These databases are an Occupational Therapist's best place to start researching. They contain research topics such as therapeutic modalities, health education, physical activities, biomedicine, and learning.
Use these additional databases, after searching the specific databases, if more resources are needed or preforming a review of all the literature on a given topic.
Open Access databases contain peer-reviewed materials that are freely available online.
Besides BioMed Central and the PLoS journals, here are several smaller journals related to occupational therapy.