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Les jeunes diplômés en ergothérapie sont-ils suffisamment préparés dans leur formation initiale pour exercer en libéral ?

Abstract : Introduction : Practicing occupational therapy in private practice seems to be complex. However, many young graduates settle into this field after their three years of study. The aim of this research was to better identify the skills required in private practice, in order to know if the initial training is sufficient to practice in good conditions. Methods : A qualitative method was used. Eleven occupational therapists, who graduated between 1998 and 2019, were interviewed about the required skills in their work. All of them practiced as an independent. Results : The interviews allowed to identify the main knowledge, know-how and attitudesrequired to work in private practice. They also highlighted the difficulties occupational therapists may encounter, as well as the resources available to them. Conclusion: Most of the skills required in private practice are present in the competency framework. Nevertheless, occupational therapists pointed out some lacks in the initial training,particularly regarding the skills specific to self-employment. Besides those skills,set up conditions and professional position seem to play an important role.
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Elisa Bonneton. Les jeunes diplômés en ergothérapie sont-ils suffisamment préparés dans leur formation initiale pour exercer en libéral ?. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03044099⟩

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