A survey of occupational therapy practitioners' interest in therapeutic horseback riding as a treatment modality
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Three hundred and twenty four occupational therapy practitioners responded to a survey regarding their knowledge of, and interest in therapeutic horseback riding (THR). This survey addressed the research question "Why are there so few occupational therapy practitioners involved in therapeutic horseback riding?" The most frequent response cited by OT practitioners was a lack of horse knowledge followed closely by a lack of time. In addition, 181 schools offering occupational therapy programs responded to a survey which addressed the research question "Do American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) approved occupational therapy programs include therapeutic horseback riding as a treatment option in their curriculum?" The most frequent manner in which THR was included in a curriculum was through informal discussion or student presentation.
Funk, Marcia Sue Moffatt, "A survey of occupational therapy practitioners' interest in therapeutic horseback riding as a treatment modality" (1997). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3427.
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