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Mag. Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier

Occupational Therapist
Academic Staff


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1100 Wien


Lectures 2021/22

Health Sciences

> Enabling daily occupations in different stages of …
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Enabling daily occupations in different stages of life UE

Lector: Mag.a Bettina Bachschwöll, Mag.rer.nat. Claudia Benedikt, Mag. Phil. Ulrike Holy-Padevit, Petra Paukowitsch, BSc MA, Daniela Schlager-Jaschky, Mag. Clemens Schmoll, Bakk., Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier

3SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Knowledge of the phases of life (developmental psychology) and age-typical activities
Game: Basics, phases
Lifestyles/styles and routines with a view to variants of performance
Interdisciplinary view on critical life events and transitions
Activity profiles in different phases and situations of life with reference to social determinants (e.g. child poverty, single parents, minimum pensioners, )
"Learning from experts": contact with affected people (with disabilities, caring relatives, ...)
- Problem solving, resistance, self-regulation, decision
- Coping with everyday challenges in different countries areas of life
- Models of Change
- Identity and activity
Concepts of Occupational Science (Balance, Equity, Transitions) in connection with health, quality of life and Life Balance
Macro, meso and micro levels
Social determinants of health, social capital and social support
Get to know and practice COPM

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
elaborations, reflections

Teaching methods

Discussion, feedback, lecture with activating methods, group exercises, peer feedback, practical case studies, interviews, observations

Language

German

> Elements of occupational performance: person, occu…
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Elements of occupational performance: person, occupation, environment ILV

Lector: Mag.a Bettina Bachschwöll, Mag.rer.nat. Claudia Benedikt, Birgit Elsayed-Glaser, Theresa Maria Lüftenegger, BSc BSc MSc, Susanne Mulzheim, MSc, Mag. Clemens Schmoll, Bakk., Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier, Mag.a Anita Zieher

4SWS
4.5ECTS

Lecture contents

Ergotherapy-relevant content from (positive) psychology with regard to psychosocial and personality factors and the understanding of mental well-being and quality of life.
Occupational therapy relevant content from sociology with regard to social groups, society and culture as well as social action and theories of action.
Person: cognitive, physical and affective performance components with emphasis on psychosocial and personality factors: communication, cooperation, emotion, affects, frustration tolerance, critical faculties, motivation, volition, values, self-efficacy, self-confidence, spirituality, identity, commitment
Environmental factors: life situations, social role and social position, social group, social norms and deviations, gender status, power and authority, values and culture at the level of the individual, family, community and geographical region and their influence on action, diversity, physical, natural and technological environment (e.g. housing adaptation, person-environment-fit)
Action: taxonomies and different complex actions/activities/activities; routines, (in different cultures), theories of action, behaviour - action - social action, types of action; autonomy and self-reliance
Dimensions of doing: doing, being, becoming, belonging (Wilcock)
the contribution of physical activity to health and well-being:
- Bio-psycho-social concept of health
- Health models
- Positive Psychology, Flow, Resilience, Wellbeing
- Activity patterns: engagement, meaning, balance, control/choice, routine
- Individual significance in all areas of life including family and sexuality
- ICF
Knowledge about the connection between climate change and health aspects
Importance of the areas of life for the individual; discussion of the categorisation of the areas of life
Immersion in a selected occupational therapy model of activity
Dealing with creative media
Dynamic system theories

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Portfolio work, elaborations, presentations

Teaching methods

Group work, discussion, lecture with activating methods, case solutions, self-awareness with creative media

Language

German

> Developing professional attitude – Understanding c…
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Developing professional attitude – Understanding change ILV

Lector: Petra Paukowitsch, BSc MA, Petra Schwab, MSc

2.5SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

legal 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 methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

Portfolio, individual mentoring (competence development talks), lecture, group work, discussions, (peer) feedback

Language

German

> Applied professional reasoning: Intervention SE
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Applied professional reasoning: Intervention SE

Lector: Belinda Geier, BEd, BSc, Stefan Grundtner, MSc, Mag. Phil. Ulrike Holy-Padevit, Tanja Rothschedl, MSc, PhD MSc LLm Michaela Stoffer-Marx, Hanna Zänger, BSc MSc

0.5SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Processing of selected case studies on the basis of existing findings and operation concerns.
Application of the measures, methods and means learned in the other LVs of the module.
Application of the different forms of professional reasoning.

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

Case work

Language

German

> Identifying occupation-based needs ILV
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Identifying occupation-based needs ILV

Lector: Mag. Phil. Ulrike Holy-Padevit, Petra Schwab, MSc, Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier

1.5SWS
2.5ECTS

Lecture contents

Overview of the ET process, using a process model, e.g. CPPF, OTIPM
different tools for the collection of actuation concerns or participation e.g. Activity Card Sort, COSA/OSA, OPHI - II, BIDOC, PEAP,IPA, PEM-CY
Practice a COPM
Goal setting and goal formulation
SMART - Criteria
Criteria of good documentation
Evaluation
Basic knowledge for quality assurance
Basic forms of professional reasoning

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

Group work, discussion, lecture with activating methods, work assignments with feedback, peer feedback, work with core case studies, practical exercises

Language

German

> Supervision: Fieldwork placement semester 2 SE
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Supervision: Fieldwork placement semester 2 SE

Lector: Mag.a Veronika Ertelt-Bach, MAS, Stella Hiesmayr, MSc., Mag. Viktoria Lanthier, Susanne Messner-Gujon, MSc, Petra Schwab, MSc, Mag.a Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier

0.5SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Reflection of individual practical experiences with special consideration of the theory-practice transfer
Presentation of occupational therapy processes from the internship
Free topics from the areas: professional relationship building, therapeutic attitude, self-care

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

(Peer)feedback, portfolio, discussion, (case) presentations, peer group

Language

German

> Using occupational therapy theory in practice: Pre…
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Using occupational therapy theory in practice: Preparation for fieldwork placement semester 2 ILV

Lector: 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, PhD MSc LLm Michaela Stoffer-Marx

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Getting 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 processes

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

Lecture/presentation, practical exercises, portfolio, discussions, (peer)feedback, case discussions, group work

Language

German

Publications

The publications of Johanna Stadler-Grillmaier written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.