Date of Award
Critically Appraised Topic
Gail Bass/Devon Olson Lambert
An increasing number of adults continue to experience the long-term physical effects of COVID-19. Currently, there is uncertainty regarding the best practices in occupational therapy to address long-haul COVID-19 symptomology and its effects on people as research on the topic continues to emerge (Robinson et al., 2021). The purpose of this critically appraised paper is to identify prominent areas on which occupational therapists should focus during evaluation and intervention planning while considering the person, environment, and occupation to encompass the ideals of best practice when working with adult clients who are facing disruptions as a result of long-haul COVID-19 symptoms.
Burtsfield, Emmalee; Matlock, Amber; and Pucel, Alyssia, "How the Physical Long-Haul Symptoms of COVID-19 Influence Occupational Performance From a Person-Environment-Occupation Perspective: A Critically Appraised Topic" (2022). Critically Appraised Topics. 50.