HRTM 196A 2010 GREENSHEET ADVANCED PRACTICES IN TR

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San Jose State University Instructor:  Suzy Ross, PhD, CTRS, RTC Office Location:  SPXC  52 Telephone Number: 408-924-3007 Email Address: sross@casa.sjsu.edu Office Hours:  Tuesdays, 1pm-4pm; or by appointment HRTM 196A: ADVANCED PRACTICES AND MANAGEMENT OF THERAPEUTIC  RECREATION SERVICES COURSE PREREQUISITES: n/a COURSE DESCRIPTION The application and examination of concepts, techniques, research, and legal issues utilized by  advanced practitioners and managers. Includes trends and issues related to clinical supervision,  reimbursement, quality improvement, legislation, comprehensive program design, and applied  research that produces evidenced based practice.  PURPOSE OF THE COURSE Students will gain competency, knowledge, and skill development in areas relevant to  contemporary practice of therapeutic recreation.   LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: I. Research, analyze, facilitate, and document evidenced-based practice in therapeutic  recreation that includes the capacity to: A. Design, facilitate, and evaluate treatment protocols B. Operationalize the international classification of functioning into a practice setting C. Understand basic methods for completing efficacy research. II. Demonstrate comprehension of the importance, function, and practices of clinical  supervision and professional involvement. A. Knowledge of a basic framework and structure for internship and practicum  supervision. B. Knowledge of the implications, significance of, and examples of professional  involvement at the local, state, and national levels. C. Knowledge of the structures for certification, licensure, and accreditation. III. Demonstrate knowledge and skill pertaining to management practices in therapeutic  1
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recreation services that include: A. Funding and reimbursement in various different health service settings B. Coding systems for funding of services C. Legal issues D. Quality improvement indicators and other related systems of practice E. Professional advocacy practices for the funding, advancement, and improvement  of TR services. REQUIRED COURSE TEXTS Porter, H. R., Burlingame, J. (2006). Recreational therapy handbook of practice: ICF-based  diagnosis and treatment. Ravensdale, WA: Idyll Arbor. Stumbo, N.J. (2009). Professional Issues in Therapeutic Recreation: On Competence and  Outcomes. Champagne, IL: Sagamore. Stumbo, N.J. (2003). Client outcomes in therapeutic recreation services. State College, PA: 
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