Items where SHU Author is "Pollard, Nicholas"

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FRANSEN, Hetty, POLLARD, Nicholas, KANTARTZIS, Sarah and VIANA-MOLDES, Ines (2015). Participatory citizenship: critical perspectives on client-centred occupational therapy. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 22 (4), 260-266.

HAMILTON, Mary, NUGENT, Pauline and POLLARD, Nicholas (2014). Learner voices at Pecket: past and present. Fine Print, 37 (1), 15-20.

POLLARD, Nicholas and SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios (2014). The occupational therapist as a political being. Cadernos de Terapia Ocupacional da UFSCar, 22 (3), 643-652.

SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios and POLLARD, Nicholas (2013). A commentary of the social responsibility of occupational therapy education. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 37 (3), 416-430.

IKIUGU, Moses, POLLARD, Nicholas, CROSS, Audrey, WILLER, Megan, EVERSON, Jenna and STOCKLAND, Jeanie (2012). Meaning making through occupations and occupational roles: a heuristic study of worker-writer histories. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75 (6), 289-295.

SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios, AOYAMA, Mami, HUDSON, Mark and POLLARD, Nicholas (2012). An occupational therapy international summer school on Minamata disease, occupational justice, and the natural environment. West Kyushu journal of rehabilitation sciences, 5, 43-48.

POLLARD, Nicholas (2011). Working in social enterprises. International journal of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, 1 (2), 30-37.

PARKS, Stephen and POLLARD, Nick (2010). Emergent strategies for an established field: the role of the worker writer groups in composition and rhetoric. College Composition and Communication, 61 (3), 476-509.

POLLARD, Nick (2010). Occupational narratives, community publishing and worker writing groups: sustaining stories from the margins. Groupwork, 20 (1), 9-33.

GUAJARDO, A and POLLARD, Nicholas (2010). Occupational therapy perspectives from the southern hemisphere. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 73 (6), p. 241.

POLLARD, Nick, SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios and LAWSON-PORTER, Anne (2010). Will occupational science facilitate or divide the practice of occupational therapy? International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 17 (1), 648-654.

POLLARD, Nick and SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios (2009). Is doing 'good' good?: professional motives v. community needs. Asia Pacific Disability and Rehabilitation Journal, 20 (2).

PARKS, Stephen and POLLARD, Nick (2009). The extra-curricular of composition: a dialogue on community publishing. Community Literacy Journal, 3 (2), 53-77.

SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios, POLLARD, Nicholas and KRONENBERG, Frank (2008). Time to get political. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71 (9), p. 359.

POLLARD, Nick and SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios (2007). Occupation, education and community-based rehabilitation. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70 (4), 171-174.

POLLARD, Nick and SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios (2007). Operationalizing community participation in community-based rehabilitation: exploring the factors. Disability and Rehabilitation, 30 (1), 62-70.

POLLARD, Nick and SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios (2007). Sex and occupational therapy: contradictions or contraindications? British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70 (8), 361-365.

POLLARD, Nick (2007). Voices talk, hands write: sustaining community publishing with people with learning difficulties. Groupwork, 17 (2), 36-56.

KRONENBERG, Frank and POLLARD, Nick (2006). Political dimensions of occupation and the roles of occupational therapy. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60 (6), 617-625.

SAKELLARIOU , Dikaios and POLLARD, Nick (2006). Rehabilitation: in the community or with the community. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69 (12), 562-567.

SAKELLARIOU , Dikaios, POLLARD, Nick, FRANSEN, Hetty, KRONENBERG, Frank and SINCLAIR, Kit (2006). Reporting on the WFOT-CBR master project plan: the data collection subproject. WFOT Bulletin, 54, 37-45.

POLLARD, Nick and KRONENBERG, Frank (2005). El marco conceptual de las Actividades políticas de la Vida Diaria, la Rehabilitación Basada en la Comunidad y la Terapia Ocupacional. Terapia Ocupacional, 38, 3-15.

POLLARD, Nicholas, ALSOP, Auldeen and KRONENBERG, Frank (2005). Reconceptualising occupational therapy. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68 (11), 524-526.

