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The meaning of social activism to older adults in Ireland
(Association of Occupational Science, 2012)
There has been an upsurge of social activism amongst older adults in Ireland, which was particularly evident during the ‘medical card’ protests in Dublin in October 2008. This study used phenomenological interviews to ...
Individual perspectives on the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) as an intervention in mental health care
(A D G Ltd., 2016-07)
Objective: This study explored the experience of individuals with mental health difficulties who completed the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (W.R.A.P.) intervention. Participant perspectives on the therapeutic elements of ...
The impact of social anxiety on occupational participation in college life
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-02-26)
Social anxiety is a reality for many college students. This study explored the impact of social anxiety on the occupational participation in daily life of six Irish students. Semi-structured interviews were used to explore ...
Balancing perspectives on intervention feasibility: using stakeholder views in decision-making
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2019-03-20)
Background Anxiety and stress are prevalent in general practice and primary care settings, particularly among women. The ‘Redesigning Daily Occupations’ (ReDO) programme is a manualised occupational therapy-led intervention ...
A systematic review and narrative synthesis of occupational therapy-led interventions for individuals with anxiety and stress-related disorders
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-01-15)
Anxiety and stress-related disorders are highly prevalent and impede participation in life activities. Occupational therapists work extensively with people diagnosed with these disorders but the effectiveness of their ...