Dipl.-Päd. Mag. Erna Schönthaler Occupational Therapist Academic Staff email@example.com T: +43 1 606 68 77-4315 F: +43 1 606 68 77-4309 Room: D.1.31 Favoritenstraße 226 1100 WienLectures 2022/23Health Sciences> Principles of evidence-based practice ILV Occupational Therapy morePrinciples of evidence-based practice ILVLector: Valentin Ritschl, MSc MSc, Dipl.-Päd. Mag.a Erna Schönthaler1.5SWS2ECTSLecture contentsDefinition and steps of evidence-based practice Research in scientific databases and documentation of research processes Basic concepts of qualitative and quantitative research methods Research Ethics Level of evidence (EBP pyramid) Tools for the critical evaluation of studies Guidelines: Meaning, forms, search for guidelines Correct citation and creation of bibliographies Barriers to EBP in therapeutic practice and strategies for implementing EBP in practice Forms of documentation/publication of critical assessments (e.g. systematic review, CAT)Assessment methodsContinuous assessment Working out EBP in group workTeaching methodslecture, discussion, (group) exercises, presentationsLanguageGerman> Developing professional attitude – Understanding c… Occupational Therapy moreDeveloping professional attitude – Understanding change ILVLector: Mag.a Veronika Ertelt-Bach, MAS, Susanne Messner-Gujon, MSc, Petra Paukowitsch, BSc MA, Dipl.-Päd. Mag.a Erna Schönthaler, Petra Schwab, MSc, Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier2.5SWS3ECTSLecture contentslegal framework conditions relevant to the profession: Overview of patients' rights and measures to secure these rights; basic principles of the DSGV) Fundamentals of ethics and diversity Fundamentals of change management in relation to personal development Develop and formulate individual goals, design and reflect on own change processes (professional competence development), reference to own values, inner team, ZRM, SMART, GAS Introduction to networked (cross-module) portfolio work.Assessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsPortfolio, individual mentoring (competence development talks), lecture, group work, discussions, (peer) feedbackLanguageGerman> Assessment and evaluation methods ILV Occupational Therapy moreAssessment and evaluation methods ILVLector: Susanne Messner-Gujon, MSc, Petra Paukowitsch, BSc MA, Dipl.-Päd. Mag.a Erna Schönthaler, Irene Weisser1.5SWS2.5ECTSLecture contentsTypes of diagnostic procedures (findings, diagnostics, prognosis, evaluation), quality criteria, content and quality assurance differentiation (body function, activity, participation, environment), survey methods (interview, questionnaire, observe, measure) Selected assessments to collect data on body functions, activity, participation, environmental factorsAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsGroup work, discussion, lecture with activating methods, work assignments with feedback, peer feedback, work with core case studies, practical exercisesLanguageGerman> Fieldwork placement semester 2 PL Occupational Therapy moreFieldwork placement semester 2 PL0SWS6ECTSLecture contentsIntroduction to occupational therapy work under guidance and supervision with special emphasis on the following points: Work with clients: Planning, implementation and reflection of the occupational therapy process Work in intra- and interprofessional teams Work organisation Establishing professional relationships with clients and colleagues Documentation Applied evidence-based practice and professional reasoningAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsguided internshipLanguageGerman> Using occupational therapy theory in practice: Pre… Occupational Therapy moreUsing occupational therapy theory in practice: Preparation for fieldwork placement semester 2 ILVLector: Elisabeth Akerman, BSc, Mag.a Veronika Ertelt-Bach, MAS, Petra Paukowitsch, BSc MA, Dipl.-Päd. Mag.a Erna Schönthaler, Petra Schwab, MSc, Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier, Michaela Stoffer-Marx, PhD MSc LLM2SWS2ECTSLecture contentsGetting to know organizational and administrative processes, internship manuals (incl. task pool) Interdisciplinary tasks and exercises on e.g.: ET process documentation, dealing with serious fates (illness/death/death) Professional reasoning Basic knowledge of interprofessional cooperation (within the framework of moviemornings) Hygiene in the occupational therapy setting: Introduction to practical hygiene measures with special emphasis on nosocomial infections, hygiene guidelines and standards Department specific tasks and exercises (incl. specific patient rights) Use of Self, Therapeutic Modes Accompany free topics in the areas of communication and cooperation with clients* and team, including change processesAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture/presentation, practical exercises, portfolio, discussions, (peer)feedback, case discussions, group workLanguageGerman> Occupational therapy for children and adolescents … Occupational Therapy moreOccupational therapy for children and adolescents ILVLector: Mag. Phil. Ulrike Holy-Padevit, Daniela Schlager-Jaschky, MSc, Dipl.