OT Potential Podcast
Summary: This podcast is for occupational therapy practitioners and students looking to keep up with evidence based practice. Each week, we review one OT-related journal article.
OT and Belonging
Research about biomarkers to assess the efficacy of occupational therapy has become a trend in the OT Potential Podcast.
This week in the OT Potential Club, we look at a randomized control trial of the PLAY Project, which is an early-intervention program that treats young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
This week’s podcast, looks at 10 priorities that have been set for future Parkinson’s Disease (PD) research.
This week's article examines how the time of day (and day of the week) that a patient is admitted to the hospital can impact the quality of care (including OT care) that he or she will receive.
Occupational therapy has an important role to play in the care of patients with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, and I hope this podcast helps you understand why.
This week on the OT Potential Podcast, we are looking at a very timely and important issue: OT's role in pain management, specifically with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
This article review illuminates the problems of the fee-per-service and of the lack of transparency regarding healthcare costs.
Is my OT care helping my patients? Biomarkers represent a new frontier in helping us answer this question.
If your caseload contains patients with Parkinson's Disease, you'll definitely want to listen in to this episode, which summarizes the article "Rehabilitation for Parkinson's disease: Current outlook and future challenges."
Virtual Reality, Stroke, and OT
In this episode of the OT Potential Podcast, we look at the article Screening for autism spectrum disorder in young children: US preventive services task force recommendation statement.
In the 13th episode of the OT Potential Podcast, we look at the 2016 update of the EULAR recommendations for the management of early arthritis.
Pain, Virtual Reality and OT
The 11th episode of the OT Potential Podcast features a review of the article, Universal newborn screening for congenital CMV infection: What is the evidence of potential benefit?