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Top 10 Most Downloaded OTJR Articles in 2020

OTJR: Occupation, Participation, and Health is published quarterly by the American Occupational Therapy Foundation. This international peer-reviewed journal offers empirical and review articles to readers interested in factors of human participation and how such factors influence health and well-being.

Read the Top 10 Most Downloaded OTJR Articles in 2020 (published in 2020):

A Systematic Review of Interventions to Improve the Occupation of Play in Children With Autism
Heather Kuhaneck, Susan L. Spitzer, Stefanie C. Bodison
Volume 40 Issue 2; 10.1177/1539449219880531

Feasibility of Telehealth-Delivered Home Safety Evaluations for Caregivers of Clients With Dementia
Lauren R. Moo, Megan E. Gately, Scott A. Trudeau
Volume 40 Issue 1; 10.1177/1539449219859935

Pilot Study: Occupational Therapy in an Equine Environment for Youth With Autism
Wendy Wood, B. Caitlin Peters, Anita Bundy, Susan Hepburn
Volume 40 Issue 3; 10.1177/1539449220912723

Effectiveness of Transition Readiness Interventions by School-Based Occupational Therapy Personnel
Tony LoBianco, Amy Spence, Lisa Sakemiller, Doris Pierce
Volume 40 Issue 1; 10.1177/1539449219850129

OTJR: 2019 in Review
Sarah Krasniuk, Sherrilene Classen
Volume 40 Issue 1; 10.1177/1539449219894443

Scoping Review of Self-Advocacy Education Interventions to Improve Care
Kelly Tanner, Elizabeth K. Schmidt, Julie Faieta
Volume 40 Issue 1; 10.1177/1539449219860583

How Qualitative Case Study Methodology Informs Occupational Therapy Practice: A Scoping Review
Suzana Hercegovac, Jocelyn Kernot, Mandy Stanley
Volume 40 Issue 1; 10.1177/1539449219850123

Effectiveness of a Functional Literacy Program for Sheltered Homeless Adults
Karen Marx, Christie Santana, Lenin C. Grajo, Ashley Sgandurra, Devon Paciello, Krysti Teng, Sharon A. Gutman, Katie Langan, Hannah Gelb
Volume 40 Issue 1; 10.1177/1539449219850126

The Family Meal Model: Influences on Family Mealtime Participation
Elizabeth Ramey, Sandra Richardson, Beth W. DeGrace, Susan B. Sisson, Sarah L. Smith
Volume 40 Issue 2; 10.1177/1539449219876878

Use of Occupation-Based Measures in LSVT BIG Research: A Case Study
Taylor Wilhelm, Jaquelyn Bliss, Anna E. Boone, Whitney Henderson, Joy Heady, Micaela Nettleton
Volume 40 Issue 2; 10.1177/1539449219886261

Did you know AOTA members receive a discounted subscription rate of $108/year to OTJR? Subcriptions for non-members available as well.
 

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Selected Previous Initiatives of the AOTF

The Center for Outcomes Research and Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago

1994-2002

The Center for Outcomes Research and Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, funded in 1994 and supported through 2003, developed outcomes studies and generated evidence upon which to base effective practice. Since 1994, CORE doctoral and post-doctoral fellows have generated over $11 million in funding. The concept of a scholarship of practice has generated two new international efforts in London and Stockholm to replicate CORE's idea of advancing and documenting the outcomes of practice. Notably, these efforts bring together scholars and practitioners in a common effort.CORE sponsored a series of events at the 2002 AOTA Annual Conference in Miami and a one-day institute at the AOTA Council on Education Program Directors' Meeting in November 2002. CORE and AOTF sponsored a scientific panel on Participatory Action Research at the AOTA Annual Conference in June 2003.

Program for the Study of Habits, Health, and Society

1999-2007

From 1999 to 2007, the AOTF Institute sponsored three interdisciplinary conferences to enable scholarly exploration of the construct of human habit and its role in everyday life. 

The third of these conference, "Habits III," convened in January 2007 and involved eighty-nine scholars representing twelve fields and disciplines. The proceedings of this conference, entitled Habit and Rehabilitation: Promoting Participation, are available through the publisher SLACK, Inc. as the supplement to the fall 2007 issue of OTJR: Occupation, Participation, and Health. 

Task Force on Occupation in Societal Crises

2002

Task Force on Occupation in Societal Crises, created in 2002 in response to the attack on 9/11, linked occupational therapy perspectives to societal networks that help people manage stress and create a healthy balance through meaningful occupation.