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I am trying to find an article called "Essentials of Occupational Therapy" it is from 1936, JAMA 107(9), 683-684. Any suggestions?

I was given the syllabus for OT Past, Present, and Future and it is a required reading for my class, but I can't find it.
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2016  |  12 Views
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Because of the age of this article, it was actually located in our microfilm collection.  I located the article in JAMA and created a PDF of the appropriate pages, which is attached to this message.  The full title of this selection is "Essentials of an Acceptable School of Occupational Therapy".  It was actually part of a larger section in that issue of JAMA called "Medical Education in the United States and Canada", a survey of education practices and institutions in different fields of medicine.  I have included the first page of the larger section, which ran from pages 661-692, for context.  If you would like the complete text of the larger work, I can retrieve that from the microfilm as well.  Just let us know.



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