Humans and society. Social stratification. Organizations. Social research techniques. Sociology of health.
The subject of psycho-sociology degree given to students of Occupational Therapy offers an approach to the analysis of health and psycho-social phenomenon. This will address the different dimensions of health and disease in relation to social structure and behavior of social groups and individuals. This course provides training to occupational therapy students considering social factors in the processes that affect the welfare of the people in your social life. This makes it one hand pointing to the importance of social factors in the occurrence of such processes, and secondly, to highlight how these processes interfere with the development of life in society. This discipline provides tools for professional action in those situations in which the patterns and modes of behavior and relationships of people, are affected.