KRONENBERG, Frank, FRANSEN, Hetty and POLLARD, Nick (2005). The WFOT position paper on community-based rehabilitation: a call upon the profession to engage with people affected by occupational apartheid. WFOT Bulletin, 51, 5-13.

CHASTON , Denise, POLLARD, Nick and JUBB, Denis (2004). Young onset of dementia: a case for real empowerment. Journal of Dementia Care, 12 (6), 24-26.

JUBB, Denis, POLLARD, Nick and CHASTON , Denise (2003). Developing services for younger people with dementia. Nursing Times, 99 (22), 34-35.

POLLARD, Nick (2002). On the line: continuing professional development between research and practice. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65 (5), 242-243.

POLLARD, Nick and WALSH, Susan (2000). Occupational therapy, gender and mental health: an inclusive perspective? British Journal of Occupational Therapy , 63 (9), 425-431.

Book Section

POLLARD, Nicholas (2015). Seeking asylum in the UK. In: RUSHFORD, Nancy and THOMAS, Kerry, (eds.) Disaster and development: an occupational perspective. Sydney, Churchill Livingstone, 95-102.

POLLARD, Nicholas (2014). The little society: the personalisation agenda and sustaining older adults with enduring mental health needs in community care provision. In: TOD, Angela M. and HIRST, Julia, (eds.) Health and inequality : applying public health research to policy and practice. London, Routledge, 122-130.

POLLARD, Nicholas and SMART, Pat (2011). Making writing accessible to all : The Federation of Worker Writers and Community Publishers and The FED. In: MATHIEU, Paula, PARKS, Steven J. and ROUSCULP, Tiffany, (eds.) Circulating communities : the tactics and strategies of community publishing. Lanham, Maryland, Lexington Books, 21-34.

POLLARD, Nicholas, SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios and KRONENBERG, Frank (2009). Community development. In: MOLINEUX, Matthew, CURTIN, Michael and SUPYK, Jo, (eds.) Occupational therapy and physical dysfunction : enabling occupation. 6th ed. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.

POLLARD, Nicholas and VOICES TALK, HANDS WRITE WRITING GROUP, (name of group) (2008). Voices talk, hands write. In: CREPEAU, Elizabeth Blesedell, COHN, Ellen S and BOYT SCHELL, Barbara A, (eds.) Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy. 11th edition. Philadelphia, Lipincott, Williams and Wilkins, 139-145.

POLLARD, Nicholas and KRONENBERG, Frank (2008). Working with people on the margins. In: CREEK, Jennifer and LOUGHER, Lesley, (eds.) Occupational therapy and mental health. 4th ed. Oxford, Churchill Livingstone, 557-577.

POLLARD, Nicholas (2004). Notes towards an approach for the therapeutic use of creative writing in occupational therapy. In: SAMPSON, Fiona, (ed.) Creative writing in health and social care. London, Jessica Kingsley, 189-206.

Authored Book

IKIUGU, Moses N. and POLLARD, Nicholas (2015). Meaningful living through occupation : occupation-based intervention strategies for occupational therapists and scientists. Critical Studies in Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science . London, Whiting & Birch.

Edited Book

BLOCK, Pam, KASNITZ, Devva, NISHIDA, Akemi and POLLARD, Nicholas, eds. (2015). Occupying disability: critical approaches to community, justice and decolonizing disability. New York, Springer. (In Press)

POLLARD, Nick and SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios, eds. (2012). Politics of occupation-centred practice : reflections on occupational engagement across cultures. Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell.

KRONENBERG, Frank, POLLARD, Nicholas and SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios, eds. (2010). Occupational therapies without borders. Volume 2. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.

POLLARD, Nicholas, SAKELLARIOU, Dikaios and KRONENBERG, Frank, eds. (2008). A political practice of occupational therapy. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.

KRONENBERG, Frank, ALGADO, Salvador Simo and POLLARD, Nicholas, eds. (2004). Occupational therapy without borders : learning from the spirit of survivors. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.

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