Florence Clark; Beyond High Definition: Attitude and Evidence Bringing OT in HD–3D. Am J Occup Ther 2012;66(6):644–651. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2012.666002
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Attitude: The North Dakota Occupational Therapy Association went on high alert knowing consumer access was on the line; AOTA took a cordial but firm tack and pursued negotiations with a sense of confidence, power, and justice.
Evidence: We accessed our best research studies, marshaled our experts on insurance policy and sensory integration, and stood tall on the foundation of scientific credibility and substance.
When you return home after this Conference, how will you strengthen your scientific evidence mindline?
How will you better weave it into your own practice?
How will your curriculum enhance its evidence-based focus?
Students, how will you better integrate evidence into your education?
How will all of you transform yourself, if you have not already, into a clinician who sees himself or herself as evidence based?
Interdisciplinary literature reviews
The AOTA Web site’s Evidence-Based Practice pages
Publications such as OT Practice and the American Journal of Occupational Therapy
The newly launched Evidence Exchange repository.
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