Welcome to My Survey

Introduction:

This survey is part of a collaborative research study conducted by the Occupational Therapy Programs at A. T. Still University, University of Puget Sound, University of Washington, and the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at Pima Medical Institute.  The goals of this study are (1) to describe perceived competencies essential for OT-OTA collaboration and (2) to identify how these perceived competencies were developed by OT practitioners.  Your participation is voluntary and will only involve completing the electronic survey.  Completing this survey should require approximately 10-15 minutes of your time. We are seeking your opinion, therefore, do not request outside help in answering these questions.  Please answer each question honestly and to the best of your abilities. You are not required to identify yourself on the questionnaire, and as an anonymous, electronic survey the researchers will not have access to any identifiers linked to your response.  The results of this research might be published.  Because this survey is anonymous, research reports or publications resulting from this research will not reveal your name or identity.  Your research record will remain confidential.  There are no direct benefits to you for completing this questionnaire, but results of the survey may help improve OT and OTA student preparation for fieldwork and practice.  Survey completion is an indication of your consent.

If you have questions regarding this research project and/or the survey, you may contact any one of us:

Rachel Diamant, PhD, OTR/L, BCP; OT Program at A. T. Still University
rdiamant@atsu.edu

Cecille Corsilles-Sy, PhD, OTR/L; OTA Program at Pima Medical Institute, Washington State
ccorsillessy@pmi.edu

Jennifer S. Pitonyak, PhD, OTR/L, SCFES; OT Program at University of Washington
jsp15@uw.edu

Anne B. James, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA; OT Program at University of Puget Sound
abjames@pugetsound.edu

Thank you!!

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