Research

Digital Literacy

Hamilton, A. L., Penman, M., Burwash, S., Jacobs, K., Bodell, S., Hook, A., Pattison, M. & Ledgerd, R. (2018). “Well-Being in a Tech-Saturated World: The Role of Occupational Therapy”.

Hamilton, A. L., Burwash, S. C., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S., … Pattison, M. (2016). Making connections and promoting the profession: Social media use by World Federation of Occupational Therapists member organisations. Digital Health, 2, 1–15. http://doi.org/10.1177/2055207616653844

Hamilton, A., (2015).  “The importance of digital literacy in the knowledge era “.  PhD Dissertation, Deakin University, Vic, Australia.

Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Hamilton, A. L., Downer, T., Flannagan, B., Burkhart, S., Villani, A., Lucas, B. Henderson, A., Davis, C., Small, M., & Taylor, J. (2017-18). Designing a Graduate ePortfolio: Exploring the expectations of industry. Commissioned Learning and Teaching Grant funded project.

English, N. & Hamilton, A. L. (2016). Exploring occupational therapy students’ attitudes, motivations, and experiences of developing an ePortfolio for transition to practice through the lens of Self-Determination Theory.

Hamilton, A., Trahar, P., Kennedy-Behr, A., Verdonck, M., Broome, K., Taylor, P., & Miller, H. (2015). Using Pebble+ to track learning and create stepping-stones to development of an ePortfolio for transition to practice in occupational therapy. USC L&T Enhancement Grant funded project.

Taylor, J., Cole, R., Kynn, M., Lilly, K., Tretheway, R., Lampard, J., Gamble, T., Graham, W., Foster, J., Wright, H., Verdonck, M., & Hamilton, A. L. (2015). Mapping and evaluating the flipped classroom at USC: Integrative learning and teaching.

Hume, S. & Hamilton, A. L. (2014). A multi-purpose e-portfolio for occupational therapy: A delphi study.

Oprescu, F., Hamilton, A. L., & Wright, I. (2014). Learning to Teach Online. Commissioned Learning and Teaching Grant funded project.

Slade, C., Murfin, K., & Hamilton, A. L. (2014) Introducing eportfolios into the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (OT) program.

Hamilton, A. L., Liu, L., Pollock, K. & Martin, B.  (2008). Students’ perceptions of collaborating to create a Wiki, and the relationship between approach to task and learning style. UofA Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund project.

Assistance Dogs & Human-Dog interaction

McLaughlin, K. & Hamilton, A. (2015). Got My Back: The Impact of Service Dogs on the Lives of Veterans with PTSD

Nord, B. (2014). Perceptions of Volunteering for Pets for Life: Motivations, Benefits and Barriers.

Parkes-Moller, J. & Hamilton, A. (2014). Exploring the effects of maintaining pet ownership through involvement with the Pets for Life program: Examining social isolation and Quality of Life

Esplin, N. & Hamilton, A. (2013). Exploring the motivational drives and experiences of volunteer puppy-raisers

Rankin, C. & Hamilton, A. (2013). The influence of assistance dogs on children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families

Acquired Brain Injury & Technology

Hamilton, A., Ma, L., Leung, A., Fong, M. & Tang, R.  Skills retraining using the Holistic Habit Retraining model: A program for family members of persons with ABI.  Community project.  September 2011- September 2012.

Hamilton, A., Ma, L., Meyer, J., & Leung, L. Development of a Social networking program for clients with ABI using the holistic habit retraining model.  Community project.  September 2011 – September 2012.

Hamilton, A., Lin, J., Langenhoff, S., & Ma, L. Re-Connecting: Using Facebook for Social Networking after an Acquired Brain Injury.  Community project.  September 2010 – September 2011.

Hamilton, A., Ma, L., Marcelino, J., & Malinowski, L. Re-connecting: Becoming a blogger after an acquired brain injury.  Community project.  January 2009 – August 2009.

Occupational Adaptation

Hamilton, A. & de Jonge, D. (2001-3) The impact of the birth of the first child on the occupational roles of the father.  Masters Thesis, University of Queensland.

Vocational Rehabilitation

Hamilton, A., (2000). Making Jobs Last: Predictors of successful work rehabilitation for people with mental illness. Practice-based research at CRS Australia.