however must be included with evaluation when returned to U of T • SMART objectives

  7. Interprofessional Education Opportunities • FW 1 Structured IPE placements: • Providence Healthcare Centre • Toronto Rehabilitation Institute • Flexible IPE Activities • Small group discussions • Interviewing and shadowing two members • Participation in team meetings • Interviewing a patient/client

  8. FW 1 Presentations/Projects • The completion of at least 2 of the 4 Flexible IPE Activities replaces the previous requirement of the student presentation. • The student reflection paper is to be reviewed by preceptors and discussed with the student • The student will submit the reflection paper to the university • On Fieldwork 1, students are to complete a maximum of three flexible activities

  9. CBFE-OT Evaluation and ‘Student Report on Fieldwork Placement’ Form • Both forms must be completed at both midterm and final • Preceptor completes the CBFE-OT • Student completes the ‘Student Report on Fieldwork Placement’ form to give formal feedback to the preceptor and site • New electronic documents: • CBFE – OT available through your student • Student Report on Fieldwork Placement • Hard copies need to be signed and sent to the university

  10. Student Performance Issues • Consult the Fieldwork Coordinator at your site • Consult the University Fieldwork Coordinator if problems noted at mid-term or earlier

  11. Returning Forms • Please sign and date all designated areas on both the CBFE – OT and Student Report on Fieldwork Placement • Please send to: • Nella Rupp, Administrative Assistant Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy 160 - 500 University Avenue 9th floor Toronto, Ontario M5G 1V7 *If the student returns the evaluations, they must be in a sealed envelop with your signature across the seal

  12. New WSIB Process • Facilities/employers have signed a declaration letter for Workplace Safety and Insurance Board coverage or Private Insurance coverage • Students have signed a “Student Declaration of Understanding Workplace Safety and Insurance Board or Private Insurance Coverage” form

  13. Important dates • Placement dates: May 3 –June 11, 2010 • Mid-term: May 21, 2010 • Forms due back at U of T: June 25, 2010

  14. Thank You