GOTA supports research conducted by OTs,  OTAs and students from across the country. Please feel free to review any of the research topics below to provide feed back to or to participate in. These research projects are not conducted by GOTA, but instead independently through various universities. Questions regarding any of the studies should be directed to the contact listed within the study.

Interested in posting your study or research?

Please email the following information to our office at [email protected]

i. Title of Research
ii. Population of interest
iii. Time frame to have research information posted online.
iv. Additional information you would like to share about the study.

Functional Cognitive Care in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury

posted 2.4.19


Population of interest: Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants in the United States working with or who have worked with children and young adults 21 years of age and younger who have sustained a traumatic brain injury. A traumatic brain injury occurs after birth by bump, blow, or jolt to the head causing disruption in function. 

Time frame: Survey will be available until March 17th

The benefits of participation may impact society by helping increase knowledge about the Occupational Therapy profession, the role of Occupational Therapy in pediatric traumatic brain injury care, and the impact of cognition throughout the continuum of care in children following a traumatic brain injury. 

The survey consists of closed and opened ended questions with an approximate 10 to 15-minute completion time. Participation is completely voluntary and answers will be anonymous. Please find the Study Information Sheet attached, and the link to the survey can be followed here or copied into your browser:

IU Study Info Sheet-Cog Care Peds TBI-18125577870.pdf