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Occupation for occupational therapists /

Additional authors: Molineux, Matthew.
Edition statement:1st ed. Published by : Blackwell Pub., (Oxford, UK ; | Malden, MA :) Physical details: xvi, 238 p. : ill. ISBN:9781405105330 (pbk. : alk. paper); 140510533X (pbk. : alk. paper). Year: 2004
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Occupation in occupational therapy: a labour in vain? / Matthew Molineux -- Occupational diagnosis / Joan C. Rogers -- Spirituality in the context of occupation: a theory to practice application -- Anita M. Unruh, Joan Versnel, and Natasha Kerr -- Time use and disability -- Louise Farnworth -- Occupation and flow / Jon Wright -- On watching paint dry: an exploration of boredom -- Cathy Long -- Creativity and occupation -- Gaynor Sadlo -- Occupational performance issues in pretend play: implications for paediatric Practice / Karen Stagnitti -- Social inclusion through occupation in community mental health / Rachel Hayden -- Occupational reconstruction for people living with HIV/AIDS / Sarah Yallop -- Therapeutic occupation following stroke: a case study / Janet Golledge -- Occupational science: the forensic challenge / Jane Cronin-Davis, Amanda Lang, and Matthew Molineux -- Occupational issues of refugees / Gail Elizabeth Whiteford -- Occupational science, occupational therapy and evidence based practice: what the well elderly study has taught us / Florence A. Clark, Jeanne Jackson, and Mike Carlson -- Occupation, population health and policy development / Ann A. Wilcock and Clare Hocking.

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