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Print, P.M.P. - - 2011
Cunningham, Michelle - - 2011
Frost, Shelley - - 2011
Stabb, Brian - - 2011
Jackson, Shirley - - 2011
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Edwards, Garth - - 2011
Robyn, Heather - - 2011
Lees, Gail - - 2011
Hutchinson, Clare - - 2011
Spring, Davina - - 2011
Lawless, Jane - - 2011
Jensen, Raelee - - 2011
Tancock, Karin - - 2011
Kolehmainen, Niina - - 2011
Creek, Jennifer - - 2011
Shaw, Justine - - 2011
Reagon, Bellin and Boniface argue that traditional models of evidence-based practice focus too much on randomised controlled trials and neglect 'the multiple truths of occupational therapy' (Reagon et al 2010). This opinion piece points out several flaws in their argument, and suggests that it is unethical to rely on weaker ...
Evans, Nina - - 2011
Enabling smart technology uses a system of pre-recorded prompts or messages to support people with dementia to live independently. The aim is to use an integrated messaging system to support an individual's independence. Bath Institute of Medical Engineering evaluated this technology over a 12-month period in a Housing 21, very ...
Rogers, Laura - - 2011
Introduction: A Canadian university's entry-to-practice occupational therapy programme offered all six academic courses in the first autumn semester using online technologies.
Rubin, Rona - - 2011
Introduction: The background to this study is the growing literature on the potential of applying appreciative inquiry (AI), commonly associated with business, to health care. As AI encourages creative thinking and is based on considering what can be done as opposed to what cannot, it seems suitable for educating occupational ...
Murad, Mohd - - 2011
Introduction: It has been difficult for occupational therapists in Asia to use occupational therapy assessments, such as the Occupational Self Assessment (OSA) version 2.2, that are not validated in the local language. This study aimed to produce and assess the psychometric properties of a Malaysian version of the 21-item OSA.
Morgan-Brown, Mark - - 2011
Objectives: This study evaluated the sitting room environment of two nursing homes in Ireland, using interactive occupation and social engagement as outcome measures and defining these rooms as occupational spaces.
Engel-Yeger, Batya - - 2011
Purpose: The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between extreme sensory reactivity as expressed in daily living situations, and trait and state anxiety, among healthy individuals.
McCallum, Ian - - 2011
de Kock, - - 2011
Walker, Richard - - 2011
Objectives. We aimed to establish the pathological types of stroke in two incident populations in Tanzania, one rural and one urban, and to examine the clinical utility of the Siriraj and Allen scores in identifying stroke sub-types.
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