Research Studies

NOTA, Inc. is happy to post research studies on our site for both members and non-members to view and complete. We do ask that all members of the research team be current NOTA members. For more information or to post a research study on the site please contact the NOTA Administrative Assistant at [email protected]

Preferred Methods of Learning Study

Hello! You are invited to participate in a survey regarding preferred methods of learning as it relates to acquiring and consuming evidence-based research practices within occupational therapy. This study is being done by graduate students in the Occupational Therapy program from The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota. You were selected to participate in this study because of your experience in the field of occupational therapy. This survey should take approximately 10 minutes and your participation will be completely anonymous. Thank you for your time.

Please click the link below to access the survey:
https://csscholastica.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4JllD0HIVXpgNKd

 Hannah Fenwick, OTS, Jacob Klein, OTS, Tessa Erickson-Thoemke, OTS, Zabida Bacchus, OTS, Sierra Twesten, OTS, Bria Schueler, OTS, Kylie Richter, OTS

 

Mindfulness-Based Intervention Study

Attention current Master’s and Doctoral degree occupational therapy students enrolling in level II fieldwork in the fall of 2020: we are enrolling interested volunteers to participate in a mindfulness-based intervention study. To be recruited for the study, you must be at least 19 years old. Study participation will be voluntary and confidential, and it will not affect your course enrollment or grade.

Study participation consists of approximately two and half hours over six weeks. Three raffle drawings for a 25-dollar Amazon gift card to will be held for all active participants during the study course to provide potential participant compensation. For more information and to enroll in the study, please click here: https://blueline.instructure.com/courses/1164329

Amanda C. Wise MS, OTR/L, NBC-HWC