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James, Carole

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Supervision in practice education and transition to practice: student and new graduate perceptions 10 6 0
Attitudes toward learning oral communication skills online: the importance of intrinsic interest and student-instructor differences 25 12 0
The effect of load in a floor-to-bench lift during the WorkHab Functional Capacity Evaluation 24 16 0
Weight management advice for clients with overweight or obesity: allied health professional survey 36 29 2
Student experience of oral communication assessment tasks online from a multi-disciplinary trial 37 23 1
Pushing through: mental health consumers' experiences of an individual placement and support employment programme 21 15 0
Factors that influence the professional resilience of occupational therapists in mental health practice 354 261 12
Nurse provision of healthy lifestyle advice to people who are overweight or obese 13 10 0
Difference in perceived knowledge, confidence and attitudes between dietitians and other health professionals in the provision of weight management advice 117 76 0
Help-seeking for mental health problems by employees in the Australian Mining Industry 49 37 2
Organisational factors influencing the return to work process for injured workers: using social theory to inform practice 12 11 0
The role of the Australian workplace return to work coordinator: essential qualities and attributes 30 13 1
Maintaining occupation-based practice in Australian mental health practice: a critical stance 101 58 3
Return-to-work coordinators' resourcefulness and the provision of suitable duties for nurses with injuries 42 35 0
Occupational therapy and obesity: an integrative literature review 77 62 1
Help-seeking for mental health problems by employees in the Australian mining industry 7 5 0
Insights into workplace return to work coordinator training: an Australian perspective 2 2 0
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