Am J Occup Ther ;67 3 — We sought to identify and describe the number, topics, and publishing trends of systematic reviews relevant to occupational therapy indexed in the OTseeker database. We performed a cross-sectional survey of the systematic reviews contained in OTseeker in December Of the 1, systematic reviews indexed in OTseeker, only 53 2. Only Occupational therapists need to search broadly to locate relevant systematic reviews or, alternatively, to use databases such as OTseeker.
Professional Reasoning in Occupational Therapy: A Scoping Review
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Scoping reviews in occupational therapy: the what, why, and how to
Introduction: This review investigates qualitative evidence regarding the effectiveness of motor interventions for children with developmental coordination disorder DCD. Method: Six databases were searched for qualitative studies conducted with school-age children with DCD and their parents to understand better which occupational therapy interventions are most effective for decreasing core symptoms and improving occupational outcomes. The Model of Human Occupation was used as a guide to structure the discussion and to illustrate how a model can be used to guide the therapeutic reasoning process regarding future intervention decisions.
Professional reasoning in occupational therapy is the process used by practitioners to plan, direct, perform, and reflect on client care. The objectives of this research were to identify and describe a the historical development of this area of research from to and b the nature and volume of the scientific literature on professional reasoning in occupational therapy and the evidence that exists today. A scoping review method was used to carry out an historical mapping of research on professional reasoning and to summarise the lines of research explored to date.