Participation-focused Assessment and Intervention: Applying Evidence to OT Practice


Summary: Given the focus on participation as a process, outcome and a civil right, participation-focused assessment and intervention represents a critical area of practice. Evidence on the impact of participation-focused... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Joy Hammel (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  2. Carolyn Baum (Washington University)
  3. Tim Wolf (University of Missouri)
  4. Anders Kottorp (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  5. Eric Asaba (Karolinska Institutet,)
  6. Susanne Guidetti (Karolinska Institutet,)
  7. Kjersti Vik (Sør-Trøndelag University College)

Topic Areas

WHO 2020 health promotion and disease prevention , Research methods , Practice and intervention methods , New and innovative intervention , Evidence based practice , Multiprofessional issues in practice, research and education


Workshop » 3K (09:40 - Friday, 17th June, AC203)