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OT R&D

Mid Term

Why we do research in OT123456
Why we do research in OT- to see if TX works Show results to insurance/show our practice works to see how we are helping other pt how we can alter tx to make it better
Why do we learn about research build knowledge and test efficacy impact health policy and service delivery to participate in research activities critical consumer of research lit enhance understanding of daily practice (blank)
Experimental research quantitative deductive reasoning logical positivism philosophical foundation is rationalistic (blank) (blank)
Naturalistic research qualitative inductive/ abductive reasoning multiple realities based on experience and context holistic view/can't seperate person from environment (blank) (blank)
Deductive reasoning find the truth one set of conclusions is said to be true test theory relationships are tested based on application to descreet phenomena single seperate realities exist (blank)
Inductive reasoning no prior acceptance of truth alt. conclusion can be drawn from data relationship examined among unrelated pieces of data concepts develope based on repitition of data holistic perpective multiple realities
Essentials of research (part 1) Identify philosophical base frame a reserach problem determine supporting knowledge Identify Theory Base Develope specific question or query (blank)
Essentials of research (part2) Select Research strategy set study boundries obtain information analyze info/draw conclusions reprt conclusions (blank)
Frame a research problem what dont we know? why is this a problem? why is it imprtaint? (blank) (blank) (blank)
Determine supporting knowledge (lit review process) what was done and written about the topic justify a need for the study provide theoretical base (naturalistic develops theories) (experimental-tests theories) Justify the level of inquiry (blank) (blank)
levels of inquiry descriptive research relational studies predictive (cause and effect) (blank) (blank) (blank)
Ontology what we know (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
Epistemology How we know it (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
Descriptive studies survey exploratory case study needs assesment "what" (blank)
Relational studies passive corralational study observation ex-posto facto (no manipulation) what is the relationship/is there (blank) (blank)
Predictive experimental quasi experimental "why" (blank) (blank) (blank)
Identifying a topic professional experience professional trends societal trends research studies existing theory (blank)
Criteria for research problem Interest Relevance Need (blank) (blank) (blank)
after reading lit review what studies have been done understand what will be done agree on the need for a study (blank) (blank) (blank)
Created by: natkat