Taylor, JA 1995, 'A different voice in occupational therapy' , British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 58 (4) , pp. 170-174.
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The majority of occupational therapists are women. the reasons for and the consequences of this situation are reflected upon in this article, in order to achieve a better understanding of the functioning of the profession within health care services. Recent feminist writings, in particular by nurses, psychologists and American occupational Therapists, suggest ways in which being female and feminist can have a positive effect on the occupational therapist's work.
|Themes:||Health and Wellbeing
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|Schools:||Schools > School of Health Sciences|
|Journal or Publication Title:||British Journal of Occupational Therapy|
|Publisher:||College of Occupational Therapists|
|Funders:||Non funded research|
|Depositing User:||Dr Jackie Taylor|
|Date Deposited:||29 May 2013 12:16|
|Last Modified:||30 Nov 2015 23:51|
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