Factors related to Evidence-Based Practice (EBP): Stages of readiness for occupational therapists at convalescent rehabilitation wards Yusuke Masuda 1 , Jun Yaeda 2 , Sachiko Sakata 1 , Kunitsugu Kondo 1 1Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital 2Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, Tsukuba University Keyword: EBOT , エビデンス , 回復期リハビリテーション病棟 , 作業療法士 , 調査 , Evidence-Based Occupational Therapy , Evidence , Convalescent rehabilitation wards , Occupational therapists , Survey pp.499-507
Published Date 2018/10/15
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 The purpose of the study was to clarify the factors related to the Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) of occupational therapists at convalescent rehabilitation wards, and to discuss the strategies to utilize EBP. A postal survey was sent to 1,000 occupational therapists, using the EBP Scale for Japanese occupational therapists, and a total of 265 responded. A multiple regression analysis yielded 4 factors: (1) perceived self-efficacy of EBP, (2) workplace readiness of EBP usage, (3) frequency of using search engines, and (4) perceived barriers of EBP.

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