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An exploration of the lived experience of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their relationship with occupational therapy: An extended research proposal (2019)The history of childhood sexual abuse across both Ireland and Scotland has been well documented. The legacy of this type of abuse on adult survivors has been explored from the perspective of disciplines such as social ...
(2019)Abstract: It is estimated approximately 660 people sleep rough in Scotland every night. The prevalence of women sleeping rough is a growing issue in Scotland. It is identified by research in the UK that women who sleep ...
AN ETHNOGRAPHIC EXPLORATION OF STROKE SURVIVOR’S PARTICIPATION IN LEISURE ACTIVITIES IN THE COMMUNITY (2019)Background: Increasing developments in acute stroke treatment and care has led to a growing number of people surviving stroke and returning to the community (Brewer et al. 2012; NICE 2019). The Royal College of ...
EXPLORING OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS’ PERCEPTION OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY IN THE AREA OF HAND THERAPY (UK PERSPECTIVE (2019)Background information: The role of a hand therapist is made up of the occupational therapy and physiotherapy profession (BAHT 2017). Yet due to a dominating model of practice, influencing service factors and an uncertain ...
(2019)Background: Domestic abuse is a significant problem in Scottish society. However, much of the research is based on female survivors of abuse. The exclusion of men throughout policy, research and services is prevalent, ...