Global Health policy defines global health goals which are then cascaded to national and local levels. Consequently, they impact on our everyday practice as occupational therapists. These point are elucidated by WFOT President Marilyn Pattison in her guest editorial, Global Health Policy. In their guest commentary, Sue Dahl Popolizio and her colleagues share their wisdom on the role of primary care in achieving global health care goals, highlighting the potential contribution of occupational therapy. General articles cover a range of areas Culturally Competent Strategies to Improve Health and Occupational Participation, Sustainable Fieldwork Partnerships, evidence based occupational therapy and much more.
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