It sounds good, but does it work?
Canadians are now evaluating health services as they would any other product or service they may want to purchase. Occupational therapists are committed to best practice, i.e. making sure that their services are of maximum benefit. They do this through evidence-based practice and pursuing the outcomes that matter, to those that matter - the people and communities they serve. Occupational therapy researchers work with clinicians to ensure that they have the information that they need to offer the most effective care for a specific population.
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