All Stories

  1. “Be ready to learn”: a qualitative study of the patient perspective of falls and fall prevention following discharge from a spinal injuries unit
  2. Implementing a tailored, co-designed goal-setting implementation package in rehabilitation services: a process evaluation
  3. Implementation of best practice goal-setting in five rehabilitation services: A mixed-methods evaluation study
  4. Occupation-based interventions to improve occupational performance and participation in the hospital setting: a systematic review
  5. Assistive technology funding and policy in Australia: Moving towards a healthier assistive technology ecosystem
  6. Still in first gear: Exploration of barriers for implementing driving cessation support
  7. Establishing the normative and comparative needs of assistive technology provision in Queensland from the agency and funding scheme perspective
  8. Occupational therapy in adults with chronic respiratory conditions: A scoping review
  9. Associations between participation and personal factors in community-dwelling adults post-stroke
  10. Personal factors, participation, and satisfaction post-stroke: A qualitative exploration
  11. Interventions for Driving Disruption in Community Rehabilitation: A Chart Audit
  12. Falls on an inpatient rehabilitation spinal injuries unit: the characteristics, circumstances, and consequences
  13. Mapping the trajectory of acute mild-stroke cognitive recovery using serial computerised cognitive assessment
  14. The healthcare experiences of people with mild stroke in Australia
  15. Perceived service adequacy and unmet need after discharge from brain injury rehabilitation
  16. Sexuality early after stroke
  17. Multiple-Case Study Exploration of an Occupational Perspective in a Persistent Pain Clinic
  18. Evaluation of an inpatient occupation‐based group program using a process evaluation framework
  19. Doing, being, becoming, and belonging—A diversity, equity, and inclusion commitment
  20. Developing tailored theoretically informed goal-setting interventions for rehabilitation services: a co-design approach
  21. Uncovering the experiences of engaging in an inpatient occupation-based group program: the LifeSkills group
  22. Myth‐busting the publishing practices of the Australian Occupational Therapy Journal : A society journal for the global occupational therapy community
  23. Personal experiences of appropriate access to post-acute care services in acquired brain injury: a scoping review
  24. On-road driving remediation following acquired brain injury: a scoping review
  25. Co-creation and stroke rehabilitation: a scoping review
  26. Journal‐based or article‐based metrics: What should be applied to assess a researcher's performance?
  27. Identifying the characteristics of occupation‐centred practice: A Delphi study
  28. Describing the occupational nature of practice: A scoping review
  29. Australian occupational therapy academic workforce: An examination of retention, work-engagement, and role overload issues
  30. Supporting sexuality after spinal cord injury: a scoping review of non-medical approaches
  31. The perspectives of stroke survivors and health professionals on the use of augmented reality for inpatient stroke rehabilitation: an anticipatory exploration
  32. “Everyone needs rehab, but…”: exploring post-stroke rehabilitation referral and acceptance decisions
  33. An exploration of goal-setting practices in Queensland rehabilitation services
  34. Cognition in the first week after stroke: how does it relate to personal and instrumental activities of daily living at follow-up?
  35. In celebration of the 2020 occupational therapy graduates
  36. Adaptation of the CarFreeMe driver retirement intervention to provide driving cessation support to older people living with dementia
  37. Exploring self-management within hospital-based stroke care: current and future opportunities
  38. Exploring stroke survivors’ experiences and understandings of occupational therapy
  39. Occupation-based group programs in the inpatient hospital rehabilitation setting: a scoping review
  40. Ethical and transparent practices of the editorial board
  41. Understanding people’s experiences of using the SaeboFlex® following a stroke
  42. Evaluating the effectiveness of on‐road driving remediation following acquired brain injury: A wait‐list feasibility study with follow‐up
  43. Authorship statements: A commitment to publishing ethics and research integrity
  44. Cognitive strategy training for adults with neurological conditions: a systematic review and meta-analysis exploring effect on occupational performance
  45. The use of augmented reality for rehabilitation after stroke: a narrative review
  46. A profile of Australian occupational therapy academic workforce job satisfaction
  47. A systematic review to investigate outcome tools currently in use for those with hand burns, and mapping psychometric properties of outcome measures
