Department of Occupational Therapy

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FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
ANA 101 Anatomy M 3 0 3 5
ERG 101 Introduction to Ergotherapy M 3 0 3 5
ERG 103 Ethics and Professional Development M 2 0 2 2
ERG 105 Healthy Life Strategies M 2 0 2 3
ERG 107 Growth and Development ın Ergotherapy M 2 0 2 3
İNG 153 Reading  Skills M 2 0 2 2
TKD 103 Turkish Language I M 2 0 2 2
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 16 0 16 22
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 101 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 109 Drama E 1 2 2 4
ERG 111 Art, Phlosophia and Occupational E 1 2 2 4
ERG113 Quality of Life E 2 1 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 8
1st Semester Total ECTS 30

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
FZY 102 Physiology M 3 0 3 4
ERG102 Activities ın Occupational Therapy M 2 2 3 5
IYD 104 First Aid M 2 2 3 5
PSİ 102 Basic Psychology M 2 0 2 2
PDR 156 Self Awareness and Communication M 2 0 2 4
İNG 154 Reading  Skills M 2 0 2 2
TKD 104 Turkısh Language II M 2 0 2 2
Total ACTS Credit (Must Courses) 15 4 17 24
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 102 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 104 Healthy Life E 2 0 2 2
ERG 106 Music Perception Communication E 2 1 2 3
ERG 108 Rehabilitation ın Torture Victims E 2 0 2 3
Total ECTS Credit (Elective Courses) 6
2nd Semester Total ECTS 30

İNG 153 is the prerequisite for İNG 154

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
AİT 203 Atatürks Prin. And a His. Of His Ref.  I M 2 0 2 2
ERG 201 Performance Areas Sensory Motor M 2 3 3 4
ERG 203 Performance Areas Psychosocial M 3 2 4 4
ERG 205 Performance Areas Cognitive M 2 2 4 4
ERG 207 Neuroanatomy M 2 0 2 2
ERG 209 Basic Asssesment and Measurement Technic M 2 3 3 4
ERG 211 Kinesiology and Biomechanic M 2 0 2 2
İNG 223 Writing Skills M 3 0 3 3
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 18 10 23 25
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 201 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 213 Disability and Health Policy E 2 0 2 3
ERG 215 Eating Disorders E 2 1 2 2
ERG 217 Stigma and Occupational Therapy E 2 0 2 2
ERG 219 Music Therapy I E 2 2 3 3
MTB 217 Turkish Sting Language I E 1 2 2 4
Total ECTS Credit (Elective Courses) 5
3rd Semester Total Credit 30

 

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
AİT 204 Atatürks Prin. And a His. of His Ref.  II M 2 0 2 2
ERG 202 Hand  Rehabilitation and Ergotherapy M 2 2 2 3
ERG 204 Daily Life Activities Occupational Therapy M 2 3 3 3
ERG 206 Occupational Therapy in Psychiatry M 2 3 3 3
ERG 208 Occupational Therapy in Musculoskeletal Disfunctions M 1 2 2 2
BİS 234 Research Methodology M 2 0 2 2
İNG 224 Oral Communication Skills M 3 0 3 3
ERG 210 Ergotherapy Practice M 0 35 9 6
Total ECTS Credit (Must Courses) 14 45 26 24
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 202 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 212 Plastic Art Practice E 1 2 2 4
ERG 214 Critical Thinking Skills E 2 0 2 4
ERG 216 Music Therapy II E 2 2 3 3
MTB 218 Turkish Sting Language II E 1 2 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 6
4th Semester Total Credits 30

 

THIRD YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
ERG 301 Preventive Occupational Therapy M 2 3 3 4
ERG 303 Problem Based Occupational Therapy Practice M 2 3 3 4
ERG 305 Occupational İnformation and Document Managment M 2 0 2 2
ERG 307 Neurodevelopmental Disorders M 3 0 3 4
ERG 309 Geriatric Rehabilitation M 2 2 3 4
BİS 301 Biostatistics M 3 0 3 5
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 14 8 17 23
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 301 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 311 The Humman Rights of Persons with Disabilities E 3 0 3 3
ERG 313 Sports and Recreations for Handicapped E 2 2 3 3
ERG 315 Interdisciplinary Work in Rehabilitation E 2 0 2 3
ERG 317 Multidiciplinary Approaches on Special Education E 2 0 2 4
BES 315 Healthy Nutrition E 2 0 2 2
Total ECTS Credit (Elective Courses) 7
5th Semester Total Credit 30

