Treatment fidelity in Model of Human Occupation research / Patricia Bowyer [i 1 més]Material type: ArticleContent type: text Media type: informàtic Carrier type: recurs en líniaSubject(s): Teràpia Ocupacional | Programari d'aplicació | Tractament basat en l'evidènciaOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT
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Melanie Morriss Tkach
Introduction: Treatment fidelity is an important consideration in occupational therapy efficacy research. It involves methodological strategies that enhance quantitative rigor and improves confidence in research outcomes. This study examines treatment fidelity in Model of Human Occupation efficacy literature because it is a widely used, occupation-focused theory with a substantial
Method: Relevant articles (n ¼ 17) were coded for treatment fidelity with the Treatment Fidelity Measure. Percentages of articles reporting treatment fidelity strategies and mean adherence to fidelity strategies were calculated. One-way analysis of variance was used to examine fidelity over time.
Results: Only one study reported provider training strategies and measured nonspecific treatment effects. Overall mean
adherence to treatment fidelity strategies for Model of Human Occupation research was 0.57; one study demonstrated high
fidelity with a score of 0.80. Model of Human Occupation efficacy literature trends toward higher levels of treatment fidelity over time.
Conclusion: Model of Human Occupation research demonstrates a moderate level of treatment fidelity overall; it has stronger
treatment fidelity from 2001 to the present. As the model progresses toward more outcomes studies, Model of Human Occupation scholars should report provider training and strategies that monitor treatment delivery to improve the quality and applicability of research outcomes.