Research and Funding Opportunities
CAOT supports the dissemination of research activities and funding opportunities that advance the practice of occupational therapy in Canada. Researchers have the opportunity to post surveys and calls for recruitment on this Research Listing. To request consideration for posting, please complete the electronic form or contact Julie Lapointe for specific questions about this opportunity at email@example.com or at 1-800-434-2268 ext. 260.
CAOT encourages its members to be active participants in building the body of evidence supporting the profession of occupational therapy.
Disclaimer: CAOT’s acceptance to post a research opportunity is not an endorsement of the research project. The posted opportunities have not been subject to a methodological quality review by CAOT. For concerns related to a specific posting, please contact the principal investigator designated in the invitation letter.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no fee for this service.
|Investigating Chronic Pain and Falls
Do you have #chronicpain and had a fall in the past year? A research team at Queen’s University wants to learn more, please follow the link to complete a one-time survey: http://bit.ly/painfall
(Nov 27, 2019 - Jan 27, 2020)
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|CoPILOT Market Assessment
Researchers from UBC are investigating a new powered wheelchair technology and training system. This 10 minute survey seeks feedback on this technology and training system, and whether this would be a useful tool in your practice. We are looking for clinicians with experience with powered wheelchair provision in any setting.
(Nov 18 - Dec 20)
|Take the survey|
Identifying Current Driver Rehabilitation Practices For Clients with Physical Impairments
There are currently no driver rehabilitation guidelines for the optimal amount of training when adaptive driving equipment is prescribed. This survey aims to identify common intervention practices and factors that influence driver rehabilitation recommendations that driver rehabilitation specialists use when working with clients needing adaptive driving equipment.
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COTF Awards, Research Grants and Scholarships
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|WorkSafeBC research grant competition
Do you have an idea that could help improve workplace health and safety?
We are pleased to announce the launch of our 2020 Innovation at Work research grant competition. These grants support small-scale research projects that lead to the development of practical solutions to address workplace health and safety issues.
Any Canadian resident may apply for this competition. There are no specific education or training requirements needed. We welcome applications from individuals with non-academic backgrounds. Academics may also apply but they require a non-academic team member, who takes an active role.
Applications open: November 22, 2019
Letter of Intent: December 20, 2019 (optional)
Applications close: February 14, 2020
Please share this information with your Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists members. Is there a website or newsletter this can be posted in?
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We encourage applicants to reach out to us with any questions or assistance in completing the application form. You may contact us at 604-244-6300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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