 

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
ERG 302 Community Based Rehabilitation M 3 3 4 4
ERG 304 Occupational Rehabilitation M 2 3 3 4
ERG 306 Occupational Therapy in Neurodevelopmental  Disorders M 2 3 3 4
ERG 308 Orthosis, Prothesis and Rehabilitation M 2 3 3 3
ERG 310 Ergotherapy Practice II M 0 35 9 6
Total ECTS Credit (Must Courses) 9 47 22 21
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 302 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 312 Disabilities and Health Policy E 2 0 2 3
ERG 314 Occupational Therapy in Mental Problems E 1 2 2 3
ERG 316 Sensory Integration in Newborn E 1 2 2 3
ERG 318 Dance and Movement Therapy E 1 2 2 3
ERG 320 Children with Special Needs and the Independently Life E 2 2 3 3
Total ECTS Credit (Elective Courses) 9
6th Semester Total Credits 30

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
ERG 401 Project Preparation Principles M 0 2 1 1
ERG 403 Seminar M 0 2 1 1
ERG 405 Clinical Practice I M 0 14 6 7
ERG 407 Clinical Practice II M 0 14 6 7
ERG 409 Evidence Based Occupational Therapy Pratice M 3 0 3 5
Total ECTS Credit (Must Courses) 3 32 17 21
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 401 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 411 Driving Rahabilitation E 2 1 3 4
ERG 413 Occupational Therapy in Dysphagia E 1 1 2 4
ERG 415 Occupational Therapy in Cardiac Rehabilitation E 2 1 3 5
ERG 417 Creat a Brand in Professional E 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credit (Elective Courses) 9
7th Semester Total Credit 30

 

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
ERG 402 Project Study M 0 3 2 5
ERG 404 Seminar M 0 2 1 3
ERG 406 Clinical Practice III M 0 14 6 7
ERG 408 Clinical Practice IV M 0 14 6 7
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 0 33 15 22
Course Code Course Name M/E T P C ECTS
BED 402 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
ERG 410 Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Occupational Therapy E 1 2 2 4
ERG 412 Virtual Reality In Rehabilitation E 1 2 2 4
ERG 414 Work Ergomics and Work Related Risk Factors E 2 0 2 2
ERG 416 Disasters and Social Participation E 1 1 2 2
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 8
8th Semester Total Credits 30
PROGRAME AKTS SUMMARY
Total ECTS Credit (Must Courses) 182
Total ECTS Credit (Elective Courses) 58
Total ECTS Credit For Graduation 240

Occupational Therapy

ANA 101 Anatomy
Theoretical lectures covering general human anatomy on a systematic and functional basis.

ERG 101 Introduction to Occupational Therapy
The history of occupational therapy in the world, in meaningful life activity integrating health, presentation and discussion of the participation of support

ERG 103 Ethics and Professional Development
It consists of the concepts of ethics, morality, deontology and rehabilitation and their contribution to the field of health and the effects of occupational therapy, occupational therapy code of ethics and practice standarts, clinical ethics, research ethics, ethical issues and solutions.

ERG 105 Healthy Life Strategies
Health-related terminology, health care system of national and international organizations, ICF, epidemiology, public health, business and worker health, preventive health, sport and the art with disabled person and community-based rehabilitation.

ERG 107 Growth and Development in Occupational Therapy
Normal development terminology, embryonic development, factors affecting development of movement, musculoskeletal factors, cardiopulmonary factors, oromotor factors, components of the movement, postural reactions, milestones of motor development, neonate, infant and toddler development of movement.

ÝNG 153 Reading Skills
It covers teaching academic reading skills for the students at the faculties where the medium of instruction is English.

TKD 103 Turkish Language I
Phonetics and classification, characteristics of Turkish phonetics and the rules related to phonetics. Spelling rules and applications, punctuations marks and applications, general rules about essay writing, planning of essay writing, words and verbs, adverbs and prepositions with applications.

