New Grants and Funding
NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts
Federal Government & Non-Government Links for Funding
AOTF lists these government and non-government links as a service to the occupational therapy community. This list is not meant to be all inclusive; updates and additional resources are welcomed and should be sent to email@example.com.
Embase | Biomedical Literature Database
Epistemonikos | Database of the best Evidence-Based Health Care
Healthy People 2030 | health.gov
NARIC | REHABDATA | National Rehabilitation Information Center
NIH | National Library of Medicine
PCORI | Health Care Horizon Scanning System: Emerging Health Care Innovation Briefs
PCORI | Engagement Tool and Resource Repository
ProQuest | Dissertations & Theses Global
REACHLab | Peer Support Toolkit
REACHLab |Toolkit for Remote Inclusive Research
SimplyAnalytics | Data Visualization Tool
Topic Specific Databases
EBSCO | AgeLine
EBSCO | Anthropology Plus
EBSCO | SPORTDiscus
ProQuest | ASSIA: Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts
ProQuest | PTSDpubs
ProQuest | Sociological Abstracts
Community Engagement Studios: A Structured Approach to Obtaining Meaningful Input From Stakeholders to Inform Research
Joosten YA, Israel TL, Williams NA, Boone LR, Schlundt DG, Mouton CP, Dittus RS, Bernard GR, Wilkins CH. Community Engagement Studios: A Structured Approach to Obtaining Meaningful Input From Stakeholders to Inform Research. Acad Med. 2015 Dec;90(12):1646-50. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000794. PMID: 26107879; PMCID: PMC4654264.
Pathfinders: Guides to Information Sources
Pathfinders are guides to information sources on specific topics often researched by occupational therapists and directs you to specific and reliable sources of information on a topic. The books, videos, websites and other sources that are included on the pathfinders have been evaluated and selected by librarians at the Wilma L. West Library, so you can be confident that the information will be current, reliable and credible.
Developed by AOTF's Academic Development Committee, these Research Competencies were approved by the AOTA Representative Assembly in 1998. They are intended to provide support for educators working to meet the ACOTE Standards for Education. Research is a way of discovering knowledge through the systematic investigation of a phenomenon or problem.
FYREworks | On-Line Research Training Module for individuals with IDD
Online Training Modules: The Ohio Disability and Health Program, Part I: Persons with Physical and Sensory Disabilities (WB2695) and Part II: Persons with Developmental Disabilities (WD2564).
Ableism in Medicine and Clinical Research | NICHD
- Access Day 1 of the Virtual Workshop
- Access Day 2 of the Virtual Workshop