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Shaw, Kevin and Jack Dann 1999 Work is sacred: The journey out of welfare, Journal of Occupational Science 6(2):80-7.
In the occupational science literature, Frank (1996) conceived that adaptation through occupation is fundamental to occupational science.
Clare Hocking, PhD Professor of Occupational Science and Therapy Auckland University of Technology
American Career College's Associate of Occupational Science Degree in Health Information Technology program takes approximately 20 months to complete.
Aziz-Zadeh, assistant professor at USC's Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, said though they are engaged to differing degrees depending on the circumstance, it appears that both the intuitive and rationalizing parts of the brain work in tandem to create the sensation of empathy.
Graduates of American Career College's 20-month Respiratory Therapy program not only earn an Associate of Occupational Science degree, but also become eligible to sit for both the entry-level (CRT) and advanced practitioner (RRT) exams offered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC).
In the 1990s, occupational science is introduced, and by the end of this decade the use of the term "occupation" seems to replace all other terms, such as function, activity, and task.
Clark is professor and associate dean of the Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, and president of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Degrees and diplomas offered at PCI include: Diploma of Essential Professional Culinary Skills, Diploma of Essential Professional Baking and Pastry Skills, Certified Sommelier, and Associates of Occupational Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management.
But, before talking about the other factors that influence the therapeutic value of an intervention, let us discuss occupational science, occupation-based interventions, and frames of reference as three complementary perspectives that uniquely contribute to the profession.
Occupation as transactional experience: A critique of individualism in occupational science.

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