BED 101 Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 109 Drama
Improve themselves, independent thinking, cooperation, to bring creativity and aesthetic improvement, not self-confidence, improve their ability to make decisions, learn non-verbal communication, enhance understanding the body language, the situation is to improve the effective evaluation skills for life. Students’ cognitive, affective and psychomotor differences is to prepare the environment to share with other students.

ERG 111 Art,Phlosophia and Occupational
Students of the nature of art and the importance of visual thinking, intuition, the relationship between creativity and creativity in occupational therapy is to provide training to enhance their ability to interpret. Part of the program, designed to ensure the achievement of objectives, painting, printmaking and mural workshops there.

ERG113 Quality of Life
The concept of quality of life, quality of life and quality of life problems in different activities and to teach.

FZY 102 Physiology
To give an overview of cell, tissue, organ and system physiology.

ERG 102 Activities in Occupational Therapy
Investigation of factors affecting the activity. Practice of detailed activity analysis. Investigation of therapeutic activites. Effect mechanism of thermal and cold modalities.

IYD 104 First Aid
General principles of first aid and its applications.

PSÝ 102 Basic psychology
Development; principles learning and behavior; language and communication; drives and motivations; arousal and awareness; feelings and emotions; sensations and perception; personality; behavioral abnormalities and therapies; attitude and prejudice; social behaviors. Examine the life process of human being from the beginning of childhood.

PDR 156 Self-Awareness And Communication Skills
Self-awareness, ways of self awareness, practice of self-awareness, assertive behavior, passive behavior, manipulative behavior, empathy, emphatic communication, human and cognitive traits, cognitive distortances, stress and coping with stres, solving problem, patient-dietitian relationship, ýnterpersonal communication conflict and solving of it.

ÝNG 154 Reading Skills
It covers teaching academic reading skills for the students at the faculties where the medium of instruction is English.

TKD 104 Turkish Language II
What is language? The place and the importance of the language in the life of a nation as a social institution, the relationship between language and culture, the place of Turkish language among the world’s languages, the development and historical periods of Turkish language, today’s situation and expansion of Turkish language, the sounds and classification of sounds in Turkish language, the sound characteristic of Turkish, the usage syllables, emphasis, grammar and punctuations rules, constructive suffixes, adverbs, particles.

BED 102 Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 104 Healthy Life
What is health? the health effects of lifestyle, physical activity, communicable diseases, nutrition and health issues will be examined.

ERG 106 Music Perception Communication
The aim of this course; The effects of music on human life and mental development, contributing to teach individuals to be confident in social life; To improve the emotional well-being and quality of life to examine the therapeutic use of music in different diseases and to give students the knowledge and skills of emotional perception of different music experience.

ERG 108 Rehabilitation ýn Torture Victims
What is health? the health effects of lifestyle, physical activity, communicable diseases, nutrition and health issues will be examined.

AÝT 203 Atatürk’s Principles and the History of the Turkish Revolution I
To make the young generations conscious about the reasons behind the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the National Struggle, which comes to mean revival of the Turkish nation, under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha.

ERG 201 Performance Areas Sensory Motor
Students will understand the relationship between sensory motor components and daily living, leisure and production activities for patients with upper motor neuron diseases. Assessment and treatment approaches for stroke patients having different functional levels, effectiveness of occupational therapy in performance areas and integration of sensory motor component in rehabilitation programme will be learned. Students will gain abilities by practicing assessment and treatment methods.

ERG 203 Performance Areas Psychosocial
Acquisition of basic knowledge about the psychosocialrecognition of occupational therapy models in the field of psychosocial performanceOccupational therapy model selection and implementation of people –centered.

ERG 205 Performance Areas Cognitive
Definition of cognition. Cognition related to brain structures. Cognitive performance deficits associated with activity. Cognitive skills assessment and intervention methods in occupational therapy approaches.

ERG 207 Neuroanatomy
General information about the nerves system Medulla spinalis, Medulla oblongata, pons, mesencephalon, Cerebellum, Diencephalon (Thalamus, hypothalamus, epithalamus, subthalamus), Brain cortex (Telencephalon), Meninges of brain, Basal ganglions, Artery of brain and clinical information.

ERG 209 Basic Assesment and Measurement Technic
Taken with the persons health-related story with interwiev techniques. Requirements and use of communication and interaction skills. Evaluation of socio-emotional factors. Analyses of functions with biomechanical frame.

name=”ERG211″>ERG 211 Kinesiology and Biomechanic
Basic concepts of kinesiology and biomechanic and its applications to occupational therapy.

