Australian Occupational Therapy Journal

Cover image for Vol. 64 Issue 5

Edited By: Professor Anne Cusick

Impact Factor: 1.616

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 28/65 (Rehabilitation)

Online ISSN: 1440-1630

Virtual Issue: Stroke and Occupational Therapy

Published October 15, 2012

In honor of World Stroke Day on October 29, the Australian Occupational Therapy Journal invites you to read these collected papers:

Retrospective analysis of factors that affect driving assessment outcomes after stroke
Michelle Chua, Annie McCluskey, Janice M. Smead

What people say about travelling outdoors after their stroke: A qualitative study
Lara Barnsley, Annie McCluskey, Sandy Middleton

An exploration of participation in leisure activities post-stroke
Clare O’Sullivan, Gill Chard

Virtual reality stroke rehabilitation – hype or hope?
Kate Laver, Stacey George, Julie Ratcliffe, Maria Crotty

Exploring the relationship between self-awareness of driving efficacy and that of a proxy when determining fitness to drive after stroke
Tadhg Stapleton, Deirdre Connolly, Desmond O’Neill

Retrospective cohort study of accident outcomes for individuals who have successfully undergone driver assessment following stroke
Alison M. Pearce, Jan M. Smead, Ian D. Cameron

National survey of Canadian occupational therapists’ assessment and treatment of cognitive impairment post-stroke
Nicol Korner-Bitensky, Sheila Barrett-Bernstein, Gabrielle Bibas, Valérie Poulin

Assessment of the upper limb in acute stroke: The validity of hierarchal scoring for the Motor Assessment Scale
Rebekah L. Pickering, Isobel J. Hubbard, Kerry G. Baker, Mark W. Parsons

Stroke: The silent Cinderella!
Isobel Hubbard