Diana M. Bailey; Ways to Retain or Reactivate Occupational Therapists. Am J Occup Ther 1990;44(1):31–37. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.44.1.31
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The previous paper (Bailey, 1990) reported on the reasons for leaving occupational therapy in a sample of 696 therapists. This follow-up paper discusses the reasons given and suggests ways to retain or reactivate therapists. The issues addressed include child rearing; geographic location; feeling professionally out of date; excessive paperwork; lack of pay and promotional opportunities; returning to school; stress; disillusionment; type of caseloads; illness; desire for more status, autonomy, and challenge; and lack of in-service training and continuing education.
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