A survey has been launched by the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) to start to identify the top 10 research priorities for occupational therapy in the UK. RCOT are looking for questions that research could answer to offer life-changing differences to people accessing occupational therapy services. We are supporting the project to ensure as many different perspectives as possible are represented in the survey responses.
RCOT would like to hear from occupational therapists, people who access occupational therapy services, their carers or family, and from people with different experiences of occupational therapy, including others working in the health and care environment.
We invite you to take part in the survey. It takes about 10 minutes and can be completed here www.rcot.co.uk/researchpriorities
RCOT is working with the James Lind Alliance in a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) to identify the top 10 research priorities for occupational therapy in the UK. More information can be found the RCOT website: www.rcot.co.uk/otpsp