21st Sylvia Docker Lecture (2008)
The lived experience of occupational adaptation following acquired brain injury for people living in a rural area
Occupational therapy services for adult neurological clients in Queensland and therapists' use of telehealth to provide services
Communicating evidence in clinical documentation
Social competence and learning difficulties
A prospective study of unmet activity of daily living needs in palliative care inpatients
Exploring the reasons why adolescents participate in physical activity and identifying strategies that facilitate their involvement in such activity
Redefining failure
Occupational therapy and circus
Individual placement and support for people with severe mental illness wishing to enter competitive employment improved vocational outcomes and reduced hospital admissions
Mental health consumers developed an understanding of their potential for work through doing work and becoming persons with possible work futures
Occupational therapy focussed on personal activities of daily living improves independence and reduces deterioration in community-dwelling people with stroke
Implications of adult attachment theory for chronic pain
Physical activity leisure-time participation of boys with developmental coordination disorder
Occupation for occupational therapists
Vocational Rehabilitation