This article suggests a seven-step model for faculty-clinician collaborative research. The steps were developed on the basis of the authors’ experiences and anchored in theories of human and organizational behavior. For each step, an aim and outcome are delineated as well as a description of how each stage can be enacted to produce publishable research. An example is used to illustrate how the model has functioned to facilitate the research process. The model lends itself to a full spectrum of qualitative and quantitative designs that are appropriate in clinical occupational therapy.
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