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I am looking for Interventions provided by occupational therapists to patients with traumatic brain injury

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Answered By: Kimberly Boyd
Last Updated: Jan 23, 2017     Views: 4

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I would start in the occupational therapy libguide.  Go to libguides.brenau.edu/OT.  Choose the books tab first.  Enter the search terms Occupational Therapy AND Traumatic Brain Injury into the library catalog widget at the top of the page.  You will find some good resources here.  In particular, look at the 10th entry on the results page titled International Handbook of Occupational Therapy Interventions.  This is an e-book which you may access online.  Just click on View Now and then View E-book.  

Next, I would search the databases for some scholarly journal articles.  Go to the Journal and Evidence Resources tab on the OT libguide.  I chose to search Cinahl Plus with Full Text.  I used to different searches in this database.  The first was Intervention AND Traumatic Brain Injury.  The next was Intervention AND Traumatic Brain Injury AND Occupational Therapy.  I got good results with both searches just far more results with the first search than the second.  If you find articles that you think will be useful in your research there is a tool to email them to yourself after you have clicked on the title of the article to the right of the page.

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