  48. Occupational therapy has gone online: What will remain beyond COVID‐19?
  49. Dose and setting of rehabilitation received after stroke in Queensland, Australia: a prospective cohort study
  50. Systematic reviews, scholarly discussion and opportunities
  51. Occupational engagement following mild stroke in the Australian context using the occupational gaps questionnaire
  52. The experience of home for social housing tenants with a disability: security and connection but limited control
  53. The business of a journal: Stakeholders and processes
  54. Unveiling the complexities of mild stroke: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the mild stroke experience
  55. Current practice trends of oedema management in the hands of people with tetraplegia in Australia
  56. Consumer and community co‐development in knowledge creation
  57. The lived experience of supporting people with mild stroke
  58. “Just got to live life as it comes”: A case study of the spousal-dyad longitudinal mild stroke transitional experience
  59. Mapping the experiences and needs of deep brain stimulation for people with Parkinson’s disease and their family members
  60. Stroke survivors’ experiences of occupation in hospital-based stroke rehabilitation: a qualitative exploration
  61. Parallel-Forms Reliability and Clinical Utility of an Application Version of the Activity Card Sort Australia (18–64)
  62. Exploring similarities and differences among the self-reported academic integrity of Australian occupational therapy domestic and international students
  63. Descriptive profile of the academic integrity of Australian occupational therapy students
  64. Health apps and knowledge translation
  65. Understanding the lived experiences of Parkinson's disease and deep brain stimulation (DBS) through occupational changes
  66. Comparing activity engagement of people aged 18 to 64 years with and without Parkinson’s disease
  67. Emeritus Professor Sylvia Rodger, AM: Australian Occupational Therapy Champion and Visionary
  68. Author Guidelines of the Australian Occupational Therapy Journal - revised 2017
  69. Can smartphones measure momentary quality of life and participation? A proof of concept using experience sampling surveys with university students
  70. Family members’ experiences of driving disruption after acquired brain injury
  71. Strong evidence for activity of daily living interventions improving functional performance in home and community settings in stroke rehabilitation
  72. The unique experience of home for parents and carers of children with disabilities
  73. Occupational experience of caregiving during driving disruption following an acquired brain injury
  74. Post-acute hospital healthcare services for people with mild stroke: a scoping review
  75. Test–Retest Reliability and Internal Consistency of the Activity Card Sort–Australia (18-64)
  76. Practice education: A snapshot from Australian university programmes
  77. Visioning the future for practice education
  78. Family members’ needs and experiences of driving disruption over time following an acquired brain injury: an evolving issue
  79. To be or not to be (an older driver): social identity theory and driving cessation in later life
  80. Family members’ narratives of lifespace: Mapping changes before and after a brain injury causing driving disruption
  81. A Difficult Journey: Reflections on Driving and Driving Cessation From a Team of Clinical Researchers
  82. Could everyday technology improve access to assessments? A pilot study on the feasibility of screening cognition in people with Parkinson's disease using the Montreal Cognitive Assessment via Internet videoconferencing
  83. What are the limits of occupational therapy practice?
  84. Healthcare students’ experiences of an interprofessional, student-led neuro-rehabilitation community-based clinic
  85. Initial validation of the dimensions of home measure
  86. Understanding the dimensions of home for people returning home post stroke rehabilitation
  87. Single-Case-Design Study of Finger-to-Axilla Compression Bandaging for Edema of the Hemiplegic Upper Limb
  88. Remotely Assessing Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease Using Videoconferencing: A Feasibility Study
  89. Exploring the meaning of community for older Australians
  90. The need for evidence and new models of practice education to meet the 1000 hour requirement
  91. The experiences of peer leaders in a driving cessation programme
  92. An intervention to support professional driver retirement transition: Results of a pilot study for older taxi drivers in Singapore
