Our occupational therapy mental health research is guided by a vision to conduct meaningful research that facilitates evidence-based practices to enable consumers and carers to achieve valued health and life goals.

We focus on collaborative research partnerships alongside diverse, evidence-based opportunities for occupational therapists to develop research-related knowledge, skills, and confidence.

We aim to:

  • Improve evidence-based practices
  • Generate and evaluate innovative ideas and solutions
  • Enhance the quality-of-care and valued outcomes that consumers and carers, families and supporters experience with mental health treatment

Project areas

  • Driving
  • Sensory Modulation
  • Vocation and Employment
  • Groupwork
  • Implementation Science
  • Co-design Research
  • Clinician-Researcher Capacity Building
  • Emerging Evidence Practice Areas
Last updated 02 November 2022