Why is it so hard to practise as an occupational therapist?
Activities of daily living in persons with intellectual disability
Treatment approaches for clients with a stroke-affected upper limb
Goal attainment scaling
Outcomes after stroke
Professional competence for private practitioners in occupational therapy
Ethics, occupational therapy and discharge planning
Utilisation of strategic analysis and planning by occupational therapy services
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SPLINTING THE HAND IN THE FUNCTIONAL POSITION AFTER ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY DID NOT INFLUENCE MUSCLE LENGTH, HAND FUNCTION OR PAIN
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WHILE HOME-BASED THERAPY MAY BE MORE CONVENIENT FOR PATIENTS WITH BRAIN IMPAIRMENT, THERAPISTS NEED TO BE CREATIVE WITH SPACE, EQUIPMENT AND PRACTICE
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USEFUL RESOURCES FOR APPRAISAL OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH:
2003 Occupational Therapy Australia Research Awards
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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AND MENTAL HEALTH (3RD ED.)
THE STRAIGHT TALK MANUAL — A SELF-ESTEEM AND LIFE SKILLS WORKBOOK FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, 5TH EDITION
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