- Based on the social rather than the medical model of disability
- Views disability in terms of environmental, structural and attitudinal barriers which deny disabled people full participation in society
- Engages health professionals in critical reflection on the provision of services to disabled people
- Case studies and activities throughout facilitate understanding of issues presented
|作者資訊||By Sally French, MCSP, DipTP, BSc, MSc(Psych), MSc(Soc), PhD, Senior Lecturer, School of Management and Social Sciences, King Alfred's College of Higher Education, Winchester, UK; and John Swain, BSc, PGCE, MSc, PhD, Principal Lecturer (Research) and Reader in Disability Studies, Faculty of Health, Social Work and Education, University of Northumbria, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK|
|已刊登評論||"I recommend it to all occupational therapists"
Rose Gollop,British Journal of Occupational Therapy September 2008 71(9)
|Table of Content||Foreword by Frances Reynolds
1. What is critical reflection?