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A discussion of the synergy and divergence between Lean Six Sigma and person-centred improvement sciences (Science Publications, 2020-04-13)Background: This paper discusses if and how the improvement sciences of Lean Six Sigma and person-centred approaches can be melded or blended in the health care context. The discussion highlights the relationship between ...
Quality of life outcomes for people with serious mental illness living in supported accommodation: Systematic review and meta-analysis (Springer, 2020)Purpose: To conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of Quality of Life (QoL) outcomes for people with serious mental illness living in three types of supported accommodation.
(Emerald, 2020)This study aimed to look at parents’ perceptions of a number of different toy prototypes that represented physical impairments, and predictors of these perceptions. A correlational survey design was used. Parents of ...
(Springer, 2020-05-05)Refugees can be formed as “subjects” as they navigate forced displacement in countries that are not their own. In particular, everyday life as the politicized Other, and as humanitarianism’s depoliticized beneficiary, can ...
(European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education, 2020-04-30)