The CMOP-E Model

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This essay will discuss a chosen individual with hip fracture from practise placement and explore the context to which health and social care is administered in the UK. CMOP-E model will be used to examine the theoretical concepts of occupational therapy and the identification of occupational performance needs of the chosen patient. The role of multi disciplinary team participation will be discussed with reference to the patient’s treatment whilst demonstrating safe practise in relation to personal safety and safety of others. An 89 years old lady was admitted to the hospital due to a fall at home and fractures her right hip. Mrs Jones (pseudo name) lives alone in a three - bedroom house privately owned with stair lift, bedrooms and bathroom…show more content…
According to (CAOT, 1991). CMOP-E is clinically useful in guiding, analysing and understanding activity limitations that are experienced by people. CMOP-E will looks at Mrs Jones as a person, her occupation and her environment. Also how these interact with each other and the impact these have on Mrs Jones occupation performance as this makes it client centred (Sumsion, 2006). According to Townsend et al. (2007), a person is central to the model, which keeps it client centred. The model looks at a person’s spirituality, cognition (thinking), physical (doing), and affective (feeling). Townsend and Polatajko, (2013). The key components of occupation are self care, productivity and leisure. (Turpin and Iwama, 2011). The environmental component is made up of cultural, social, physical and institutional (Duncan,…show more content…
(CAOT 1997). Mrs Jones spirituality revolves round her family. Being able to cook, looking after her family and being independent gives her meaning as her husband passed away ten years ago. Although she is unable to do a lot physically but she does the best she can and loves her family coming around. Mrs Jones physical shows she had a hip operation thereby causing her pain, reducing her mobility and access to her occupation and engagement. Additionally she has difficulty in weight bearing on her right leg due to her operation and experiencing muscle weakness causing her limited endurance and strength when walking and transferring. Cognition: It was documented the patient experienced post-operative confusion, memory loss, difficulty following and understanding post hip surgery caution. Affective (mood): Patient experienced low mood and lacks confidence walking due to her illness, this has impacted on her emotion. Mrs Jones has low self-concept of herself and this has made her not to engage properly because she is unable to follow her normal routine. She is frustrated at her inability to perform self -care tasks adequately and
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