Eating Disorders, Presentations

‘Occupation Matters in Eating Disorders’ – References for Plymouth University Presentation

Presentation: Sorlie C, Biddle L, Cowan M (2015) ‘Occupation Matters in Eating Disorders’, presentation on 18th March at Plymouth University


Elliot M (2012) ‘Figured World of Eating Disorders: Occupations of Illness‘, Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79(1), 15-22

Lock L, Pepin G (2010) Eating disorders. In: in Brown C, Stoffel VC, eds. Occupational therapy in mental health: a vision for participation. Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis Company. 123-142

Mandel DR, Jackson JM, Zemke R, Nelson L, Clark FA (1999) Lifestyle redesign: implementing the Well Elderly Programme. Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press

Molineux M (2011) ‘Standing firm on shifting sands‘, New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 58(1), 21-28

Park S (2014) ‘Outcome evaluation and documentation process in occupational therapy: occupation-based, client-centered and context-relevant’, Harrison Training.

Pierce D (2001) ‘Occupation by design: Dimensions, therapeutic power, and creative process‘, American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55, 249–259

Pierce D (2003) Occupation by design: building therapeutic power. Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis Company

Sorlie C, Jones C, Stanley K, Rushton H and Gorry G (2013) Levelling the playing field: developing online communities of practice. Poster presentation at: College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference. 18th-20th June, Glasgow. Available online at:

Twinley, R (2012) ‘The dark side of occupation: a concept for consideration’, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 60, 301-303

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