OT 7332: Quantitative Research in Occupational Therapy

2 Credits

Learners analyze how quantitative evidence in health sciences is developed, disseminated, and used. Students become evidence-based practitioners by learning to analyze and critique quantitative studies and by developing their own research questions, implementing rigorous methodologies, applying appropriate statistics and knowledgeably interpreting results.

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