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Stickley, Anna - - 2010
This article introduces the current sociopolitical background of internally displaced people in Northern Uganda. Communities have experienced war, murder, rape, abductions, and loss of occupation, loss of land, loss of role, separation, displacement and multiple diseases. Such experiences have created major psychosocial problems for some of these people. The community ...
Armstrong, Brendan - - 2010
Plastow, Nicola - - 2010
Purcell, Amanda - - 2010
Introduction: Fatigue is one of the most common and disabling symptoms experienced during cancer treatment. Educational interventions are used by health professionals, such as occupational therapists, to manage cancer-related fatigue; however, there is a lack of information about the content, format and effectiveness of educational interventions in managing fatigue. This ...
Vessby, Karin - - 2010
Participation is a concept that is used and discussed, both within the field of occupational therapy and in other areas. The concept of participation is included in the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) and the Model of Human Occupation. The aim of this study was to investigate ...
Dirette, Diane - - 2010
Introduction: Impaired self-awareness is a significant barrier to successful rehabilitation. This paper presents a new guideline for practice, entitled Self-awareness Enhancement through Learning and Function (SELF).
Chaffey, Lisa - - 2010
Objectives: This study aimed to explore occupational therapists' understanding and use of intuition in mental health practice.
Pearson, Debbie - - 2010
Fenske, Neil - - 2010
Beer, Kenneth - - 2010
Zachary, Christopher - - 2010
Sadick, Neil - - 2010
Marks, Shellie - - 2010
Ghamkhar, Kioumars - - 2010
Camelina (Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz) is an oilseed known for its potential as a low-input biofuel feedstock and its high levels of beneficial fatty acids. We investigated the role of geographical origin in genetic variation and fatty acid content, expecting to find significant variability among 53 accessions and a link ...
Liang, Haiying - - 2010
GIGANTEA plays an important role in the control of circadian rhythms and photoperiodic flowering. The GIGANTEA gene has been studied in various species, but not in basal angiosperms. Moreover, to the best of our knowledge, no study of the genome organization of a basal angiosperm has yet been published. In ...
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