Occupational Therapy Journal Club

Walking as a meaningful leisure occupation – OT Journal Club

This article is titled “Walking as a meaningful leisure occupation: the implications for occupational therapy” (Wensley & Slade, 2012), published in the British Journal of Occupational Therapy. This article falls into the category VI level of evidence as seen in the above table, which is based on the effectiveness rating system by Ackley, Swan, Ladwig,Continue reading “Walking as a meaningful leisure occupation – OT Journal Club”

LGBTQIA+ and Gender Representation in OT ā€“ #OTalk Series

As a woman who identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community, I am familiar with various terminology used by people who are part of this community, and some of the challenges that they face. I also would like to make it clear that as a straight presenting woman who lives with her female partner, withContinue reading “LGBTQIA+ and Gender Representation in OT ā€“ #OTalk Series”

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Welcome to Journal Club!

If you found this page, Welcome! As a new Occupational Therapist through this strange time (COVID is going on as I am creating this), I thought it would be interesting to start an OT journal club, where I will read an article and post a summary and my critical thoughts around it. If you have an article you’d like to share please message me!

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