At the level of the profession itself, codes document the standards according to which the profession can be held accountable for the conduct of its members. Further, because society relegates control for many of the professions to the professional organizations themselves, the professions have developed codes to provide the basis of self-regulation Soskolne At the level of the individual professional, codes can provide a practical guide to members of the profession who might be experiencing a moral or ethical dilemma concerning their professional conduct in a particular circumstance. Where a professional finds himself or herself in a state of moral or ethical tension, it is self-evident that codes can be helpful in providing counsel.
It was initially inspired by occupational performance frameworks proposed by the American Occupational Therapy Association  and Reed and Sanderson. However while some assume the model has no cultural bias and adaptation has been encouraged, little research has been conducted into the efficacy of its application in non western societies.
It combines with systems approach, environmental theory and research into 'flow' by Csikszentmihalyi to provide CMOP with a broad interdisciplinary base of knowledge.
Enablement involves working with clients to facilitate autonomy, and does not focus primarily on performance components   Technology for application[ edit ] The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure COPM  is a semi structured interview developed to apply the model   and is the only prescribed assessment.
This allows freedom to choose other supporting assessments but also restrict the methods of application for the model. Of this research, most has been in institutional settings,  methodologies usually have medium to low levels of credibility,  and may are attributed to the same therapists involved in the model's formulation.
The model is said to be applicable to all ages and diagnoses groups  but few studies have explored its practical application.
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Validity and community utility of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure. The client centred evidence based practice of occupational therapy.The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E) is an occupational performance model, which is evolved from the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance (CMOP).
The CMOP-E includes three main components: person, environment, and occupation. In this model, the inner part represents .
The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E) De Trede A variety of interventions are offered to address fine and gross motor skills, balance, coordination, mobility, strength, endurance and cognition; all aimed to increase the client’s functionality and therefore, increasing independence.
The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM) is an important tool to enable personalized health care. Designed for use by occupational therapists, the measure serves to identify issues of personal importance to the client and to detect changes in a client’s self-perception of occupational performance over time.
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The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E) was founded by Polatajko, Townsend and Craik in This model was a further expansion.