A client informed framework of client-centred brain injury rehabilitation


Background: Client-centred practice is well established as a core foundation of occupational therapy however, there is little research evidence concerning the client experience (Whalley-Hammell, 2013). The aim of this study... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Kate DCruz (La Trobe University,)
  2. Linsey Howie (La Trobe University,)
  3. Primrose Lentin (Department of Occupational Therapy, Monash University - Peninsula Campus)

Topic Areas

Europe 2020 targets and occupational therapy /science development , Horizon 2020 and occupational therapy / science research , WHO 2020 health promotion and disease prevention , Education / Research / Professional Challenges , Research methods , Practice and intervention methods , New and innovative intervention , Evidence based practice , Service user involvement in developing practice education and research enablement


OS - 5A » Brain Injury (13:50 - Friday, 17th June, AC213)