Häkan Törnebohm; What is Worth Knowing in Occupational Therapy?. Am J Occup Ther 1991;45(5):451–454. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.45.5.451
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It is assumed that all professional work presupposes and is regulated by paradigms, which are owned by practitioners. Research oriented to a field of practice serves to influence the paradigms in that field and, consequently, the practices in it. Researchers in a field oriented to occupational therapy must find out what the practitioners in that field need to know. They have to explore for problems by engaging in discussions on paradigm issues together with practicing occupational therapists. This paper presents a sketch of a possible occupational therapy paradigm along with lists of queries that make use of essays written by occupational therapists.
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