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OT Potential Podcast | Occupational Therapy EBP

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This podcast is for occupational therapy practitioners and students looking to keep up with evidence based practice. Each week, we discuss one influential OT-related journal article.


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OT vs. No Therapy— which is better?
Anytime we compare the outcomes of patients receiving OT vs. no therapy, we have a vested interest—we clearly want to see that the OT group has better outcomes.But, the harsh reality is that this is not always the case.When we run into examples where OT doesn't seem to be effective, we all need to all step into a growth mindset and confront this failure head-on.There is a lot to learn from this article, which looks at OT vs no therapy for mild to moderate Parkinson's Disease, and I think it might be one of the most important articles for us to take in this year.To discuss this article please join us at the OT Potential Club.Also, as mentioned in the podcast, here is our blog post with the ongoing best price on MedBridge. Clarke, C., Walker, M., Sackley, C., Patel, S., Ives, N., Dowling, F. and Woolley, R. (2016). Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy and Mild to Moderate Parkinson Disease.. JAMA Neurology, 73(7), p.894.Support the show
OT, Exergaming, and MS
We have already seen our fair share of technology-related research on the podcast, but this week's article introduces a type of tech that we have not yet discussed: exergaming.This particular article looks at exergaming for patients with MS, but it also brought up larger questions about the role of OT in exercise and habit formation—and, ultimately, in identity transformation.To discuss this article please join us at the OT Potential Club.Also, here is the blog post mentioned in the article: OT vs PA: Which to be? Finally, please consider supporting this podcast by checking out our info on the MedBridge Black Friday promo code and giveaway from 11/28-12/2. Plow, M., & Finlayson, M. (2013). A Qualitative Study Exploring the Usability of Nintendo Wii Fit among Persons with Multiple Sclerosis. Occupational Therapy International, 21(1), 21–32. doi: 10.1002/oti.1345Support the show
OT and the CO-OP Approach
I believe that the future of occupational therapy will involve more intentional incorporation of learning strategies into our treatment sessions.That's why I think it is very important that we all pay attention to the evidence that is piling up behind the CO-OP Approach, which is a systematized learning strategy.I'm personally new to this specific approach, so I'm really excited for you all to weigh in on what you think of it.To discuss this article please join us at the OT Potential Club.Scammell, E. M., Bates, S. V., Houldin, A., & Polatajko, H. J. (2016). The Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP): A scoping review. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 83(4), 216–225. doi: 10.1177/0008417416651277Support the show

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    Mar 22nd, 2019
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    Nov 24th, 2019
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