Management in occupational therapy

  • Z. B. Maslin
Part of the Therapy in Practice Series book series (TPS, volume 24)


This chapter will discuss the importance of management principles to occupational therapy practitioners.


Staff Member Occupational Therapist Occupational Therapy Problematic Situation Ward Closure 
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