Knowledge Translation Team Share Clinical Practice Guideline Infographic

The Knowledge Translation team are are glad to share an infographic of the clinical practice guideline “Promoting Sexuality and Intimate Relationships in Adults with a NMD in Occupational Therapy”, with the contribution of Samar Muslemani, OT, MSc (NMD4C Knowledge Translation Coordinator).

The infographic shares a few key clinical points to consider for Occupational Therapists and offers a direct link and QR code to download the complete guideline.

View and download the infographic from the KT page!

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