  93. Understanding home modifications impact on clients and their family's experience of home: A qualitative study
  94. Development of an Activity Card Sort for Australian adults aged 18-64 years
  95. Paths to Work after Stroke in Australia
  96. STRENGTH and the Health Care Team: Changing Interprofessional and Client-Centered Practices
  97. Is planning for driving cessation critical for the well-being and lifestyle of older drivers?
  98. Mandatory retirement for older professional drivers: an exploration of experiences for older Singaporean taxi drivers
  99. The impact of STRENGTH on the expected and actual transition to home experience
  100. Managing driving issues after an acquired brain injury: Strategies used by health professionals
  101. Single-Case Design Evaluation of Compression Therapy for Edema of the Stroke-Affected Hand
  102. Contemporary occupational therapy practice: The challenges of being evidence based and philosophically congruent
  103. Using technology to enhance physical therapy students’ problem-solving skills around safe patient handling
  104. Interventions for maintaining soft tissue length in the stroke-affected shoulder
  105. Scoping reviews in occupational therapy: The what, why, and how to
  106. Occupational Therapy for Upper Limb Post-Stroke Sensory Impairments: A Survey
  107. Clinical Decision Making when Addressing Upper Limb Post-Stroke Sensory Impairments
  108. Effect of a Group Intervention to Promote Older Adults’ Adjustment to Driving Cessation on Community Mobility: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  109. Understanding the dimensions of home that impact on home modification decision making
  110. Client and carer experience of transition home from inpatient stroke rehabilitation
  111. Clinical Utility of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
  112. Analysis of One Stroke Survivor's Transition into Vocational Experiences
  113. Participation After Stroke: Do We Understand All the Components and Relationships As Categorised in the ICF?
  114. Transition to Community Living After Acquired Brain Injury
  115. Stroke management: updated recommendations for treatment along the care continuum
  116. Self-Management of Upper Limb Recovery after Stroke: How Effectively Do Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists Train Clients and Carers?
  117. Mental practice combined with task-specific practice improved arm ability but dosage remains inconclusive
  118. A driving cessation program to identify and improve transport and lifestyle issues of older retired and retiring drivers
  119. The diverse constructs use of activities of daily living measures in stroke randomized controlled trials in the years 2005–2009
  120. Time use, role participation and life satisfaction of older people: Impact of driving status
  121. Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory-9 (CAHAI-9): Perceived Clinical Utility Within 14 Days of Stroke
  122. Participation in leisure activities during brain injury rehabilitation
  123. Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory-9 (CAHAI-9): a multi-centre investigation of clinical utility
  124. Participant Feedback and Satisfaction with the UQDRIVE Groups for Driving Cessation
  125. Occupational Therapy Practice in Hospital-based Stroke Rehabilitation?
  126. Clinical Utility of the Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory for Stroke Rehabilitation
  127. An ankle foot orthosis improves walking in the short-term but there is no evidence that an upper limb splint improves function, range of movement or reduces pain after a stroke or non-progressive brain lesion
  128. Is There a Role for Meaningful Activity in Stroke Rehabilitation?
  129. Driving assessment for older taxi drivers in Singapore
  130. Interrater Reliability of the Clock Drawing Task in the Occupational Therapy Adult Perceptual Screening Test
  131. Review of upper limb ability assessments in acute stroke care, from a practice perspective
  132. Are we applying interventions with research evidence when targeting secondary complications of the stroke-affected upper limb
  133. Clock drawing from the occupational therapy adult perceptual screening test: Its correlation with demographic and clinical factors in the stroke population
  134. An exploration of clients' goals during inpatient and outpatient stroke rehabilitation
  135. Comparison of time use, role participation and life satisfaction of older people after stroke with a sample without stroke
  136. Scholarly communication and concerns for our conferences
  137. Information provision to clients with stroke and their carers: Self-reported practices of occupational therapists
  138. Review of upper limb ability assessments in acute stroke care, from a practice perspective
  139. Assessments of Upper Limb Ability following Stroke: A Review
  140. Information provision during stroke rehabilitation: The health professional's perspective
  141. Shoulder Joint Range of Motion in Healthy Adults Aged 20 to 49 Years
  142. Long-term effects of static positional stretches of the patient's stroke-affected shoulder
  143. A programme of static positional stretches does not reduce hemiplegic shoulder pain or maintain shoulder range of motion -a randomized controlled trial
  144. Treatment approaches for clients with a stroke-affected upper limb: Are we following evidence-based practice?
  145. Correspondence
  146. Active and Passive Shoulder Range of Motion in Healthy Older People
  147. Correlation between two measurement scales of hemiplegic shoulder pain
  148. Hemiplegic shoulder pain: defining the problem and its management
  149. The effectiveness of an in-patient management program for hemiplegic shoulder pain during rehabilitation and at six-month follow-up