Surveys / Research
The Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists is committed to support occupational therapy research and will promote OSOT member participation in promoting research that support the development of knowledge about occupational therapy practice and/or occupational therapists.
To promote membership awareness of opportunities to participate in research activities relating to occupational therapy, the Society circulates a bi-monthly Supporting Occupational Therapy Research communique by email to all OSOT members (approximately 4, 400 Ontario occupational therapists and student occupational therapists) which will include researchers’ project descriptions and any links to online surveys. In addition, the Society will post this information to the OSOT website.
For more details and to send in your research survey for publication, please see our order form.
The following posts have been purchased by the researchers to access OSOT membership. While posting does not imply OSOT partnership or sponsorship, we encourage members to participate!
Charlène Rochefort-Allie, BScOT, OT Reg. (QC, NB), Post-professional Masters candidate, School of Occupational Therapy, Dalhousie University
You are invited to participate in a study conducted at Dalhousie University to identify the ways Canadian occupational therapists integrate health equity approaches into their professional practice and what might enhance that work. This 20-minute survey aims at understanding the current practices, opportunities for actions, and challenges encountered by occupational therapists in their day-to-day work.
December 1, 2019