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Occupational Therapy Students' Approaches to Learning: Considering the Impact of Culture
Learning approaches describe the way that individuals approach tasks or learning situations and are influenced by individual characteristics and specific learning contexts. Cultural factors areExpand
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Strange new world: applying a Bourdieuian lens to understanding early student experiences in higher education
Occupational therapy pre‐registration education stands at the intersection of the fields of health and social care and higher education. UK Government agendas in both fields have seen an increase inExpand
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“Going Back to Country with Bosses”: The Yiriman Project, youth participation and walking along with elders
This paper describes a new approach to youth participation and development used by a youth organization in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It offers an account of how people fromExpand
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Profitable portfolios: capital that counts in higher education
Under-representation in UK higher education of students from less privileged social backgrounds is an enduring problem. While there are examples of productive participation, the pattern of collectiveExpand
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The influence of load carrying on gait parameters in humans and apes: implications for the evolution of human bipedalism
We provide a comparison of loaded and unloaded carrying gait parameters in humans, common chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), bonobos (Pan paniscus), Western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla),Expand
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Maintaining the status quo: symbolic violence in higher education
Government policies and financial imperatives have fostered growing heterogeneity in student bodies in UK and Australian higher education (HE), but the underpinning logic of practice in theseExpand
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Supporting Success in Diverse Student Populations
Government agendas seek to widen participation in university education. Reforms of the National Health Service incorporate a commitment to increase the number of occupational therapists beingExpand
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Pregnancy and infant loss: a survey of families’ experiences in Ontario Canada
BackgroundPregnancy and infant loss has a pervasive impact on families, health systems, and communities. During and after loss, compassionate, individualized, and skilled support from professionalsExpand
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Exploring Changes in Occupational Therapy Students' Approaches to Learning during Pre-Registration Education
This article describes a longitudinal cohort study, which examined the preferred approaches to learning of pre-registration occupational therapy students (N = 55) as they progressed through the 3Expand
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Phase 1 Development of an Index to Measure the Quality of Neuraxial Labor Analgesia: Exploring the Perspectives of Childbearing Women
and severe PPH rates compared with ergometrine. Rates for PPH and mean blood loss were similar in women receiving misoprostol compared with ergometrine, but the women who receivedmisoprostol hadmuchExpand
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