Supporting the health and occupational participation of Australia's carers
The Community Integration Questionnaire – Revised: Australian normative data and measurement of electronic social networking
The appropriateness and feasibility of an online e-Portfolio for assessment of undergraduate allied health students
Family members' narratives of lifespace: Mapping changes before and after a brain injury causing driving disruption
Fostering transition to adulthood for young Australian males: an exploratory study of Men's Sheds' intergenerational mentoring programmes
Occupational experiences of forced migrants: A scoping review
Occupational therapists' perceptions of occupation in practice: An exploratory study
The expanding relevance of executive functioning in occupational therapy: Is it on your radar?
Patient and public involvement (PPI) in research is perceived to benefit stroke survivors and the research process. Barriers and facilitators exist which can be addressed to enable PPI in stroke research
While involving children and youth with disability as research partners was viewed positively, methodologically strong research is required to further inform effective participation and outcomes