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"We are looking for OTs who have at least one year of experience working with indigenous clients and are willing to take a brief survey on the barriers you and your indigenous clients face! The survey is linked below and should only take 10-15 minutes.

Thank you for your time and consideration. We are hopeful that the results of this study will enhance OT’s understanding of the barriers faced when working with indigenous clients."



Dear Therapists, 

We are occupational therapy doctorate students at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, and are conducting a survey to gather information for our study

titled, "Rural Occupational Therapists' Perspectives on Treatment of Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Mixed Methods Study."

The purpose of this survey is to identify the perspectives of rural occupational therapists who provide services to adults who have sustained a

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). This survey consists of questions that will help us understand the benefits and limitations to service

provision with this population. The survey should only take about 15 to 20 minutes to complete.

We would greatly appreciate if you could complete this survey at your earliest convenience.

If you have any questions about this survey, would like further information, or would like to be a part of possible opportunities that

could be developed based on results of this research, please contact our faculty advisor Kalyn Briggs, PhD, OTR/L via email

at, or phone at (406) 657-1164.. 

Thank you in advance for your consideration and for helping us begin the process of helping advance and support your practice as a rural occupational therapist. 

Courtney, Megan, Marissa, Carly and Makia
Occupational Therapy Doctorate Students
Rocky Mountain College
Billings, Montana


Follow this link to the Survey:
Take the Survey

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:




On behalf of Big Sky Care Connect (BSCC), we request your participation in planning a successful implementation of Montana’s statewide health information exchange.  The attached document provides additional information on BSCC along with a description of the services and benefits.

BSCC is conducting a survey of providers within the Montana healthcare community to collect information on current technology utilized for patient care activities and exchanging health information with external organizations.  The input received will assist in the planning and prioritization of BSCC implementation activities.

Please click the following link to begin the survey:

BSCC requests that this questionnaire be completed by March 27, 2020.

For more information, visit or contact BSCC at 406-422-1078 or by email at

This project is funded in whole or in part under a Contract with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. The statements herein do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Department.


Angie Foster |  HealthTech Solutions                      

On behalf of Big Sky Care Connect 

Phone: (502) 550-6713 |

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail message, including any attachments, is for the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidential and privileged information. Any use, distribution, transmittal, or retransmittal of information contained in this e-mail by persons who are not intended recipients may be a violation of law and is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the original message.





We hope this message finds you well!

We are a group of six students in San Jose State University’s MSOT program conducting research about workplace culture and experiences of incivility in OT practice settings. As you know, there is not as much OT research as there is research in other health professions, and we think attaining the aforementioned information will be valuable to our profession. 

The survey takes ~5-minutes and we would like to invite you to participate and would be so grateful if it can be posted to any forums associated with your association, too. Also, feel free to pass it along to other practitioners. All responses are so appreciated!

The following link will allow you to access the survey:

If you have any questions about this survey, or experience difficulty accessing or completing it, please contact our faculty advisor, Deborah Bolding at 

Thank you for all that you do, and we hope to receive your important feedback. 

Kate Poisson OTS, Cameron McCallister OTS, David M. Pufki OTS, Angelica Ramirez OTS, Claire Rickly OTS, Victoria Scattini OTS, & Deborah Bolding PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA



Greetings fellow school-based occupational therapy practitioners!

My name is Roberta Whalen, and I am a doctoral candidate at Quinnipiac University. Under the mentorship of ProfessorTara J. Glennon, Ed. D, OTR/L, FAOTA, I am investigating current occupational therapy practices in mental health prevention and promotion within elementary school settings in the United States through a short anonymous online survey.


The survey is anonymous, please use this shareable link to participate.



Thank you for your time, if you have questions or require more information please reach






My name is Ashley Mills and I am part of a research team through the Doctor of Occupational Therapy program at Jacksonville University. I am reaching out to request your participation in our study.

The research project is called Investigation of Challenging Behaviors in Pediatric Occupational Therapy and is designed to  probe your perceptions of the impact that a child demonstrating challenging behaviors has on therapy participation. To be eligible,you must be a licensed OT or OTA and over the age of 18. 


Completing the online survey may take 20 minutes. No identifying information, including IP addresses, will be collected. The survey is anonymous and responses cannot be linked to you. If you agree to participate, click the link: 


If you have any questions, you can email the research lead at sbrown38@ju.eduPlease feel free to forward this link to any eligible pediatric OT colleagues.



To whom it may concern,

We are re-writing you in hopes that you were able to share this flyer with your members who may be currently treating those who have received the combined treatment of sensory diet and therapeutic listening. Parents or caregivers who are interested can fill out a short online survey to share their input. Attached is a flyer with the details and the link it below. If you could please share the flyer on your social media outlets with the link that would be appreciated. 

Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. Please reply to this email regarding any questions or concerns you may have.

Thank you,

Courtney Lambesis, Mikayla Brett, Lynnette Zulquairnain, Katie Ribant

Final flyer pdf


Follow this link to the Survey: 
Take the Survey

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:


Kristin Hull


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