ING 223 Writing Skills
This Course is designed for the second year students in fall term at some faculties and departments where the medium of instruction is English. It covers teaching academic writing skills.

BED 201 Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 213 Disability and Health Policy
Examine the health policies towards disabled people in Turkey and developed countries, access to evidence-based information that may affect policies to grasp the way, occupational therapy information for social participation of persons with disabilities, to introduce to ensure the ability to build cooperation and partnerships with policy makers.

ERG 215 Eating Disorders
The concept of eating disorders, eating disorders in occupational therapy assessments and interventions to teach occupational therapy in eating disorders.

ERG 217 Stigma and Occupational Therapy
Describes the problems that can lead to failure of the musculoskeletal system, resulting clinical features to summarize, the problem of occupational performance and people of factors evaluating the direction and occupational therapy approaches and improve the response planning knowledge and skills through activities.

ERG 219 Music Therapy I
The aim of this course; The effects of music on human life and mental development, contributing to teach individuals to be confident in social life; To improve the emotional well-being and quality of life to examine the therapeutic use of music in different diseases and to give students the knowledge and skills of emotional perception of different music experience.

MTB 217 Turkish Sting Language I
The aim of the hearing impaired to communicate with each other, hand gestures and sign language that they created a visual language using facial expressions, to tell people without hearing impairment and also to teach. There is a separate sign language of each country. Turkish Sign Language, which is the oldest registered sign language in the history of the world (TID) structure, is very different from Turkish. The biggest problem in communication is hearing-impaired individuals in different grammatical structure, word and teach students methods, at a basic level to help the hearing impaired individuals in communication “sign language interpreters” train.

AÝT 204 Atatürk’s Principles and the History of the Turkish Revolution II
To make the young generations conscious about the reasons behind the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the National Struggle, which comes to mean revival of the Turkish nation, under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha.

ERG 202 Hand Rehabilitation and Ergotherapy
Hand anatomy and biomechanics , evaluation methods for hand injuries , hand rehabilitation, upper extremity injuries and occupational therapy interventions.

ERG 204 Daily Life Activities Occupational Therapy
Basic and auxiliary activities of daily livingDaily life activities related models and frames of referenceActivities of daily living assessment and intervention methods.

ERG 206 Occupational Therapy in Psychiatry
In psychiatry, occupational therapy assessment and interventions used in the models coupling. Application the models in case samples. Planning intervention programs within the framework of the model.

ERG 208 Occupational Therapy in Musculoskeletal Disfunctions
Clinical dimension of musculoskeletal system injuries, assessment and interventions of occupational therapy, case studies.

BIS 234 Research Methodology
Demonstrate a systematic understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methods, their applications, strengths and weaknesses and current methodological issues. Demonstrate a systematic understanding of health economic evaluation, its applications, strengths and weaknesses and current methodological issues Demonstrate an advanced and  critical understanding of sociological concepts of health and illness.

ING 224 Oral Communication Skills
Communication, communication skills,  oral communication skills.

ERG 210 Occupational Therapy Practice
Practical application of the all theoric information that have been given until that time.

BED 202 Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 212 Plastic Art Practice
Line with the three basic elements of art, light and shadow, and the theoretical and practical knowledge about color. appropriate image therapy program to be tailored to a person, sculpture, are taught the art of ceramics.

ERG 214 Critical Thinking Skills
Critical thinking rather than logic or debate sometimes form off (informal) it is also used logic terms. to draw clear provisions that go with common sense and scientific evidence of critical thinking includes thinking processes on concrete or abstract topics. This aspect is complete, which is another way of thinking of creative thinking.

ERG 216 Music Therapy II
The aim of this course; The effects of music on human life and mental development, contributing to teach individuals to be confident in social life; To improve the emotional well-being and quality of life to examine the therapeutic use of music in different diseases and to give students the knowledge and skills of emotional perception of different music experience.

MTB 218 Turkish Sting Language II
The aim of the hearing impaired to communicate with each other, hand gestures and sign language that they created a visual language using facial expressions, to tell people without hearing impairment and also to teach. There is a separate sign language of each country. Turkish Sign Language, which is the oldest registered sign language in the history of the world (TID) structure, is very different from Turkish. The biggest problem in communication is hearing-impaired individuals in different grammatical structure, word and teach students methods, at a basic level to help the hearing impaired individuals in communication “sign language interpreters” train.

