Occupational Therapy Australia
A critically appraised topic (or CAT) is a short summary of evidence on a topic of interest, usually focussed around a clinical question. A CAT is like a shorter and less rigorous version of a systematic review, summarising the best available research evidence on a topic.
The Kids health information package has practical, user-friendly and time-efficient resource for therapists to use in conjunction with an occupational therapy program. The package consists of information and activity idea sheets that are based on collective evidence-based clinical experience and current resources and journals.
The professional association for occupational therapists. Opportunities provided for members to enhance best practice through professional development, support and access to profession specific information.
Functions of the OT Board of Australia include: developing standards, codes and guidelines for the OT profession; approving accreditation standards and accredited courses of study; & assessing overseas trained practitioners who wish to practise in Australia.