Gene Context Sentence
Table 2. Analysis of context sentence of OTP gene in 3 abstracts.
|PMID||Gene Context Sentence|
|32925151||These include the potential to offset well-documented global occupational therapy practitioner (OTP) shortages. […] While the COVID-19 global health emergency propelled many OTPs into the use of telehealth technologies, in some cases with minimal preparation, an investigation was conducted into the likelihood of telehealth adoption when comprehensive training was provided so that appropriateness of student fit for telehealth could be determined and essential planning could take place. […] Prior to the COVID-19 global health emergency, a comprehensive training program was developed incorporating detailed perceptions of OTPs experienced in and new to telehealth in school-based practice as measured via surveys with the goal of increasing adoption of telehealth technologies for the delivery of OT services. […] Following the completion of the online New to Telehealth Pre-training survey, OTPs new to telehealth were invited to complete the OT Telehealth Primer: School-based Practice training program. […] Prior to the COVID-19 global health emergency, school-based occupational therapy practitioners (OTP) experienced in telehealth were invited to complete a survey exploring benefits and barriers encountered in the delivery of OT services using telehealth. […] OTPs new-to-telehealth were invited to complete a different survey intended to explore attitudes about the potential use of telehealth. […] OTPs new-to-telehealth were invited to complete the training program and a post-training survey. […] Prior to the COVID-19 global health emergency, the top benefits identified by the OTP Experienced telehealth-user survey included: 1) service access, 2) collaboration and carry-over with team members, 3) efficiency themes, and4) student engagement and comfort. […] Top benefits identified by the OTP New to Telehealth survey identified the same top benefits after participating in the training program. […] A significant decrease in perceived barriers was noted in scores from pre- to post-training by OTPs new to telehealth. […] Prior to the COVID-19 global health emergency, completion of the comprehensive training program OT Telehealth Primer: School-based Practice program yielded improved perceived benefits and an increased likelihood of telehealth adoption into practice by OTPs. […] However, both OTPs and school administrators require ongoing education for successful widespread adoption to be achieved thus offsetting the global shortage of OTPs and increasing service access.|
|33342667||COVID-19 necessitated rapid changes in methadone take-home policies in opioid treatment programs (OTPs); these changes markedly contrast with existing, long-standing federal mandates on OTP rules about take-home methadone. […] OTP providers describe how these changes have affected clinical decision-making, equity in patient care, and workflow. […] We provide suggestions for future research that will examine the impact of COVID-19 on OTP treatment and its patients, as well as the effect of making methadone take-home polices patient centered, all of which may foreshadow larger changes in the ways OTPs deliver their services.|
|33353790||Opioid treatment programs (OTPs) operate within a rigid set of clinical guidelines and regulations that specify the number of required OTP visits for supervised administration of methadone. […] As OTP providers in the Bronx, NY, caring for more than 3600 patients in the epicenter of both the overdose and COVID-19 pandemics, we describe how our clinical practice changed with COVID-19. […] Within two weeks, we reduced the proportion of patients with 5-6 OTP visits per week from 47.2% to 9.4%. […] This experience provides an opportunity to re-imagine care in OTPs going forward. […] We advocate that OTPs rely less on toxicology testing and more on the other patient-centered measures to guide decisions about distribution of take-home doses of MOUD. […] To minimize financial risk to OTPs and facilitate their transition to a more flexible model of care, we advocate for the reassessment of OTP reimbursement models.|