Dear Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants,  
You are invited to participate in a research study about the reported burnout among occupational therapy practitioners working a minimum of 35 hours weekly in a clinical or academic occupational therapy setting. According to the literature, there is a discrepancy between some publications that state that occupational therapy is among the top professions for a variety of reasons and other literature stating that occupational therapy practitioners experience burnout. This research may be used to promote the occupational therapy field or to raise awareness of possible burnout among occupational therapy practitioners. All responses are confidential and anonymous.   
The study is being conducted by occupational therapy doctoral students as part of a research requirement from Creighton University.   
To participate in the brief (10-15 minute) online survey, occupational therapy practitioners must:  
  • Currently work a minimum of 35 hours weekly in a clinical or academic occupational therapy setting  
  • Be a registered and licensed occupational therapist or a certified and licensed occupational therapy assistant  
Follow this link to participate today: 
Participants are allowed to discontinue taking the survey at any time with no consequences.  
Thank you for your time and contribution to the promotion and development of occupational therapy! Please feel free to share with others via snowball sampling.  
Kyle Bailey, Katelyn DuPont, Brian Jensen, Janae Myers and Caroline Silva  
Mentored by Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L  
Please feel free to contact with any comments or questions.