-Päd. Mag.a Erna Schönthaler, Hanna Zänger, BSc MSc3SWS3.5ECTSLecture contentsDiversity of life situations and realities of children and young people Reflection of own experiences and attitudes towards childhood and adolescence Development models, developmental pathways of childhood skills and everyday skills Humanistic and constructivist conception of man Fields of work, settings, objectives and role of occupational therapy with children and young people Effects of selected disease and disorder patterns on activity and participation. the occupational therapy process within the framework of health promotion, prevention, therapy and rehabilitation with children and adolescents in standard situations ascertain the concerns of children and young people, parents and other relevant persons Basics of diagnostic findings and therapeutic measures for selected developmental disorders and clinical pictures of childhood and adolescence (e.g. attention deficit and hyperactivity syndrome, circumscribed developmental disorder of motor functions, autism spectrum disorder, infantile cerebral palsy, cognitive impairment) Guidelines and evidence relevant to occupational therapy Practical practice of selected parts of the occupational therapy process The importance of play in the development of the child and in occupational therapy Basics of parental work and counselling (reflection on different family systems, parenting styles, ...)Assessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture, discussion, group work, work assignments, case studies, practical exercisesLanguageGerman> Literature review SE Occupational Therapy moreLiterature review SELector: Vera Hartmann, BSc BA MA, Mag.a Andrea Kerschbaumer, BSc MSc, Katrin Kugler, MSc., Theresa Maria Lüftenegger, BSc BSc MSc, Susanne Messner-Gujon, MSc, Petra Paukowitsch, BSc MA, Lena Rettinger, MSc, Dipl.-Päd. Mag.a Erna Schönthaler, Petra Schwab, MSc, Carmen Spielbichler, MSc, Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier, Michaela Stoffer-Marx, PhD MSc LLM1SWS3ECTSLecture contentsDevelopment of a research question, documentation of the own research Writing a concept Presentation and critical reflection of your own work steps in a small group give feedback to fellow students on their work process Writing a literature review Presentation of the literature reviewAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsPresentation of the work steps in small groups, feedback, peer feedback, text feedbackLanguageGerman> Literature review: Introduction ILV Occupational Therapy moreLiterature review: Introduction ILVLector: Dipl.-Päd. Mag.a Erna Schönthaler1SWS1ECTSLecture contentsWork steps of a literature review Structure of a review Read, present and discuss published reviews Documentation of a systematic search in databases Citation and preparation of a bibliography Criteria for scientific writingAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodslecture, group work, discussion, lecture with activating methods, practical exercisesLanguageGerman> Using occupational therapy theory in practice: Sel… Occupational Therapy moreUsing occupational therapy theory in practice: Self-confrontation and self-care strategies VOLector: Mag.a Bettina Bachschwöll, Mag.a Veronika Ertelt-Bach, MAS, Stella Hiesmayr, MSc., Mag. Viktoria Lanthier, Petra Paukowitsch, BSc MA, Petra Schwab, MSc, Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier1SWS1ECTSLecture contentsPLP 2 - Reflection and feedback on internship documentation Self-confrontation based on the practical experience in the context of self-awareness, Sekoan, resilience growth mind setAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture/presentation, self-awareness, group discussions, (peer)feedback, group work, portfolioLanguageGermanPublications The publications of Erna Schönthaler written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.