Abstract

Framed from a social constructivist perspective this action research study explored a problem-based learning approach and its relationship to occupational therapy students’ clinical reasoning skills.Rich text provide support for the key qualitative findings. An independent t-test performed on the pre-post test yielded statistically significant improvement at the p< .018.

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Problem-Based Learning and Clinical Reasoning: An Action Research Study with Occupational Therapy Students

Framed from a social constructivist perspective this action research study explored a problem-based learning approach and its relationship to occupational therapy students’ clinical reasoning skills.Rich text provide support for the key qualitative findings. An independent t-test performed on the pre-post test yielded statistically significant improvement at the p< .018.