Thursday, 10 January 2008

It's good to know that treatments actually work

As part of my daily peruse of the news relating to work, I was directed towards a study published by the British Medical Journal back in November which conducted a systematic review of randomised trials of using occupational therapy (OT) for stroke patients, and found that:

It helps.

Which is good.

Have you any idea how many OTs there are in hospitals, and how big OT departments are? It's really good to know that they're not just making up the numbers and giving the accountants something to do.

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