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Fostering creativity in rehabilitation

Author: Matthew J Taylor
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2015] ©2015
Series: Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The rehabilitation professions are under pressure to innovate in order to deliver services to a growing market of increasingly savvy consumers. These consumers are no longer limited to their conventional care choices and have access to quality online resources for many of their needs. Rehabilitation professionals' pressures are compounded by increased productivity demands, technical information overload, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Fostering creativity in rehabilitation.
New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2015]
(OCoLC)891618159
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew J Taylor
ISBN: 9781634632799 1634632796
OCLC Number: 898475366
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: FOSTERING CREATIVITY IN REHABILITATION; FOSTERING CREATIVITY IN REHABILITATION; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Part I: Creativity --
Past and Present; Chapter 1: Historical Review of Creativity in Rehabilitation and Today's Need for Creativity; Abstract; Introduction; A Brief History of Perspectives on Creativity; Cultural Biases and Limitations; The Methodologies; The Epistemology; How Creativity in Rehabilitation Has Emerged; What Needs Exist in Rehabilitation Today; Conclusion; References. Chapter 2: The Need for Creativity from the Patient's PerspectiveAbstract; Introduction; Reference; Part II: A New Understanding of Creativity; Chapter 3: A New Understanding of Creativity; Abstract; Introduction; The New Understanding Exercise Begins ... ; The Neti Neti Process; The New Understanding; Ontology and Epistemology; Complex Being; Axiology and Compassion; The Axes; The Attentional/Affective (A/A) Axis; The Intentional/Insight (I/I) Axis; The Embodiment/Engaged (E/E) Axis; A Pause; Ordinary Time; The Implications of the New Understanding; Research; Conclusion; References. Chapter 4: Creativity and Evidence-Based MedicineAbstract; Introduction; The Development of EBM; The Intention Behind the 3 Components of EBM; Current Shortcomings and Misuses of EBM; How EBM Can Foster Creativity; Research Evidence; Clinical Mastery; Patient Values; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Systemic Limitations on Creativity in Academia and Professional Associations; Abstract; Introduction; History; Today in Academia; How Did the Rehabilitation Professions End up in Academia?; Selection of Students and Faculty; Selection of Students; Selection of Faculty. Conclusion About the Selection ProcessProfessional Organizations; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: The Role of Relationship and Creativity; Abstract; Introduction; Relationship in Health Care; Historical Hindrances; Relationship Continuum; Cultural Competency; Relationship Layers; Domination Pedagogies; Relationship in Mindful Leadership; Sustainable Partnership in Rehabilitation and Health Promotion; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Creativity, Struggle and Sustainability; Abstract; Introduction; Creativity; Imagination; Attention; Awareness; Consciousness; Compassion; Action; Summary. StruggleSuffering; Self-directed Neuroplasticity; Sustainability; Conclusion; References; Feuerstein, G. (2000). Shambhala encyclopedia of yoga. Boston: Shambhala.; Chapter 8: The Implementation of Creativity; Abstract; Introduction; After the Idea; Where Is; Our Super Hero( -INE)?; The Making; of an Innovation Person; Oh-Oh, Didn't See That Coming; Living "Beyond the Idea"; Two Pearls; Being Comfortable in Conflict; Conclusion; References; Part III: Case Reports from Creators in Rehabilitation; Chapter 9: Occupational Therapy; What Challenges and Opportunities Are Specific.
Series Title: Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Responsibility: Matthew J. Taylor, PhD., editor.

Abstract:

The rehabilitation professions are under pressure to innovate in order to deliver services to a growing market of increasingly savvy consumers. These consumers are no longer limited to their conventional care choices and have access to quality online resources for many of their needs. Rehabilitation professionals' pressures are compounded by increased productivity demands, technical information overload, and increasing risks for professional burnout. In short, rehabilitation is in need of rehabilitation in order to transition into the next generation of health care delivery. Unfortunately inno.

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