Editorial
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? Making sense of results from randomised controlled trials
Queensland extended care services for people with severe mental illness and the role of occupational therapy
Working in a training garden
What older people do
Health-enhancing effects of engaging in productive occupation
The concurrent validity of the 3-day Physical Activity Recall questionnaire administered to female adolescents aged 12–14 years
Improving outcomes for older retired drivers
Childhood chronic constipation
Low vision
Advice to resume normal activities including work at 2 weeks after acute myocardial infarction for people at low risk of future cardiac events resulted in similar work and health outcomes compared to those people who attended cardiac rehabilitation and received advice to resume normal activities at 6 weeks
At least 9 h of supervised relaxation training may reduce state anxiety and improve heart rate variability, prognosis and return to work for people with ischaemic heart disease
A multidisciplinary cardiac rehabilitation program improved aspects of functional performance and health-related quality of life and reduced hospital admissions and length of stay in older people with systolic heart failure
Illness perceptions influence involvement in rehabilitation programs and adoption of lifestyle changes following acute myocardial infarction
Are consumer perspectives towards transcultural competence realistic in practice?
Are consumer perspectives towards transcultural competence realistic in practice?
The Kawa Model