613-821-3765
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Teaching and research related to occupational therapy and quality of life.
Academic

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:

  • health and rehabilitation at work
  • private practice in occupational therapy
  • qualitative research methods
  • therapeutic relationship

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.

Publications accepted/published

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.

Academic

  • Publications accepted/published
  • Publications under review
  • Conference Presentations