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South African Journal of Occupational Therapy

versión On-line ISSN 0038-2337

S. Afr. j. occup. ther. vol.42 no.1 Pretoria  2012




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1. Sonday, A. et al. School Based Occupational Therapists: An exploration of their role in a Cape Metropole Full Service School. SAJOT, 2012; 42 (1): 2-6. In this edition.         [ Links ]

2. Hargreaves A, Nakhooda R, Mottay N, Subramoney S. The collaborative relationship between teachers and occupational therapists in junior primary mainstream school. SAJOT, 2012; 42 (1): 7-10. In this edition.         [ Links ]

3. Hassan S, Visagie S, Mji G. The achievement of community integration and productive activity outcomes by CVA survivors in the Western Cape Metro Health District. SAJOT 2012; 42 (1): 11- 16. In this edition.         [ Links ]

4. De Jong J, Hess L, Wegner L. Curriculum transformation: A proposed route to reflect a political consciousness in occupational therapy education. SAJOT, 2012; 42 (1)16-20. In this edition.         [ Links ]

5. De Beer M, Voster C. Fieldwork education: Putting supervisors' interpersonal communication to the test. SAJOT, 2012; 42 (1):21-26. In this edition.         [ Links ]

6. Casteleijn D, Graham, M. Domains for occupational therapy outcomes in mental health practices. SAJOT, 2012; 42 (1):26 - 34. In this edition.         [ Links ]

7. De Jong J. Undergraduate occupational therapy students' engagement in qualitative research: Identifying research problems and questions through reflection while in a community fieldwork setting. SAJOT, 2012; 42 (1):35-39. In this edition.         [ Links ]

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