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nätdejtare lever lyckligare längre tid Occupational therapy in Baltic States: Similarities and differences

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nätdejting höga krav odling Lolita Cibule1, Signe Tomsone2, Alma Cirtautas3, Sigitas Mingailas4, Karin Lilienberg5, Heili Piilberg6

nätdejting höga krav ordningsvakt 1) Latvian Association of OT, Latvia 2) Riga Stradins University, Latvia 3) Vilnius University, Lithuania 4) Lithuanian OT Association, Lithuania 5) Tallinn Health Care Collage, Estonia 6) Estonian OT Association, Estonia

dejtingsajter gratis för unga vuxna Introduction: Although in all three Baltic countries initial training for occupational therapists was done by specialists from Scandinavia, however each country has chosen different way for acquiring occupational therapy profession and for development of labour market.

nätdejting bilder app Aim: to describe the diversity of development of occupational therapy profession in Baltic countries.

dejtingsidor prova göteborg Methods: The data was collected in June, 2011 by 6 representatives of professional associations of occupational therapists from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The Summary of the Occupational Therapy Profession in Europe was used as reference tool.

dejtingsajter happy pancake Results and conclusions: In 2011 the number of practicing occupational therapists per 100.000 of population in Latvia is 4.8, in Lithuania – 3.1 and in Estonia is 2. The study results show more similarities than differences. The most often mentioned uniting factors for occupational therapy students and practitioners were philosophy of occupational therapy, conceptual practice models and recognized conceptual frameworks, for example ICF.

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