Friday, 7 November 2014

Open Journal of Occupational Therapy: New Issue Available

Volume 2, Issue 4 (2014)

Letter from the Editor

Introducing Breakouts
Diane Powers Dirette Ph.D., OTL

Applied Research

“I think relax, relax and it flows a lot easier”: Exploring client-generated relax strategies
Dianne Cirone OT Reg. (Ont.), MSc(RS) and Sara E. McEwen PT, PhD
Relationships Among Occupation/Activity Patterns, Health and Stress Perceptions, and Life Orientation in Well Adults
Barbara Prudhomme White Ph.D., OTR/L; Amy Ma M.S., OT, UNH; and Deborah Whitney M.S., OTR/L

Guidelines for Practice and Technological Guidelines

Topics in Education

The Role of Reusable Learning Objects in Occupational Therapy Entry-Level Education
Bryan M. Gee PhD(c), MEd, OTR/L, BCP; Jane Strickland Ed.D.; and Lisa Salazar Ph.D.(c), M.Ed., MPH

Occupation and the Artist

Sculpting the Illness Experience
Molly Bathje MS, OTR/L

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