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Emma Gee: An Occupational Therapist’s Perspective on Healthcare

From Australia, we get an occupational therapist’s perspective on healthcare from Emma Gee on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. She is a former occupational therapist and a stroke survivor. She has become an author and a renowned speaker. A member of Generation X, she not only brought an occupational therapist’s perspective on healthcare, she also brought the patient’s perspective on healthcare.

Here are 3 things that stood out as Emma Gee shared an occupational therapist’s perspective on healthcare:

· Being a patient provides a whole new perspective on healthcare, even to a medical professional
· Quality healthcare includes valuing what the patient brings to the conversation, valuing their input in the process
· Collaboration and respect leads to a codesign of the treatment plan between the therapist and the patient

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Website http://www.emma-gee.com
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  1. Libby Witts

    Great interview Em and Rob, as you know Em, I’m also a lived experience professional having studied my social work degree post my brain injury. Thank you so much for promoting lived experience and disability inclusion within the healthcare sector.

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