Tricia Morrison holds a joint appointment with the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Rehabilitation. Tricia Morrison’s course teaching focuses on the following topics:
Tricia Morrison also undertakes research, both independently and as a team member, and supervises Masters of Occupational Therapy students during their academic research projects. Following is a sampling of Tricia Morrison’s publications and presentations.
T. Morrison & R. Thomas (Accepted March 2014). Survivors’ experiences of return to work following cancer: A photovoice study. Accepted by Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. doi: 10.1177/0008417414534398
T. Morrison & R. Thomas (2014). “Bored out of my gourd”: A cancer survivor’s return to work experience. Current Oncology, 21(1), e169-171. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3747/co.21.1665
S.E. McEwen, M. Egan, M. Chasen, M. Fitch, PCRR Group (2013). Consensus recommendations for cancer rehabilitation: Research and education priorities. Current Oncology, 20(1), 64-69. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3747/co.20.1277
T. Morrison (2013). Individual and environmental implications upon working alliances in occupational therapy. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(11), 507-514. doi: 10.4276/030802213X13833255804676
T. Morrison, & J.D. Smith (2013). Working alliance development in occupational therapy: A cross case analysis. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 60(5), 326-333. doi: 10.1111/1440-1630.12053
J. Lubino, M. Mongrain, M-P. Chiasson, T. Morrison & P. Guitard (2013). Facteurs influençant la relation thérapeutique selon l’expérience vécue de l’ergothérapeute : étude pilote. Revue Ergothérapies, 51, 61-68.
T. Morrison. (2011). A member’s perspective of conference 2011. OT Now, 13(4), 22-23.
Publications under review
T. Morrison & R. Thomas. (Submitted April 2014). Men’s work after cancer: A photovoice exploration. Submitted to American Journal of Men’s Health.
T. R. Hack, E. Quinlan, S. Tatemichi, A. Towers, W. Kwan, B. Miedema, A. Tilley, R. Hamoline, & T. Morrison. (Revised and resubmitted March 2014). At arm’s length: Impact of arm morbidity on leisure activities following breast cancer. Submitted to Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal.
T. Morrison (Submitted February 2014; Revised and resubmitted June 2014). Using vignettes to explore physicians’ perspectives of cancer survivors’ work integration. Submitted to The Qualitative Report.
T. Morrison, R. Thomas, & P. Guitard (Submitted February 2014; Revised and resubmitted May 2014). Physicians’ perspectives of cancer survivors’ work integration. Submitted to Canadian Family Physician.
K. Vezeau, T. Morrison, K. Lapensé, & G. Ashekian (Submitted August 2013; Revised and resubmitted January 2014 and May 2014). Novice occupational therapists’ experience of therapeutic relationships: A pilot study. Submitted to Occupational Therapy in Health Care.
T. Morrison & R. Thomas (Submitted August 2013; Revised and Resubmitted March 2014). Cancer survivors’ concealment or disclosure of diagnosis: Implications for return to work. Submitted to Work A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation.
Conference presentations are plentiful. A sampling of conference posters are posted for review.
Providing occupational therapy services in Ottawa and Eastern Ontario since 1993. Clients include individuals experiencing difficulties at home, work or in the community, large and small employers, health care facilities, lawyers, and insurers.
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