Jane Bear-Lehman; Comparison of the Occupational Therapy Research Agenda With the National Institutes of Health Roadmap for Medical Research. Am J Occup Ther 2012;66(2):250-253. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2012.002840.
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Understand and be conversant about the similarities and differences between basic and applied scientific inquiry and their interrelationships;
Be comfortable with and confident in being an occupational therapist and knowledgeable regarding the profession’s focus, goals, and means;
Understand the knowledge deficits and research needs of the occupational therapy profession and the ways these can be ameliorated through the work of multidiscipline, cross-profession, multiskilled research teams;
Describe the nature of occupational therapy in language that is understood by the biosocial disciplines, other health-related professions, and community members (e.g., using, where appropriate, language of the ICF);
Hear, understand, and appreciate the various agendas (stated and unstated) of multidiscipline, cross-profession, multiskilled research teams; and
Participate in the necessary give, take, and compromise of multidiscipline, cross-professional, multiskilled research teams.
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