Wheelchair skills training article is now published!

‘Wheelchair skills training for occupational therapy students: comparison of university-course versus “boot-camp” approaches’ by Paula W. Rushton and Genevieve Daoust was recently published. The objective of the article is to test the hypothesis that occupational therapy students who receive wheelchair skills training education using a distributed-practice university-course approach versus a condensed-practice boot-camp approach results in greater improvements post-intervention in relevant outcomes.

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