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AOTA Practice Guidelines

Based on findings of systematic reviews, AOTA’s topic-specific Practice Guidelines present clinical recommendations and tools for translating knowledge to guide your practice and serve as a reference for people who manage, reimburse, or set policy regarding occupational therapy services. AOTA Practice Guidelines are reviewed by a multidisciplinary advisory group, which includes external stakeholders (e.g., consumers) and policy analysts. The following AOTA Practice Guidelines were published in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy.
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Stacy Smallfield; Lizabeth Metzger; Melissa Green; Laura Henley; Elizabeth K. Rhodus
Mary W. Hildebrand; Daniel Geller; Rachel Proffitt
Steven Wheeler; Amanda Acord-Vira
Rebecca Cunningham; Ashley Uyeshiro Simon; Katharine Preissner
Julia Wood; Whitney Henderson; Erin R. Foster
Beth Fields; Stacy Smallfield
Susan M. Cahill; Stephanie Beisbier
Gloria Frolek Clark; Karrie L. Kingsley
Jennifer Kaldenberg; Stacy Smallfield
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