Curriculum development and health professions education
‘Matumo worked as an occupational therapist in mental health practice in Lesotho before joining the University of Cape Town as an Academic Support person and part time lecturer (2009-2015). In 2016 she was appointed as a Lecturer. She is the current President of the Occupational Therapy in Africa Regional Group (OTARG) (2019-2023), an official branch of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT). She is the Undergraduate Programme Convenor for the Division of Occupational Therapy (2020-) and serves on several committees within the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Cape Town. ‘Matumo is also a member of the Steering Committee for Global Surgery at the University of Cape Town. Her areas of expertise include; teaching for diversity, providing academic support in higher education, and design and delivery of occupational therapy curriculum that is contextually relevant.
Occupational Therapy Practice Models
Occupational Therapy Foundations Theory
Preparation for Practice Learning
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Ramafikeng, M. (2017). Professional Reasoning. In S. A. Dsouza, R. Galvaan, & E. L. Ramugondo (Eds.), Concepts in occupational therapy: Understanding southern perspectives. Manipal: Manipal University Press.