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F71 CORECOM – One Competency Document for Occupational Therapists in Canada - Shared screen with speaker view
Hélène Sabourin
29:15
Good to see you all virtually!!!
Andrew Freeman
34:14
The three different competency documents were all developed for good reasons but it became more obvious that having a united approach across stakeholders would serve the profession well. I had the pleasure of attending the meeting in Toronto when this agreement was reached.
France Verville
34:23
Yessss very good!
Michèle Hébert
34:38
Agreed! Well done Catherine!!
Catherine Backman
36:10
merci France et Michele!
Eva Schausberger
39:23
How is everyone? Is the speed of the presentation good?
Michelle Leclerc
39:41
Good here!
Andrew Freeman
39:44
Yes fine
Heather G
39:56
Yes all good.
Michèle Hébert
40:22
Good cadance.
Margie
45:54
All good!
Eva Schausberger
46:03
Any questions on section 1?
Eva Schausberger
46:43
going once....
Debbie Rudman
48:22
Will Indigenous engagement extend beyond the 2 week consultation process...this seems central to creating an inclusive document in the Canadian context?
Sara Lizabeth Saunders, Ms
48:43
We will be addressing this
Lisa Diamond-Burchuk
57:49
Great question Debbie. I agree!
Karen Hammell
01:04:41
Was consideration given to developing a shorter, clearer set of competency requirements, similar to the NZOT version? Use of Bloom's Trajectory appears to imply that uncertainty and conscious awareness of the limitations of one's knowledge are the bottom of the competency hierarchy, yet these capacities are the foundation of cultural humility and surely also of aspirations towards client-centred practices?
Catherine Backman
01:05:29
Yes, Everyone involved has reviewed the NZOT version and noted what we liked about them.
Catherine Backman
01:06:31
We expect that each version will be critiqued and revised based on the very comments you've made, Karen.
Michèle Hébert
01:07:15
Relevant and timely advisory work in streamlining practice competencies across Canada. Thank you, Merci de nous avoir introduits au document. Perhaps I missed this... In the months to come before March 2021, or afterwards, have you considered engaging additional occupational therapists and people who received occupational therapy services, or are you limiting the development of the competency document to the council/those recruited? … A broader engagement would help inform the making of the document from a community perspective, and ultimately its relevance for clients. … our beneficiaries.
Catherine Backman
01:07:45
There are multiple levels of consultation yet to occur over the summer and fall.
Catherine Backman
01:08:05
in the fall, every occupational therapist in Canada will be invited to comment as part of the validation exercise
Catherine Backman
01:08:43
we will also be inviting clients/patients/recipients of occupational therapy services to comment
Michèle Hébert
01:10:55
Great Catherine. Good to know. Triangulation by also engaging clients themselves (sooner rather than later) will strengthen the outcomes of the project.
Karen Hammell
01:12:05
Sorry. I keep losing my internet connection. The rural disadvantgae!
Anna Braunizer
01:12:47
Agree with Michèle about engaging clients asap - will clients be actively involved beyond comments?
Michèle Hébert
01:12:47
Bravo! Looking forward to the opportunity to comment and contribute.
guitardp
01:12:55
ce projet est fort intéressant et bien hâte de voir le projet final
guitardp
01:13:16
et les versions intermédiaires….
France Verville
01:13:23
Merci pour la mise à jour, processus très intéressant. Merci pour le bilinguisme!
Leeanne Sadowsky
01:13:45
The Practice Profile for the Occupational Therapist Assistant mirrors the OT profile...will that be considered or looked at in the domino effect of this new competency??
Hélène Sabourin
01:14:33
Excellent presentation all - well done!
Leeanne Sadowsky
01:15:00
Great, thank you!
guitardp
01:16:42
oh oui!
Marie-Lyne Grenier
01:19:14
'Competency' implies an end point of ability, which in OT practice would not be realistic (nor desired). Could other words be considered (ex: "responsibilities" or "obligations' or "expectations")?
France Verville
01:20:41
Merci Philippe!
Michèle Hébert
01:20:45
Language is indeed important Marie-Lyne. Good point.
Marie-Lyne Grenier
01:23:43
Eva I like 'proficiency'... Thank you for your clarification, it's helpful.
Debbie Rudman
01:24:33
will there be a process of critical review in relation to ensuring ableist assumptions are not built into document, as well as other forms of potential discrimination
Leeanne Sadowsky
01:24:55
thank you
Michèle Hébert
01:25:00
Great to see you all! Thank you for the presentation. Merci beaucoup.
Michelle Leclerc
01:25:09
Thank you so much for the presentation!
Catherine Backman
01:25:25
Debbie, I'm confident that the academic review will be reasonably critical!
Marie-Lyne Grenier
01:25:36
Thank you! Merci!
Lori Letts
01:25:45
I'm confident you have piqued curiosity for many participants who will be looking forward to the next steps of consultation and validation! Thank you all.
Hélène Sabourin
01:25:45
Well done!!! Bravo!
Christine
01:25:49
you did a great job, thank you merci!
Heather G
01:26:15
Very informative presentation. Thank-you.
maureen.blight
01:26:21
Thank you for the informative presentation. The English French connection truly reflects our national profile. Look forward to learning more.
Eva Schausberger
01:26:36
Thank you so much everyone!
Catherine Backman
01:26:53
merci beaucoup - thanks everyone!