The Kawa Model, Culturally Relevant Occupational Therapy

The Kawa Model

Culturally Relevant Occupational Therapy

By Michael Iwama, PhD, MSc, BScOT, BSc, Associate Professor, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Chapter1 - Situating occupational therapy's knowledge: why alternative conceptualisations and models of occupational therapy are required

Chapter 2 - Cross-cultural concepts as the building blocks of conceptual models: occupation

Chapter 3 - Occupational therapy theory: cultural inclusion and exclusion

Chapter 4 - Context and theory: culteral antecedents of the Kawa model part 1

Chapter 5 - Context and theroy: culteral antecedents of the Kawa model part 2

Chapter 6 - Raising a new, culturally relevant conceptual model of occupational therapy from practice

Chapter 7 - An overview of the Kawa model

Chapter 8 - Applying the Kawa model: comprehending occupation in context

Chapter 9 - Rivers in context: brief narratives and cases demonstrating uses of the Kawa model 

Chapter 10 - Towards culturally relevant and safe theroy in occupational therapy