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1. Citation: Anaby, D., Korner-Bitensky, N., Law, M., & Cormier, I.(2015). Focus on participation for children and youth with disabilities: Supporting therapy practice through a guided knowledge translation process. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 1-10. DOI: 10.1177/0308022614563942
Title: Focus on participation for children and youth with disabilities: Supporting therapy practice through a guided knowledge translation process
Author(s): Anaby, D.
Korner-Bitensky, N.
Law, M.
Cormier, I.
Year: 2015
Journal/Publication: British journal of Occupational Therapy
Abstract: This research paper focuses on therapy practices toward supporting children and youth with disabilities. The two primary goals identified by the paper are to bridge the current knowledge gap surrounding participation and environment, and to evaluate an intervention plan. The study participants consisted of two groups of seven clinicians working in Montreal Canada. A tool known as the Professional Evaluation and Reflection on Change Tool (PERFECT) was used to evaluate change.
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http://bjo.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/04/23/0308022614563942.full.pdf+html

Type of KT Strategy: Group Training
Knowledge Broker
Target Group: Researchers
Service Provider
Evidence Level: 4
Record Updated:2015-09-17
 

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