Clinical Reasoning Styles Used by Occupational Therapists Delivering an eHealth Intervention

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Date Presented 3/31/2017

Think-aloud methods were used to explore the clinical reasoning of occupational therapists interacting with clients through videoconferencing. Pragmatic, procedural, interactive, and conditional reasoning styles were all used. Think-aloud methods may help train therapists practicing using eHealth.

Primary Author and Speaker: Emily Nalder

Contributing Authors: Carolina Bottari, Elizabeth Skidmore, Deirdre Dawson

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