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The Journal of Occupational Therapy Education (JOTE) is an open access, double-blind peer reviewed journal devoted solely to publishing research and other relevant information related to occupational therapy and occupational science education.
Thank you all for your support of the first year of JOTE! We are proud to share with you the fifth issue. We continue to accept submissions for upcoming issues. See Instructions for Authors for a description of the types of manuscripts we accept.
We need reviewers!! If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for JOTE, please email your name, educational research interests/ expertise, and CV or resume to email@example.com.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 3 (2018)
Admission Requirements and Practices in Entry-Level Occupational Therapy Programs
Patricia Bowyer, Cynthia Tiongco, L. Kaye Rubio, Judy Liu, and Sandra M. Whisner
Thriving In the First Semester of Graduate School: A Process of Rebalancing and Self-Determination
Judith Malek-Ismail and Sheila R. Krajnik
Increasing Self-Efficacy through Role Emerging Placements: Implications for Occupational Therapy Experiential Learning
Amy Mattila, Elizabeth D. DeIuliis, and Ann B. Cook
Self-Determination Theory and Professional Reasoning in Occupational Therapy Students: A Mixed Methods Study
Tiffany Bolton and Evan Dean
The Impact of an Interprofessional Geriatric Training Experience: Attitudes of Future Healthcare Providers
Lisa J. Knecht-Sabres, Minetta Wallingford, Michelle M. Lee, James F. Gunn, Esperanza M. Anaya, Sarah E. Getch, Nathaniel D. Krumdick, and Gloria M. Workman
Differences in the Use and Perceptions of Evidence-Based Practice between Occupational Therapy Students and Practitioners
Alison Nichols, Paige Creighton, Annie DeRolf, Shelby Hale, LeAnn VanDeman, Kersten Laughlin, and Kelsie Long
Occupational Therapy Practice Patterns In Two Rural States: Does The College Experience Influence Rural Employment Choice?
Debra J. Hanson, Janet S. Jedlicka, Nicole C. Harris, and Marilyn G. Klug
Enhancing Professionalism Among OT Students: The Culture of Professionalism
Kate Reiter, Loriann Helgeson, and Supawadee C. Lee
An Online Training to Prepare Occupational Therapy Students to Work with Clients with Limited English Proficiency and Interpreters
Elizabeth A. Harrison and Mansha Mirza