This paper introduces the inaugural issue of OCCUPATION: A Medium of Inquiry for Stu dents, Faculty & Other Practitioners Advocating for Health through Occupational Studies. The paper asserts that implicit or hidden curriculum partners with the implicit curriculum, especially in health care education that promotes the students’ journey that employs doing, in the transfor - mative process in being and becoming entry-level practitioners.
"Living the Implicit Curriculum, Leaving a Legacy,"
OCCUPATION: A Medium of Inquiry for Students, Faculty & Other Practitioners Advocating for Health through Occupational Studies: Vol. 1
, Article 1.
Available at: http://nsuworks.nova.edu/occupation/vol1/iss1/1