We are a group of University of Indianapolis occupational therapy students conducting a research study on the perceptions of occupational therapy practitioners on their use of telehealth services during the covid-19 pandemic. Participation will take approximately 15-30 minutes, there is no compensation for your participation. The title of the study is, An Examination of Occupational Therapy Telehealth Service Delivery Among Novice Users During the COVID Pandemic.The purpose of the study is to determine the practicality and satisfaction of telehealth as a delivery method for occupational therapists.
Participation in the study is voluntary and would create no more than minimal risk. No identifying information will be collected. Your participation is valuable and can illuminate the benefits and challenges of delivering OT services under an emergency order during the COVID 19 pandemic.
Criteria for eligibility is that you are an occupational therapy practitioner who was a novice to the telehealth delivery method at some point during the last 18 months of the COVID 19 pandemic.
This study is supervised by the Principal investigator, Dr. Lori Breeden. Dr. Breeden can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 317-788-3345, or at the mailing address below. Feel free to contact her should you have any questions about the study.
Thank you for your time and participation in this study. The link to the study is found here.