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Clare WildingProfile - Clare Wilding

Qualifications

  • PhD, Charles Sturt University, 2008
  • MAppSc(OT), University of South Australia, 2004
  • Core curriculum training certificate, Melbourne Centre of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Action Techniques, 1993
  • BApSc(OT), La Trobe University, 1989
  • Registered Occupational Therapist


Selected work experiences (last 5 years)

Charles Sturt University

  • Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Community Health
  • Research Project Leader, Evaluation of Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Programs (HEPPP), for Dean of Students, Office for Students
  • Researcher, Adult Transition Project for people with disability in NSW, in partnership with Northcott https://www.northcott.com.au/publications/general
  • Courses Director, School of Community Health
  • Course Leader and Lecturer, Occupational Therapy
  • Course Coordinator, Bachelor of Social Science (Habilitation)
  • Research Fellow, Research Institute for Professional Practice, Learning, and Education (RIPPLE)


East Grampians Health Service


University of Canberra, School of Public Health and Nutrition

  • Casual marking
  • Assessment consultation
  • Subject and course development consultation


Forensicare

  • Facilitation of group mentoring and group-based continuing professional development

 

Publications (last 5 years)

Nayar, S., Stanley, M., Asaba, E., Laliberte Rudman, D., Wilding, C. & Wright-St Clair, V. (2015). Closing conversations. In, Nayar, S. & Stanley, M. (Eds.), Qualitative Research Methodologies for Occupational Science and Therapy, (pp. 225–235). Routledge, New York.

Wilding, C. & Galvin, D. (2015). Action Research: exploring occupation and transforming occupational therapy. In, Nayar, S. & Stanley, M. (Eds.), Qualitative Research Methodologies for Occupational Science and Therapy, (pp. 101–117). Routledge, New York.

Di Tommaso, A. & Wilding, C. (2014). Exploring ways to improve descriptions of occupational therapy. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61(1), pp. 27–33.

Wilding, C. (2013) Re-enchanting occupational therapy: transforming practice. Scholars’ Press, Saarbrucken, Germany. ISBN: 3639519388

Fitzpatrick, S., Smith, M. & Wilding, C. (2012). Quality allied health clinical supervision policy in Australia: a literature review. Australian Health Review doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AH11053

Wilding, C., Curtin, M. & Whiteford, G. (2012). Enhancing occupational therapists’ confidence and professional development through a community of practice scholars. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 59(5), pp. 312–318. Doi: 10.1111/j.1440-1630.2012.01031.x

Galvin, D., Wilding, C & Whiteford, G. (2011) Utopian visions/Dystopian realities: Exploring practice and taking action to enable human rights and occupational justice in a hospital context. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 58(5), pp. 378–385.

Wilding, C. (2011). Raising awareness of hegemony in occupational therapy: The value of action research for improving practice. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 58(4), pp. 293 – 299.

Parnell, T. & Wilding, C. (2010). Where can an occupation-focused philosophy take occupational therapy? Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 57, 345-348.

Wilding, C. (2010). Defining occupational therapy. In, M. Curtin, M. Molineux & J. Supyk-Mellson (Eds.), Occupational Therapy and Physical Dysfunction Enabling Occupation, (6th ed., pp. 3-15). Elsevier, London, England.

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