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Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association
P.O. Box 5531 . Louisville, KY 40255 . Toll Free: 1-888-987-KOTA (5682) . Email: kotaweb@kotaweb.org

***Attention All Occupational Therapists currently/or have provided treatment using sensory-based interventions***

Hello Colleagues I am conducting a survey in order to gain an in-depth understanding of occupational therapists’ perceptions of sensory-based interventions, and evidence-based practice. Your opinions are important, and this survey is your chance to express those opinions. The survey measures opinions and perceptions, which means there are no "right" or "wrong" responses. I would like to get your participation in order to ensure that each and every occupational therapists’ voice is heard. Please be aware that your responses to the questionnaire are completely anonymous. I will not be able to attribute responses to any individual. I have chosen this approach to ensure that you feel confident and able to give feedback. Please give it your prompt attention. The questionnaire will take you approximately 15 minutes to complete. This project has been approved by Quinnipiac University’s Institutional Review Board.

If you have questions or would like further information, please contact Denese Carter, BS, OTR/L at denese.carter@quinnipiac.edu or Tara Glennon, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA at tara.glennon@quinnipiac.edu.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Please forward this survey link to other occupational therapists.

Click the link below to access the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SensoryEvid

My name is Jaime Schilling, and I am a Post Professional Doctoral student in the Occupational Therapy Department of Quinnipiac University.  I am contacting you because I am a co-investigator in a study exploring how public school-based occupational therapists are supporting student attainment of keyboarding skills for children in grades kindergarten through twelve.  This brief survey (which should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, and is completely anonymous), will add to the body of literature addressing practice patterns and intervention approaches that school-based occupational therapists are using in order to promote the development of keyboarding skills in students attending public schools.  
We are actively recruiting occupational therapy practitioners who spend at least 75% of each week working in public schools within the United States.  We were hoping that you would help us to recruit participants by posting this invitation and link to our survey on your website, or via email to your members.  Feel free to copy and paste this email into any of your correspondences.  
Here is the link to our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Keyboardinginschools 
This research has been reviewed and approved in accordance with Quinnipiac University’s IRB procedures for research involving human subjects. If you have any questions, please contact Jaime Schilling M.S., OTR/L at Jaime.Schilling@quinnipiac.edu or Mindy Garfinkel OTD, OTR/L at Mindy.Garfinkel@quinnipiac.eduWe appreciate your consideration in helping us gain further knowledge of the current practices of occupational therapists in supporting student attainment of keyboarding skills. Thank you!

Sincerely,


Jaime Schilling
 M.S., OTR/L

 Greetings, 

You are invited to participate in a research study. The purpose of the study is to determine perceptions about the entry-level doctoral degree. 

We are inviting you to be a part of this study if you are a current occupational therapy practitioner or a student enrolled in an entry-level degree program leading to an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant degree. 

If you agree to participate, we would like you to answer a series of general demographic questions and 20 questions pertaining to your perception of the occupational therapy doctorate degree. At the end of each set of questions, you will need to advance to the next screen to continue the survey until you reach the end. You will have the option to answer or not answer each question on the survey. Upon submission of your survey answers, your participation is complete. It will take approximately 10 – 15 minutes to complete the online survey. 

We will keep the information you provide anonymous, however federal regulatory agencies and the University of South Dakota Institutional Review Board (a committee that reviews and approves research studies) may inspect and copy records pertaining to this research. 

Your responses will be anonymous to ensure that they cannot be linked to you. 

If we write a report about this study we will do so in such a way that you cannot be identified. 

There are no known risks from being in this study, and you will not benefit personally. However, 

we hope that others may benefit in the future from what we learn as a result of this study. 

All survey responses that we receive will be treated confidentially and stored on a secure server. However, given that the surveys can be completed from any computer (e.g., personal, work, school), we are unable to guarantee the security of the computer on which you choose to enter your responses. As a participant in our study, we want you to be aware that certain "key logging" software programs exist that can be used to track or capture data that you enter and/or websites that you visit.

V 11.19.09 

IRB Approval effective from: 10/24/2016 USD IRB 

Your participation in this research study is completely voluntary. If you decide not to be in this study, or if you stop participating at any time, you will not be penalized or lose any benefits for which you are otherwise entitled. 

If you have any questions, concerns or complaints now or later, you may contact us at the number below. If you have any questions about your rights as a human subject, complaints, concerns or wish to talk to someone who is independent of the research, contact the Office of Human Subjects Protections at 605/677-6184. Thank you for your time.

If you would like to participate in this study, please access the survey through the link provided. 

https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=174143 

 

Thank you for your time. 

Ranelle Nissen, MS, OTR/L Whitney Lucas Molitor, MS, OTR/L 

Assistant Professor Instructor 

(605) 658-6378 (605) 658-6397 

Ranelle.Nissen@usd.edu WhitneyLucasMolitor@usd.edu 

 

Whitney Lucas Molitor, MS, OTR/L

Instructor

(605) 658-6397

Whitney.LucasMolitor@usd.edu 

 

Department of Occupational Therapy 

The University of South Dakota 

414 E. Clark St. 

Vermillion, SD 57069


 

Dear occupational therapy practitioners, 

        We are second year occupational therapy students and faculty from Midwestern University conducting a research study and would like to ask for your assistance. The purpose of our study is to gain insight from practitioners and clients on the extent to which occupational therapy practitioners in neurorehabilitation settings are addressing the psychosocial needs of clients post-stroke. We hope to be able to provide a description of the current state of practice in this area. 

           If you have at least six months of experience working as an OT practitioner in a neurorehabilitation setting, please complete a brief survey regarding your practice and knowledge related to this topic. The survey should take no longer than 10-15 minutes to complete. You may follow this link in order to access the survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/practitioners

After you complete the survey, please consider passing the link or this email along to your OT and OTA colleagues in neurorehabilitative practice.

We appreciate your assistance and look forward to your responses. If you have any additional questions or would like to receive the results of this study upon its completion, you can contact the Principal Investigator of this study, Dr. Emily K. Simpson, Associate Professor in the Occupational Therapy Program, for information.

Phone: 630-515-7127

Email: esimps@midwestern.edu

Both this email and the study have been approved by Midwestern’s Institutional Review Board (#2888).

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Brittany Branstetter, OTS-II

Evan Lines, OTS-II

Narissa Ramirez, OTS-II

Aileen Reed, OTS-II

Emily Simpson, PhD, OTR/L

We are second year occupational therapy students and faculty from Midwestern University conducting a research study and would like to ask for your assistance. The purpose of our study is to gain insight from practitioners and clients on the extent to which occupational therapy practitioners in neurorehabilitation settings are addressing the psychosocial needs of clients post-stroke. We hope to be able to provide a description of the current state of practice in this area.

If you have at least six months of experience working as an OT practitioner in a neurorehabilitation setting, please complete a brief survey regarding your practice and knowledge related to this topic. The survey should take no longer than 10-15 minutes to complete. You may follow this link in order to access the survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/practitioners

After you complete the survey, please consider passing the link or this email along to your OT and OTA colleagues in neurorehabilitative practice.

We appreciate your assistance and look forward to your responses. If you have any additional questions or would like to receive the results of this study upon its completion, you can contact the Principal Investigator of this study, Dr. Emily K. Simpson, Associate Professor in the Occupational Therapy Program, for information.

Phone: 630-515-7127 Email: esimps@midwestern.edu

Both this email and the study have been approved by Midwestern’s Institutional Review Board (#2888). Thank you for your time and consideration,

Brittany Branstetter, OTS-II

Evan Lines, OTS-II

Narissa Ramirez, OTS-II

Aileen Reed, OTS-II