ERG 301 Preventive Occucpational Therapy
Entrance of protective occupational therapy. Person, activity and environmental ergonomics. Biomechanical principles and occupational therapy. Analysis of the environmental barriers, accessibility, security. Plan, regulation and adaptation to eliminate barriers.

ERG 303 Problem Based Occupational Therapy Practice
Active participation in the planning, evaluation and treatment approaches in small groupsDecision makingProblem analysisCommunication skills.

ERG 305 Occupational Ýnformation and Document Managment
Basic definitions and concepts of knowledge management of occupational sciences, knowledge importance and searching skills, knowledge databases, classification of knowledge databases of occupational sciences.

ERG 307 Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Neurodevelopmental disorders are related to their activity performance and intervention methods.Biomechanical approach, Sensory integration, Motor skill approach, Visual perception, Social participation frame of reference.

ERG 309 Geriatric Rehabilitation
The aging process of physical, sensory, cognitive, and psychosocial impact on the functions.Relation with the functional skills of aging. Occupational therapy assessment and treatment approaches to improve occupational performance of elderly people, safety and the quality of life. Case studies.

BÝS 301
Biostatistics
Students will discuss interactively the test and evaluation methods, physiotherapy and rehabilitation program planning techniques, the assessment of various solution proposals for various cases with differing clinical diagnosis. Relevant literature search will be performed and case-oriented problem solving proposals will be developed.

BED 301
Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 311
The Human Rights of Persons with Disabilities
The human rights of persons with disabilities. The interrelation between accessibility and other human rights, understanding Universal Design, The right to be free from torture or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment. To understand rights and responsibilities associated with the right to the “highest attainable standard of health.

ERG 313
Sports and Recreations for Handicapped
Discussing the importance of sport for disabled people, introducing of different sports branches, making a gap analysis in terms of environment and person and developing resolution advisory, making design and creation of assistive devices for disabled individuals during sports competitions

ERG 315
Interdisciplinary Work in Rehabilitation
Investigation of concepts of rehabilitation and duties and responsibilities of rehabilitation disciplines. Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary work concepts. Team, working conditions, leadership properties for doing interdisciplinary work.

ERG 317
Multidiciplinary Approaches on Special Education
People with special educational needs to learn the inter-disciplinary approach to treatment.

BES 315
Healthy Nutrition
Learning about healthy eating, learning the relationship between the health of food consumption.

ERG 302
Community Based Rehabilitation
Definition and application areas of CBR. CBR team and their tasks. Training package of team. Assessment and intervention methods. Self-evaluation.

ERG 304
Occupational Rehabilitation
Theoretical knowledge and practice of vocational rehabilitation.

ERG 306
Occupational Therapy in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Neurodevelopmental disorders are related to their activity performance and intervention methods. Biomechanical approach, Sensory integration, Motor skill approach, Visual perception, Social participation frame of reference.

ERG 308
Orthesis Prothesis and Rehabilitation
Orthotics and biomechanical principles, hand/wrist orthotics, pediatric splints, splint adaptations.

ERG 310
Ergotherapy Practice II
Internship in different areas of theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the course to consolidate activity and performance during the internship, models, references Cervia and students all necessary information on implementing intervention methods, to gain the skills and attitudes.

BED 302
Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 312
Disabilities and Health Policy
The human rights of persons with disabilities, the interrelation between accessibility and other human rights , Understanding Universal Design, The right to be free from torture or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment. To understand rights and responsibilities associated with the right to the “highest attainable standard of health.

ERG 314
Occupational Therapy in Mental Problems
Mental health problems and principles of vocational rehabilitation. People and task-oriented evaluations. Mental health and work-related skills matching. Supported-protective work models applications. Problems encountered in applications of vocational rehabilitation . Vocational rehabilitation programs directed at the problems encountered in the decision-making applications. Examples of program implementation.

ERG 316
Sensory Inegration in Newborn
The concept of sensory integration in preemies and intervention methods of develop sensory integration for different sensory systems.

