OTs and PTs Needed for School Outcomes Measures Study
Editor’s Note: We were approached by a student at the University of Oklahoma to let us know that they are looking for school-based OTs and PS – who are currently serving middle and high school students – for a school outcomes measures study. Of course, we are happy to spread the word. Here is the information!
The Department of Rehabilitation Sciences of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is conducting a study to validate the School Outcomes Measure (SOM). The SOM is a minimal data set for collecting outcomes of children who receive school-based physical therapy and occupational therapy.
Who should participate?
Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists who:
a. are currently providing physical therapy or occupational therapy services to middle school, junior high, and high school-aged students;
b. have access to a computer, and
c. have about 1 hour to devote to completing the SOM during February or March, 2013
What does the study involve?
Completion of the on-line version of the SOM for two middle school, junior high, or high school students on your current case load during February or March, 2013.
Learn More About this Study and How to Participate
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