Corinne Dawes is conducting research as part of an MSc Advanced Occupational Therapy award under the supervision of Dr. Roshni Khatri, subject leader, Health Professions, Faculty of Health Education and Society at University of Northampton.
The aim of the research is an exploration of occupational therapist’s perceptions of using the APOM in forensic mental health inpatient settings.
Corinne is seeking qualified occupational therapists who currently work in a forensic mental health inpatient setting with a minimum of two years’ experience in this field. Participants will also need to have been using the APOM (Activity Participation Outcome Measure) as part of their routine clinical practice for a minimum of one year.
If you would like to participate please click here to access the Recruitment Advert, Participant Information Sheet, Consent form and Questionnaire.
If you have any further queries please email Corinne directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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