Australian Occupational Therapy Journal

Cover image for Vol. 61 Issue 4

Edited By: Dr Elspeth Froude

Impact Factor: 0.827

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 50/62 (Rehabilitation)

Online ISSN: 1440-1630


Enabling Occupation - A Retrospective from Multiple Perspectives: An AOTJ Virtual Issue

In 2009 the Editorial Board of Australian Occupational Therapy Journal decided to showcase a selection of its recently published occupationally-based articles in an electronic feature edition of the Journal. Please click here to view the issue.


Online Content Available back to Volume 1

All issues of Australian Occupational Therapy Journal dating back to 1952 are now available! Libraries wishing to purchase access to these valuable archives should visit our Librarian Site for more information.


Top 10 accessed articles online in 2011 from Australian Occupational Therapy Journal

Reflections on doing, being and becoming*

Ann Allart Wilcock


Helping children with autism spectrum disorders and their families: Are we losing our occupation-centred focus?

Sylvia Rodger, Jill Ashburner, Linda Cartmill, Helen Bourke-Taylor


The meanings of craft to an occupational therapist

Emma Harris


Pretend play, social competence and involvement in children aged 5–7 years: The concurrent validity of the Child-Initiated Pretend Play Assessment

Nicole Uren, Karen Stagnitti


A model for play-based intervention for children with ADHD

Reinie Cordier, Anita Bundy, Clare Hocking, Stewart Einfeld


The process of evidence-based practice in occupational therapy: Informing clinical decisions

Sally Bennett, John W. Bennett


Coaching parents to enable children's participation: An approach for working with parents and their children

Fiona Graham, Sylvia Rodger, Jenny Ziviani


Towards family-centred practice in paediatric occupational therapy: A review of the literature on parent–therapist collaboration

Karen Hanna, Sylvia Rodger


Reflecting on our effectiveness: Occupational therapy interventions with Indigenous clients

Amanda Stedman, Yvonne Thomas


Occupational therapy at the ‘cultural interface’: Lessons from research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians

Yvonne Thomas, Marion Gray, Sue McGinty