American Occupational Therapy Foundation Intervention Research Grant Program

American Occupational Therapy Foundation Intervention Research Grant Program The LOI must be submitted by July 15, 2014. The American Occupational Therapy Foundation (AOTF) awards Intervention Research Grants as part of its mission to advance the science of occupational therapy to support people's full participation in meaningful life activities. The purpose of this grant program is to lay the necessary groundwork for larger intervention studies and support the profession's Centennial Vision of occupational therapy as science-driven and evidence-based. The Intervention Research Grant program receives major funding from the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and the St. Catherine Challenge. Lay the necessary groundwork for larger studies to evaluate the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions on occupation, participation, and health. Align with future funding priorities and intended sources of funding. Develop interventions that are client-centered, occupation-based, theory-driven, and manualized. Lead to efficacy (research under tightly controlled conditions) or effectiveness (research under real-world conditions) trials. Cultivate interdisciplinary research teams and partner with communities. Include underserved and diverse populations in research. Mentor new investigators and researchers. pilot studies feasibility studies intervention research planning grants One year non-renewable proposa...
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