'Creating the evidence' - a new document sets out the priorities for research

17 July 2015

'Creating the evidence' - a new document sets out the priorities for research

In 2014-2015, the VdTMoCA Foundation (UK) undertook a study into Occupational Therapists' opinion of the priorities for research in the model in the UK (n=100).  Research priority setting is important in the profession to prevent disparate research and focusing research on priorities in order to develop a robust evidence base in the profession.  

Occupational Therapists, managers and educators are encouraged to consider and promote the priorities in this document to focus research in the UK for the next 5 years.  The Foundation (UK) will produce a Research Strategy 2015-2020 informed by 'Creating the evidence'.  

Download 'Creating the evidence: Research priorities for Vdt Model of Creative Ability informed occupational therapy' for free now from the Research & Networking page

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