Evidence-Based Practice for Occupational Therapists

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Wiley, Jan 17, 2000 - Medical - 200 pages
Evidence-based practice is one of the driving forces in current healthcare practice. Occupational therapists recognize the need for research and for an evidence-based approach to intervention, yet they may need guidance on how to achieve this. This book makes evidence-based practice accessible and relevant to occupational therapists, using examples from therapy practice.

Key features:
*explores the value of both qualitative and quantitative research as evidence
*explains how to make evidence-based practice work in the clinical setting
*includes many worked examples

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Clare Taylor is Principal Lecturer for the Occupational Therapy Subject Group, School of Health & Social Sciences, Coventry University.

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