Quality indicators for occupational therapy
What is it about?
A description of the development , design and preliminary pilot testing of a framework of indicators to measure the quality of occupational therapy services. A multi-step process for implementing the indicators is outlined.
Why is it important?
Quality measurement is integral to the provision of evidence-informed services that improve health outcomes, optimize the use of health resources and enhance user satisfaction.
The following have contributed to this page: Associate Professor Helen Buchanan, Dr Teena Clouston, Susan Brandis, and Claudia von Zweck