SURVEY LINK: https://is.gd/jchs_surveyjt18
We are graduate students at Jefferson College of Health Sciences in the Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy Program. For our thesis, we are examining the comfort levels of occupational therapy practitioners when treating clients identifying within the LGBTQIA community, along with determining if a client’s sexual orientation or gender identity has any impact on the occupational therapy evaluation or intervention processes.
A 24-item survey is open to any occupational therapy practitioner that meets the inclusion criteria. This survey is voluntary, anonymous, and confidential. Please only take the survey once. This survey expires on March 2, 2018.
Licensed occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant
Currently working in a clinical setting
Practicing within the United States or its territories
Retired OT/OTA practitioners
OT/OTA practitioners working in a research setting or academia
If you are interested in completing this brief 5-10 minute survey, go to this link: https://is.gd/jchs_surveyjt18
Thank you for taking the time to assist us in our educational endeavors. If you would like a copy of the study and its results, please contact our Primary Investigator, Jordan Tucker PT, DPT.
Jordan Tucker, PT, DPT
101 Elm Ave., SE
Roanoke, VA 24013
Hayley Keen, OTS, Sarah Kraska, OTS, and Katie Suther, OTS
Jefferson College of Health Sciences