Occupational therapy: what should the research priorities be?

What are the most important research questions that occupational therapists, people who access occupational therapy services and their carers want answered?
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This is the second survey as part of the occupational therapy research priority setting process. Previously the RCOT used a survey to capture everyone’s questions about occupational therapy. Now people are asked to help choose the questions that should be a priority for future research.

The RCOT is working with the James Lind Alliance in a Priority Setting Partnership to identify the top 10 priorities for future occupational therapy research in the UK.

The survey is available on-line or can be downloaded from the RCOT website.

The survey is open until 5pm on Tuesday 14 April.

COT is working with the James Lind Alliance (JLA) in a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) which will result in a list of the Top

For more information

Please visit www.rcot.co.uk/otpsp or contact Ruth Unstead-Joss

ruth.unstead-joss@rcot.co.uk 

0203 141 4695.

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