#OTalk Journal (Media) Club Topics

Journals/Research Articles


October 2013

Hosted by Kirsty Stanley @kirstyes

Hartman, L.R., Mandich, A., Magalhães, L. and Orchard, T. 2011. How Do We ‘See’ Occupations? An Examination of Visual Research Methodologies in the Study of Human Occupation. Journal of Occupational Science. 18 (4), 292-305.

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November 2013

Hosted by Sarah (@SarahMassey92) and Hannah (@OTstudentHannah)

Robertson L, Graham F, Anderson J (2013). What actually informs practice: occupational therapists’ views of evidence. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(7), p.317-324.

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December 2013

Hosted by Rebecca Haigh @becci_haigh_ot

Makdisi, L., Blank, A., Bryant, W., Andrews, C., Franco, L. and Parsonage, J. (2013) “Facilitators and barriers to living with psychosis: an exploratory collaborative study of the perspectives of mental health service users”, The British Journal of Occupational Therapy,76:9, pp. 418-426.

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January 2014

Hosted by Dr Lindsey Nicholls @BrunelOT3

Egan, M., (2007). Speaking of suffering and occupational therapy, Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74 (4): 293-301

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February 2014

Postponed to September 2014


March 2014

Hosted by Eileen Hagarty @eileenhegarty7

The Great British Paraorchestra (Hickson, 2012) – considering Music as an Occupation. – http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-great-british-paraorchestra/4od

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April 2014

Hosted by Merrolee Penman @merrolee

Murad, M.H., Coto-Yglesias, F., Varkey, P., Prokop, L.J. and Murad, A.L. (2010) ‘The Effectiveness of Self-Directed Learning in Health Professions Education: a Systematic Review‘, Medical Education, 44(11), pp. 1057-1068. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2923.2010.03750.x

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May 2014

Hosted by Rachel Russel @bronteot

Aplin, T., et al. (2013) “Understanding the dimensions of home that impact on home modification decision making.” Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 60(2), pp. 101-109. DOI: 10.1111/1440-1630.12022

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June 2014

No online journal club as the #OTalk team went ‘On Tour’ to the College of Occupational Therapists annual conference in Brighton.

We held a ‘virtual journal club’ – ‘Try before you Byte’.

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July 2014

Hosted by Helen @Helen_OTUK & Clarissa @GeekyOT

Upton, D., Stephens, D., Williams, B. and Scurlock-Evans, L. (2014) ‘Occupational Therapists’ Attitudes, Knowledge and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice: a Systematic Review of Published Research’, British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 77(1), pp. 24-38

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August 2014

Hosted by Rachel @OTsinLondon

Priebe, S., et al. (2011) Good practice in health care for migrants: views and experiences of care professionals in 16 European countries. BMC Public Health 11:187.   (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-187

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September 2014

Hosted by Charlotte O’Reilly @CharlOTPlay

White, E., Barnitt, R. (2000) Empowered or Discouraged? A Study of People with Learning Disabilities and their Experience of Engaging in Intimate Relationships. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 63 (6) 270-276.

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January 2015

Hosted by Kirsty Stanley @Kirstyes

White, B. P., Ma, A., & Whitney, D. (2014). Relationships among occupation/activity patterns, health and stress perceptions, and life orientation in well adults. The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy2(4), 5.

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April 2016

Hosted by OTalk Team  @OTalk_

BJOT, #OTalk (2016) Social media: Creating communities of research and practice. British Journal of Occupational Therapy 79 (4): 195-196.

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Media Club (TEDx Talks)


May 2016

Hosted by Bill Wong @BillWongOT

Seymour, N. (2012). What a difference a day makes. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OZ5fu2YKCM. Accessed: 17.05.2016.


Last updated 19 June 2016


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