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Attitudes of mental health occupational therapists toward evidence-based practice: Attitudes des ergothérapeutes travaillant en santé mentale face à la pratique fondée sur les faits scientifiques/ Danielle P. Hitch

By: Hitch DP.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleContent type: Media type: Article Carrier type: Subject(s): Pràctica basada en l'evidència | Actitud | Psiquiatria | Teràpia Ocupacional basada en l'evidènciaOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: CANADIAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2016 FEB; 83(1): 27-32Summary: Background. Evidence-based practice is an important driver in modern health care and has become a priority in mental health occupational therapy in recent years. mental health occupational therapists toward evidence-based practice. the Evidence-Based Practice Attitude Scale (EBPAS). Mann-Whitney U tests and Spearman’s rho were used to analyze the data. attitudes toward evidence-based practices comparable to established norms. Respondents with further qualifications beyond their professional degree were significantly more likely to try new interventions (p = .31). Significant negative correlations were found also for the subscales of Appeal and Openness in relation to years of occupational therapy practice (rho = –.354, p = .023; rho = –.344, p = 0.28) and mental health experience (rho = –.390, p = 0.12; rho = –.386, p = .013). evidence-based practice.
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Background. Evidence-based practice is an important driver in modern health care and has become a priority in mental health occupational therapy in recent years. mental health occupational therapists toward evidence-based practice. the Evidence-Based Practice Attitude Scale (EBPAS). Mann-Whitney U tests and Spearman’s rho were used to analyze the data. attitudes toward evidence-based practices comparable to established norms. Respondents with further qualifications beyond their professional degree were significantly more likely to try new interventions (p = .31). Significant negative correlations were found also for the subscales of Appeal and Openness in relation to years of occupational therapy practice (rho = –.354, p = .023; rho = –.344, p = 0.28) and mental health experience (rho = –.390, p = 0.12; rho = –.386, p = .013). evidence-based practice.

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