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  1. Introduction to the special issue on work-related pain
  2. Unlocking potential: The strategic role of mentoring in professional development
  3. Importance of quality sleep on work performance
  4. Winter solstice: A time for reflection
  5. Second language acquisition
  6. Intrapreneurship
  7. Positionality and reflexivity statement
  8. Helping to make the world a better place through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  9. Librarians: Their multifaceted roles
  10. Reflections on national parks
  11. Being inspired
  12. Digital citizens: Ensuring responsible and ethical generative artificial intelligence use
  13. Different types of writing
  14. Future of Work: Upskilling
  15. Cultural humility
  16. Cultivating creativity
  17. Meaningful occupations
  18. Appreciation
  19. Future of WORK
  20. Use of podcasts for knowledge acquisition
  21. Mentoring
  22. Storytelling
  23. Revitalize connections
  24. Re-enaging in Occupations
  25. Work-related tech predictions for 2022
  26. Using social media to improve knowledge translation of scholarly work
  27. Watching the leaves turn
  28. Roles and routines
  29. Re-thinking Writing Time
  30. Gratitude
  31. Land Acknowledgement
  32. Recalibrating
  33. Discovery through perseverance
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  59. Work and Traumatic Brain Injury
  60. Project Career: Perceived benefits of iPad apps among college students with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
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  80. Project Career: A qualitative examination of five college students with traumatic brain injuries
  81. Activities and interim outcomes of a multi-site development project to promote cognitive support technology use and employment success among postsecondary students with traumatic brain injuries
  82. The Process for the Formulation of the International Telehealth Position Statement for Occupational Therapy
  83. Quick Reference Dictionary for Occupational Therapy (6th edition)2015 150 Edited by Karen Jacobs and Laela Simon Quick Reference Dictionary for Occupational Therapy (6th edition) Thorofare, NJ Slack 2015 xvi + 724 pp. 9781617116469 £34.50 $47.95
  84. Occupational Therapy Essentials for Clinical Competence
  85. The Nature, Perception, and Impact of e-Mentoring on Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctoral Students
  86. Academic Evolution: Ensuring Quality Online Education in Occupational Therapy
  87. The Feasibility and Accuracy of Using a Remote Method to Assess Computer Workstations
  88. Job Analyses
  89. Job Characteristics
  90. Job Classification
  91. Job Components
  92. Job Demand/Control/Strain
  93. Job Control
  94. Job Demands
  95. Job Diagnostic Survey
  96. Job Evaluation
  97. Job Performance
  98. Job Prestige
  99. Job Performance Standards
  100. Job Related to Health
  101. Job Satisfaction/Dissatisfaction
  102. Job Strain
  103. Joint Inflammation
  104. Joint Pain
  105. Juvenile Diabetes
  106. Symptom Magnification Syndrome
  107. Psychosocial Work Environment
  108. Co-workers
  109. PromOTing Occupational Therapy: Words, Images, and Actions
  110. Tele-Ergonomics
  111. Wii Health: A Preliminary Study of the Health and Wellness Benefits of Wii Fit on University Students
  112. University students' notebook computer use: lessons learned using e-diaries to report musculoskeletal discomfort
  113. University students' notebook computer use: lessons learned using e-diaries to report musculoskeletal discomfort
  114. The notebook computing experience among university students
  115. The Notebook Computing Experience among University Students
  116. University students’ notebook computer use
  117. University Students' Notebook Computer Use
  118. Economics and Marketing of Ergonomic Services
  119. Preface
  120. Ergonomics for Children and Youth in the Educational Environment
  121. Middle School Students' Notebook Computer Use
  122. Posture Checklist Using Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) Technology
  123. Rehabilitating the Elderly in Return to Work
  124. Work Center
  125. Community
  126. University Students' Notebook Computer Use
  127. Middle school students who use computers
  128. Middle school students' notebook computer use
  129. Online Education: Best Practices to Promote Learning
  130. Tele-ergonomics: A novel approach to computer workstation ergonomic assessment and modification
  131. Ergonomics for children: Forward directions
  132. Backpack usage and self-reported musculoskeletal discomfort in university students
  133. Human Factors Applications in Academic Settings
  134. The notebook computing experience among university students