ERG 318
Dance and Movement Therapy
The movement quality; biomechanical, physiological, psycho-socio-cultural and existential factors
Body image, techniques that enhance the awareness of sensory-motor-spirit
Using methods of dance and movement treatment for different problems
Concepts such as stability, posture, flexibility, rhythm, breathing, feeling and requests.

ERG 320
Children with Special Needs and the Independently Life
The conceptual dimension in pediatrics applications.
The theoretical framework of performance areas in activities of daily living, productive activities, play / leisure activities.
The basic principles of handling and transport methods of children with special needs
Sleeping, toilet training, bathing, dressing, feeding, handling and hand dexterity, play applications.
Case studies of children with special needs.

ERG 401
Project Preparation Principles
To provide information about how to prepare project, search literature and citing.

ERG 403
Students will discuss interactively the test and evaluation methods, physiotherapy and rehabilitation program planning techniques, the assessment of various solution proposals for various cases with differing clinical diagnosis. Relevant literature search will be performed and case-oriented problem solving proposals will be developed.

ERG 405
Clinical Education I
Internships wil lbe made in the services of ergotheraphy and rehabilitation.
Comunity based field studies will be conducted.

ERG 407
Clinical Education II
Internships will be made in the services related with pediatric Occupational Therapy and rehabilitation.

ERG 409
Evidence Based Occupational Therapy Pratice
Definitions of Evidence-based practice
Evolution of evidence-based practice in occupational therapy
Discussions of evidence-based practice in occupational therapy examples
Review of status of implementation of evidence-based practice.

BED 401
Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 411
Driving Rehabilitation

Skills which are necessary during driving
Diseases and skills which are effected
Ocupational therapy assessment methods which are important during driving
Ocupational therapy intervention methods which are important during driving
Car modifications
Law rights.

ERG 413
Occupational Therapy in Dysphagia
Determination of level of risk; involve family and caregivers so that an informed decision can be made regarding risk vs.
Early detection of risk indicators to improve outcomes, reduce mortality, length of hospital stay, health care needs
Comprehensive management of aspiration risk, malnutrition and dehydration
Provision of client centered care; the client must be an active partner in dysphagia management.
Inclusion and education of caregivers in the management of the client with dysphagia
Effective communication and documentation between health care practitioners
Occupational therapy aproaches in dysphagia.

ERG 415
Occupational Therapy in Cardiac Rehabilitation
Description of anatomy of the cardiovascularsystem,description of exercise physiology, cardiovascular system problems, assessmentt he clinical dimension of these problems, discussion about occupational therapy interventions, case study

ERG 417
Creat a Brand in Professional
Brand concept and definition, product and brand differentiation, basic elements of brand creation process, the concept of brand personality and basic dimensions, creating and managing brand strategy, brand name creation strategies.

ERG 402
Project Study
Planning and conducting a research on food, nutrition and dietetics related subjects. Under supervision of a faculty member, the student will design and conduct a research project and prepare a written paper including a review of literature, identification of the problem, methodology, results and discussion, summary and citing of references.

ERG 404
Seminar
Students will discuss interactively the test and evaluation methods, physiotherapy and rehabilitation program planning techniques, the assessment of various solution proposals for various cases with differing clinical diagnosis. Relevant literature search will be performed and case-oriented problem solving proposals will be developed.

ERG 406
Clinical Education III
Internships will be made in the services related with pediatric Occupational Therapy and rehabilitation.

ERG 408
Clinical Education IV
Internships will be made in the services related with pediatric Occupational Therapy and rehabilitation.

BED 402
Physical Education
Explaining some topics such as physical education and sport, nutrition, sports manegement, first aid etc.

ERG 410
Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Occupational Therapy
Anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system and respiratory system diseases and problems of activity and performance evaluation of individual factors of direction and to gain knowledge and skills in occupational therapy approaches.

ERG 412
Virtual Reality In Rehabilitation
It focuses on the application of virtual reality in rehabilitation place and gain knowledge and skills in different ways.

ERG 414
Work Ergomics and Work Related Risk Factors
The aim of work-related musculoskeletal problems and investigate the risk factors, studies analyzing the impact on the business performance of the employees of the environment, business analysis, workplace injury, have the knowledge about the ergonomic approach to the prevention of accidents and fatigue.

ERG 416
Disasters and Social Participation
To understand the results of a multi-dimensional earthquake learn strategies for ensuring social participation of people.

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