Resources for Fieldwork Educators

CURRICULUM SEQUENCE

RESOURCES TO SUPPORT PRACTICE

Library Access is available to our current fieldwork educators to support evidence-based practice.; simply download the letter of agreement and fax the completed form to Academic Fieldwork Assistant  at (501) 450-3622.

Forms

In addition to maintaining a current, standing fieldwork contract or clinical agreement, we must maintain up-to-date records on your facility in order to continue sending students for fieldwork experience. The following forms should be updated every 3-5 years. The Data Form can always be found on the AOTA website. Your site may have its own site objectives and you are welcome to use them. We provide the following, for your convenience:

AOTA Data Form
Site-Specific Objectives
Assessment Checklist

Please email or mail completed forms to:

Nicolle Boswell, Fieldwork Assistant
nboswell1@uca.edu
UCA, Department of Occupational Therapy
201 Donaghey Ave., Doyne HSC 327
Conway, AR 72034

Articles to Support Practice

AOTA Resources  resources regarding fieldwork education, new programs, etc.

Student Supervision Information

Fieldwork Reservations

Level I Fieldwork – Occupational Therapy Process (Psychosocial)

During the second semester (spring) students progress to a formal fieldwork placement in a variety of settings focusing on psychological and social aspects influencing occupations.

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 Level I Fieldwork – Analysis of Human Occupational Performance

During the third semester (summer) students will participate in a fieldwork placement in a variety of settings focusing on the application of professional skills and components of the occupational therapy process.  

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 Level I Fieldwork – Evaluation and Intervention

During the fourth semester (fall) students will participate in a fieldwork placement in a variety of settings focusing on infusion of occupation throughout the occupational therapy process.

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.Level II Fieldwork

Beginning in the 5th semester, students complete 12 credit hours of fieldwork in two different settings. The purpose is integration and application of academically acquired knowledge in occupational therapy settings with emphasis on a medical, community-based, or rehabilitation model of service delivery.