Sharon A. Gutman; AJOT Publication Priorities. Am J Occup Ther 2010;64(5):679-681. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2010.064501.
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Pilot or small randomized controlled trials (with or without intention-to-treat analysis)
Nonrandomized, controlled pretest–posttest designs
Crossover designs, repeated-measures designs, randomized block designs, follow-up designs
Multiple-baseline, multiple-participant, single-subject designs (>5 participants)
Feasibility studies that pilot and test preliminary outcomes
Case studies that report truly novel intervention.
Cost and time efficiency
Patient adherence and tolerance.
Should the entry-level practice degree be a master’s degree or a doctorate?
Should the American Council for Occupational Therapy Education endorse the removal of the hard sciences (e.g., anatomy, neuroscience, and kinesiology) from occupational therapy curricula for alternate placement of those courses at the undergraduate, prerequisite level?
Should the American Occupational Therapy Foundation use limited funds to support research that cannot contribute to the evidence base regarding practice effectiveness and efficiency?
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