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Ahmed-Landeryou, Musharrat - - 2011
Labbett, Simon - - 2011
Neville, Diane - - 2011
Heywood, Frances - - 2011
Evidence about the effectiveness of housing adaptations is unsystematic, leaving large gaps in knowledge. The evidence that exists is not sufficiently compelling to attract substantial investment, and its weakness impedes evidence-based practice. In order to fill the gaps, a more systematic approach to adaptation research is needed. A housing adaptation ...
Blank, Alison - - 2011
Purpose: Much of the literature about the meaning and experience of work for people with mental health problems is limited in the extent to which individual perspectives are represented, because the evidence derives from studies that are mainly quantitative in design. This literature review focused on qualitative studies, which sought ...
Verdonck, Michele - - 2011
Introduction: Electronic assistive technology (EAT) includes computers, environmental control systems and information technology systems and is widely considered to be an important part of present-day life.
Morley, Mary - - 2011
Introduction: An action research study resulted in an observed practice programme to advance the reflective skills of occupational therapists and physiotherapists. Action research offered a way of drawing on practitioners' knowledge and experience.
Barry, Emily - - 2011
Introduction: The study examines whether directed study and reflection on spirituality can improve occupational therapy students' confidence in addressing clients' spiritual needs.
Gill, Jan - - 2011
Purpose: Within Scotland, health policy changes are being considered to address the misuse of alcohol. Concurrently, a shifting of professional roles within the National Health Service is under way. The purpose of the study was to investigate personal knowledge and attitudes relating to alcohol use/misuse amongst all final year Scottish ...
Meredith, Pamela - - 2011
Introduction: An attachment framework has been increasingly employed to inform our understanding of the ways in which early childhood relationships have an impact upon people's adaptation to the workplace. Evidence supports the presence of four attachment-related work orientations in adulthood (secure, cautious, support-seeking and self-reliant), which correspond to a secure ...
Potter, Polyxeni - - 2011
Murphy, Frederick - - 2011
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Foege, William - - 2011
Sanguinetti-Morelli, Diane - - 2011
Scagliarini, Alessandra - - 2011
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