Elizabeth A. Wickersham, M. Laurita Fike, Elaine Rousseau, John T. Boyer, Keith E. Meredith, Catherine A. Clay; Arthritis: Preferred Learning Methods Among Arizona Therapists. Am J Occup Ther 1982;36(8):509–514. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.36.8.509
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Arizona occupational and physical therapists were surveyed about their needs for education in arthritis. Responses to statements regarding attitudes, knowledge, willingness to learn, and preferred methods of learning were subjected to chi-square analysis. The results showed that a significant number of both occupational and physical therapists are deficient in knowledge about the disease and maintain negative attitudes about patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Both groups indicated a high interest in continuing education about arthritis. The preferred method of learning was self-study guides.
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