Neurological practice and equipment in December’s BJOT

Submitted by amickel on Thu, 20/12/2012 - 12:33

International research teams have written pieces for this month’s issue of the British Journal of Occupational Therapy.

A New Zealand team look at external memory aid training after traumatic brain injury, while a team from Canada identify the characteristics of ‘straightforward cases’ for which personnel could recommend home bathing equipment.


We also have research on light retrograde massage for the treatment of post-stroke upper limb oedema, the evidence for interventions with children with DCD, and the usefulessness of the PEO Model in acute settings.

And two pieces of practice analysis look at daily living products for older people with sight loss and how virtual teamworking can function with OT.

We also have all your usual CPD and job listings.

December’s BJOT has been sent out to members and should be reaching you now.


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