AOTA would like to share recent occupational therapy research with journalists on an ongoing basis.
If your research paper was accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, but has not been printed yet, and you would like your work to be summarized for the press, please contact:
- Susan Lin, AOTA Director of Research, 301-652-6611 ext. 2091, email@example.com
Click here to go to OT Search, a bibliographic database.
We will be updating this section regularly, so please check back.
Webcasts on Disability Research Topics
The NCDDR periodically offers Webcasts for researchers, NIDRR grantees, people with disabilities and their families, professional organizations, and other stakeholders. Most, if not all, live Webcasts are free; participants may send questions for presenters before the event.
Webcasts are also available in archived versions, and include presentation materials and information about the presenters. To check the upcoming Webcast schedule, or previous Webcasts, see the overview on the NCDDR Web site.
Directory of Journals and Author Guidelines
The National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research (NCDDR) has compiled descriptions, frequency of publication, author guidelines, and manuscript style for 217 journals in the disability and rehabilitation field.
AJOT, Occupational Therapy International, andArchives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation are among those included. View it here.