UNE Occupational Therapy students in their final semester write an evidence-based paper bridging neuroscience and occupation. These papers demonstrate integration of the profession of occupational therapy and exemplify high levels of scholarship, science base, foundations of occupation, and professional writing. Examples of areas of occupation to bridge with neurology include: sleep, exercise routine as occupation, effect of meaningful occupations on people with chronic disease, learning new activities and the aging brain, perturbations of routine and mental health, social participation and people with autism, addictive behavior, routine, and the brain, sexuality and life role.


Submissions from 2014


Exploring The Neuro-Occupational Relationship Between Routine Family Mealtimes And Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Megan Shea