Guidelines for Contributors to AJOT. Am J Occup Ther 2014;68(Supplement_3):S61-S65. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2014.686S11.
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Incidence and prevalence of client factors and how they relate to participation in occupations (e.g., activity and participation, roles)
Patterns of occupational engagement in various populations (e.g., how people spend their time)
Relationship of engagement in occupations to health and development across the lifespan
Physiological and psychological mechanisms of health conditions and the ability to participate in occupations (basic science studies)
Interventions that fall within the scope of occupational therapy (clinical trials)
Health services research relevant to occupational therapy
Activity and participation, and quality of life
Health policy research relating to occupational therapy or the facilitation of participation and healthy engagement in occupation
Pedagogy relating to the education of entry-level or postprofessional occupational therapy students, interprofessional education, or continuing education of health professionals.
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