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Superv EXam I

QuestionAnswer
Who is ultimately responsible for ALL aspects of OT service delivery? OTR
What is the purpose of FWII? To provide the student with the chance to enact the OT skills learned academically
What does a co-signature indicate on a document? That the OTAS is being supervised with the appropriate level of supervision and that supervisor concurs with the OTAS's activities
Can a COTA supervise an OTA student? Yes, after 1 year of practice experience subsequent to initial certification
Who sets FW requirements? The Standards for an Acreddited Educational Program for the OT or OTA
Who decides how long you have to finish your FW II requirement? the school
Who decides how many hours are required for FWII? AOTA - 24 wks for OTs 16 for OTAs
Who decides how many hours are required for FW I? the school
Who sets the grade and credit hours for FWII? school/academic program
What does HIPAA stand for? Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
What does COE stand for? Commission on Education
what is the goal of FW II according to COE? The goal of Level II Fieldwork is to develop competent, entry-level, generalist occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants.
What is a "covered entity?" (HIPAA) A health plan, a health care clearinghouse, or a health care provider who transmits any health information in electronic form in connection with a HIPAA transaction.
What is a "business associate?" (HIPAA) a person or organization that performs a function or activity on behalf of a "covered entity."
What CAN be shared in written reports? (HIPAA) Age (age 90 and over must be aggregated, Race, Ethnicity, Marital Status, Codes
How often should you have a formal meeting with your FWII supervisor? Weekly - document on weekly supervision sheet
What should the FWII supervisor focus on? What the student's learning goals are. To give specific information when offering constructive criticism
What should be discussed in the weekly meetings between student FWII supervisor? strengths, growth areas, goals for the next week, assignments due/meetings, etc
ID 3 of the 6 factors that may determine the decrease in S from direct to less direct Competence & confidence of student; complexity of client needs; # and diversity of clients
ID the next 3-6 factors that may determine if a student is ready to have supervision decrease from direct to less direct Role of OT & related services; Type of practice setting; requirements of practice setting; other regulatory requirements
What does FEAT stand for? The Fieldwork Experience Assessment Tool
What are the 3 key components of FEAT? Environment, Fieldwork Educator, Student
Why was FEAT created? to contribute to the student and FW educator discussions to enhance reflection & problem solving. to assess the balance of the 3 key components & facilitate discussion about student & FW educator attitudes
When should FEAT be used? FEAT can be used early as a tool to promote dialogue or at ANYTIME throughout the FW as needed for problem solving
What does FWECP stand for? Field Work Educator Certificate Program
how long is the program for FW educator's training? 2 weeks
Created by: sherryama
 

 



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