JOURNAL ARTICLES: Perspectives on Occupational Therapy Practice in the Criminal Justice System
- Bartholomew, A. (1976). The need for recreational activity in forced confinement. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 23, 62-69.
- Chacksfield, J. D. (1997). Forensic occupational therapy: Is it a developing specialism? British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 4(7), 371-374.
- Dieleman, C., & Steggles, E. (2013). CAOT professional issue forum: Occupational therapy and criminal justice. Occupational Therapy Now, 15(40), 9-10.
- Duncan, E. A. S., & Moody, K. J. (2003). Integrated care pathways in mental health settings: An occupational therapy perspective. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66(10), 473-478.
- Dunn, C., & Seymour, A. (2008). Forensic psychiatry and vocational rehabilitation: Where are we at? British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71(10), 448-450.
- Farnworth, L., & Muñoz, J. P. (2009). An occupational and rehabilitation perspective for institutional practice. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32(3), 192-198.
- Fieldhouse, J. (2000). Occupational science and community mental health: Using occupational risk factors as a framework for exploring chronicity. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(5), 211.
- Flood, B. (2013). An introduction to occupational therapy in forensic psychiatry. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 4(7), 375.
- Forward, M., Lloyd, C. A., & Trevan-Hawke, J. (1999). The OT in the forensic psychiatric setting. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 6(9), 442-446.
- Lloyd, C. (1987). The role of occupational therapy in the treatment of the forensic psychiatric patient. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 34(1), 20-25. doi: 10.1111/j.1440-1630.1987.tb01561.x
- Lloyd, C. (1995). Trends in forensic psychiatry. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 58(5), 209-213.
- Molineux, M. L., & Whiteford, G. E. (1999). Prisons: From occupational deprivation to occupational enrichment. Journal of Occupation Science, 6, 124-130.
- O'Connell, M. & Farnworth, L. (2007). Occupational therapy in forensic psychiatry: A review of the literature and a call for a united and international response. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70(5), 184-191.
- Paulson, C (1980). Juvenile delinquency and occupational choice. The American Journal Of Occupational Therapy, 34(9), 565-571.
- Penner, D. A. (1978). Correctional institutions: An overview. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 32, 517-524.
- Seek, N. (1989). The New Zealand prison system: The potential role of occupational therapy. Journal of the New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists, 40, 16-19.
- Shu-ki, S. (1990). Occupational therapy in forensic psychiatric units. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 41(2), 18-22.
- Virikowic, T. (1993). Perspectives on delinquency and the Model of Human Occupation. Journal of Occupational Therapy Students, 7(1), 30-41.
- Whiteford, G. (1995). A concrete void: Occupational deprivation and the special needs inmate. Journal of Occupational Science: Australia, 2, 80-81.
- Whiteford, G. (1997). Occupational deprivation and incarceration. Journal of Occupational Science, 4(3), 126-130. doi: 10.1080/14427591.1997.9686429
- Whiteford, G. (2000). Occupational deprivation: Global challenge in the new millennium. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(5).
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