What are the priorities in occupational therapy research? Have your say in this survey – now live.

The Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) wants to hear from people who have experience of accessing occupational therapy services, their family and carers, and others working in the health and care environment.
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This is the second survey as part of the occupational therapy research priority setting process. Previously the RCOT used a survey to capture everyone’s questions about occupational therapy. Now people are asked to help choose the questions that should be a priority for future research.

The RCOT is working with the James Lind Alliance in a Priority Setting Partnership to identify the top 10 priorities for future occupational therapy research in the UK.

The survey is available on-line or can be downloaded from the RCOT website.

The survey is open until 5pm on Tuesday 14 April.


For more information

Please visit www.rcot.co.uk/otpsp or contact Ruth Unstead-Joss via ruth.unstead-joss@rcot.co.uk or call her on 0203 141 4695.

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