Kimberly Coutts, MSc, BScOT, BSc
Master of Science, University of Alberta, 2009
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy (Distinction), University of Alberta, 1996
Bachelor of Science, University of Saskatchewan, 1993
- Practiced as an Occupational Therapist in adult (plastics, neurology), pediatrics (feeding, developmental, brain injury) and allied heath education.
- Worked in hospital, community, preschool and private practice settings.
Areas of interest: Integration and Application, Interprofessional Education.
Application of occupational therapy principles and skills, supported by evidence based practice, in physical and mental health, functioning, participation and activities. Corequisites: All Year 1 Fall Term Courses.
The use and design of interventions for physical and mental health, functioning, participation, and activities supported by the analysis and synthesis of occupational therapy principles. Corequisites: All Year 2 Fall Term courses.
Application of occupational therapy principles with an emphasis on children, youth and families, supported by evidence-based practice, and the incorporation of current theories, complex integrated case studies, and experiential learning.
Occupational performance deficits resulting from illness, injury, and disease and the application of related assessment skills and occupational therapy interventions.
OCCTH 585 - Influences on Occupational Performance: Human Systems III: Theory and Practice in Neurology
Application of occupational therapy principles, supported by current principles of neuroscience, for neurological conditions encountered in practice.