There is strong agreement concerning the need for economic evidence for occupational therapy services within our profession in Canada and elsewhere. Not only is it necessary to demonstrate that occupational therapy makes a difference for clients, but also that it makes economic sense. As noted during the 2015 Occupational Therapy Canada reflection day (Freeman et al., 2016), in order to advance this priority, our profession’s collective capacity must be developed; capacity in this context refers not only to the need for a more substantial body of research evidence, but also to the need for the profession’s members to be competent consumers of this research evidence.
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