Gail Whiteford mostly deals with Occupational therapy, Occupational science, Gender studies, Pedagogy and Identity. His Occupational therapy study incorporates themes from Qualitative research, Social psychology, Prison and Reflective practice. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Phenomenology, Interpretative phenomenological analysis and Meaning.
Participatory action research and Medical education is closely connected to Clinical psychology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Reflective practice. His Gender studies research incorporates elements of Social science, Postmodernism and Philosophy of education. His Competence research extends to the thematically linked field of Pedagogy.
Gail Whiteford mainly investigates Occupational therapy, Pedagogy, Occupational science, Context and Qualitative research. His Occupational therapy study also includes fields such as
Gail Whiteford combines subjects such as Reflective practice and Participatory action research with his study of Medical education. His Occupational science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Identity, Social science and Criminology. Gail Whiteford has researched Social science in several fields, including Inclusion and Gender studies.
Occupational therapy, Pedagogy, Higher education, Occupational science and Public relations are his primary areas of study. His research in Occupational therapy intersects with topics in Mental health, Praxis and Justice. The study incorporates disciplines such as Identity, Gender studies and Collaborative action in addition to Justice.
Gail Whiteford works on Pedagogy which deals in particular with Curriculum. His research in the fields of Access to Higher Education and High education overlaps with other disciplines such as Perspective. His research integrates issues of Cognitive psychology, Salience and Social transformation in his study of Occupational science.
Gail Whiteford focuses on Justice, Pedagogy, Occupational therapy, Public administration and Occupational science. His Justice study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Collaborative action and Gender studies. His Pedagogy research includes elements of Reflexivity, Higher education and Program evaluation.
His Occupational therapy study combines topics in areas such as Mental health, Community of practice and Public relations. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Racism, Cultural safety and Health care reform, Health policy. He has included themes like Identity and Criminology in his Occupational science study.
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Occupational Deprivation: Global Challenge in the New Millennium
British Journal of Occupational Therapy (2000)
Phenomenological Research: An Exploration of Conceptual, Theoretical, and Practical Issues
Clare Wilding;Gail Whiteford.
Otjr-occupation Participation and Health (2005)
Reflections on a renaissance of occupation.
Gail Whiteford;Elizabeth Townsend;Clare Hocking.
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy (2000)
Knowledge generation and utilisation in occupational therapy: Towards epistemic reflexivity
Elizabeth Anne Kinsella;Gail Elizabeth Whiteford.
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal (2009)
Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation
Gail E. Whiteford;Clare Hocking.
Occupational deprivation and incarceration
Journal of Occupational Science (1997)
Participatory occupational justice framework (POJF) 2010: Enabling occupational participation and inclusion
Gail Whiteford;Elizabeth Townsend.
Occupational therapies without borders (2011)
Reflection in intercultural learning: examining the international experience through a critical incident approach
Lindy McAllister;Gail Whiteford;Bob Hill;Noel Thomas.
Reflective Practice (2006)
Occupation and occupational therapy: Knowledge paradigms and everyday practice
Clare Wilding;Gail Whiteford.
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal (2007)
Understanding the occupational deprivation of refugees: a case study from Kosovo.
Gail Elizabeth Whiteford.
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy (2005)
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