Department Strategy
7/30/2012 12:29 PM
Mission
Our mission is to prepare graduates who are creative, competent, compassionate and committed to their profession and their country.
 
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Vision
We have exciting curriculum that covers the theoretical and clinical foundations of practice. We are currently working on a contemporary curriculum that meets the standards of the special accreditation and the World Federation of Occupational Therapy. We expect that this new curriculum will be offered in the fall of 2012. And we will serve this department and faculty in the university of Jordan and will look forward to the day when our fellow Jordanian occupational therapists are fully enabled, and qualified to withstand the significant responsibilities of their career as well as playing an effective leadership role in Jordan and in the region as well.
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Goals
The department aims to:
1. Providing a qualified and perfect staff clinically capable of needs of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the region of therapists from all fields of rehabilitation.
2. Supporting educational activities and research it and encouraged.
3. Providing professional services and specialized counseling for people with disabilities and supply the centers and institutions dealing with this consulting, research, educational and clinical services.
4. The developing the long-term professional relationships with national institutions, local and global relationship through educational exchanges and professional sharing of experiences and skills.
5. Updating the department's curricula to suit with the latest developments in occupational therapy and to benefit from the expertise of faculty members active in this area.
6. Appling basis and criteria for accreditation of local and international.
7. Starting working in the clinic of the department and receive patients to provide proper medical service.
8. Participating in specialized scientific research to develop tests and diagnostic methods and therapeutic.
9. Focusing on scientific research in the specialization and cooperation with institutions and centers of the relationship locally, regionally and globally.
10. Raising the level of interaction with the local community and provide the necessary services to community groups in the field of various disabilities.
11. Developing the technical work to complete the specialist staff through scholarship and courses.

School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Department of Occupational Therapy