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Past Projects

A guide for caring for people at the end of life – development of video and print resources, undertaken at East Grampians Health Service to provide advice for people who are caring for someone with life-shortening illness See videos

Evaluation of Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP) – a qualitative evaluation of HEPPP projects undertaken at Charles Sturt University in 2012 and 2013

Adult Transition Project for people with disabilities in New South Wales
An evaluation of a flexible support package – A qualitative evaluation of a case management program that provided therapy packages to 10 rural and 10 metropolitan people with lifelong disability and A needs analysis of the therapy support services for people aged 40 – 65 years with a lifelong disability who are undergoing a transition. See report
Research funded by Northcott and NSW Government Department of Ageing, Disability, and Home Care

Evaluation of the "Calmer Kids Mind and Body Program" – A mixed methods evaluation of an innovation health promotion program that aimed to assist anxious children to learn to manage and to develop resilience to stress.
Research funded by Ovens and King Community Health Service

Community of Scholars Complications of Diabetes – multi-method, multi-discipline collaborative research exploring physiological, social and occupational complications of diabetes, and methods of providing thorough and efficient monitoring of health status.

Enabling occupation in action: Developing a community of practice scholars – An action research study to explore the clinical utility of the third version of the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance (CMOP) and the guidelines for enabling occupation.

The differential impact of factors on recruitment and retention of allied health professionals in rural Australia: A qualitative study – This multi-discipline collaborative study utilised mixed method investigation of the factors that influence graduates’ employment choices and decision-making.

Articulating occupational therapy: Exploring theory, evidence and occupation-focus within practice – A collaborative action research study exploring and aiming to improve occupational therapists’ use of theory and research, and their practice.

Integrating spirituality, occupation, and mental illness: A journey through life of meaningful being and doing – A Heideggerian phenomenological study that investigated the phenomenon of spirituality within occupation as encountered by six people who all experienced mental illness.

An evaluation of the MentorLink program – A mixed method study, completed under the auspices of OT AUSTRALIA Victoria, which evaluated a pilot mentoring project for Victorian occupational therapists.

Exploration of a camping experience for people who have mental illness – A qualitative study that explored a camping experience undertaken by people living with mental illness who attended Get Together House, which is a community-based psychosocial support and rehabilitation program.

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