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Hon Research Project: An Exploratory Study: Aust OTs Experiences and Perceptions of Assistance Dogs

Kathryn is a 4th year occupational therapy student from University of South Australia and looking for participants to take part in her Honours Research Project titled ‘An Exploratory Study: Australian Occupational Therapists Experiences and Perceptions of Assistance Dogs’. The study aim is to gain a preliminary idea about Australian OTs experiences and perceptions about Assistance Dogs ranging from simply knowing the existence of Assistance Dogs to having an abundance of experience.

Data for this study will be collected through an anonymous online survey, and her target participants include all practicing OTs in Australia.

Please follow this link to the survey: http://survey.unisa.edu.au/index.php/683752?lang=en

Survey is anonymous and there are no personal identifiers present. It will take no more than 10 minutes to complete and will be much less if the OT does not have any experience.

Data collection needs to be completed by 31st May 2020

If you require further information, please contact Kathryn on [email protected]