Scientific & Peer Reviewed Poster Presentations

Hamilton, A. L., Burwash, S. C., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S., … Pattison, M. (2017). Making connections and promoting the profession: Social media use by World Federation of Occupational Therapists member organisations.  AOTA Annual Conference and Centennial Celebration, March 30 – April 2, 2017. Philadephia, PA, USA.

Copley, J., Fitzgerald, C., Hamilton, A., Broadbridge, J., Horstmann, K., & Bonassi, M. (2015).  Increasing occupational therapy student numbers and the future of practice education.  Occupational Therapy Australia National Conference “Changes – Challenges – Choices”, July 1-3, 2015, Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

Reinbott, A. L & Hamilton, A. L. (2015). Exploring Australian occupational therapists’ digital literacy levels through a mixed methods research design.  Occupational Therapy Australia National Conference “Changes – Challenges – Choices”, July 1-3, 2015, Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

Hamilton, A., Coldwell-Neilson, J. & Craig, A. (2014).  Digital literacy in the occupational therapy profession: Examining our status and exploring our future. Poster presentation at the World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress, Yokohama, Japan, June 21. Pacifico Yokohama, Kanegawa, Japan.

Cook, B., Penman, M., Hamilton, A. Coolhaas, L., Phua, T., & Sullivan, A. (2013).  Social Media in the Contemporary CPD Climate. Occupational Therapy Australia 25th National Conference and Exhibition, July 24-26 2013. Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Burwash, S. C. & Hamilton, A. L., & Penman, M. (2013).  Pomodoro Technique® – You Say tomato and I say Tomahto.  Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists National Conference, May 29- June 1, 2013, Victoria: BC, Canada.

Hamilton, A. & Burwash S. C. (2012).  OT24Vx: A Conference You can Attend at Home in Your PJs.  OT Australia Limited Queensland State Conference. “Navigating Change In An Ocean Of Opportunity” September 13-15, 2012, Cairns, Qld. Australia.  OTAus (Qld) Poster

Hamilton, A., Tang, R., Fong, M., & Ma, L. (2012).  Skills Retraining Using the Holistic Habit Retraining Model: A Program for Family Members of Persons With ABI.  Research work in progress.  American Occupational Therapy 92nd Annual Conference and Expo.  April 26-29, 2012, Indiana, IN, USA. (Link to handout) (AOTA confirmation letter for CPD)

Burwash, S. C., Hamilton, A., &  Jacobs, K. (2012).  Learning with colleagues wearing pajamas.  American Occupational Therapy 92nd Annual Conference and Expo.  April 26-29, 2012, Indiana, IN, USA.

Bannert, E., Anstey, N., Ma, L. &, Hamilton, A. (2011).  Overcoming the digital-divide: Engaging people with Acquired Brain Injury online. CAOT National Conference “Occupation under the living skies”, June 15-18, 2011, Saskatoon: SK, Canada. (Link to handout)

Hamilton, A., Lin, J., Bannert, E., Langenhoff, S. & Anstey, N. (2010).  Beyond Facebook: Applying online technology in occupational therapy.  Poster presentation at University of Alberta Festival of Teaching. Edmonton, AB, Canada. February 10, 2010.

Hodge, M., Hamilton, A., & Burwash, S. (2010). Creating an Information Resource for Students by Students via wiki. Poster presentation at University of Alberta Festival of Teaching “I teach because… I learn because…”. Edmonton, AB, Canada. February 10, 2010.

Hamilton, A. (2009). Engaging students to improve online healthcare information through wikis. Poster presentation at University of Alberta Festival of Teaching “Get Engaged”. Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Hamilton, A. (2007). Digital Technology and Information Literacy for Emerging Health Practitioners. Poster presentation at 7th National Allied Health Conference, Hobart, Tas., Australia.

Hamilton, A. (2006).  Innovative teaching strategies for student-centred learning:  Utilising Honey & Mumford’s Learning Styles. Poster presentation at World Federation of Occupational Therapist International congress, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

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