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New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy (NZJOT)

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This following contains links to international occupational therapy journals. The content on these sites has been made available for OTNZ-WNA members. You will not be able to bookmark these links as they are protected and designed to allow us read-only access directly from this member-only page.

Journal articles may be used for research, teaching, and private study purposes only. Any substantial or systematic reproduction, redistribution, reselling, loan, sub-licensing, systematic supply, or distribution in any form to anyone is expressly forbidden.

Australian Occupational Therapy Journal (AOTJ)

The Australian Occupational Therapy Journal is the official journal of Occupational Therapy Australia, and welcomes manuscripts relevant to the theory, research, practice and education of occupational therapy. The Journal aims to promote research and interdisciplinary communication, and provide a forum for discussion of issues relevant to occupational therapists. The Journal is dedicated to promoting occupational therapy internationally.

Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy (CJOT)

The Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy – published five times a year by the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists – is a professional peer reviewed scientific journal. Since 1933 its mission has been to promote the advancement and growth of theory and practice in occupational therapy, and to foster excellence in research and education.

South African Journal of Occupational Therapy (SAJOT)

The South African Journal of Occupational Therapy (SAJOT) is the official Journal of the Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa and is a leading publication for research into occupational therapy in Africa. SAJOT publishes and disseminates research articles that contribute to the scientific knowledge of the profession and its outcomes with particular reference to service delivery in Africa. It provides a platform for debate about issues relevant to occupational therapy in Africa which will also contribute to the development of the profession worldwide.

Open access exists for publications older than one year. OTNZ-WNA has negotiated your access to the immediately embargoed publications – which are the past 12 months. These are made available to OTNZ-WNA members as PDFs:

The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy (OJOT)

The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy (OJIT) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal with a mission to publish high quality articles that focus on applied research, practice, and education in the occupational therapy profession. Specifically, the categories of articles published in OJOT include applied research, guidelines for practice and technology guidelines, opinions in the profession, topics in education, and letters to the editor.

The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice

The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice is an internationally peer-reviewed, open-access, scholarly, on-line journal dedicated to the exploration of allied health professional practice, research, and education.

Asian Journal of Occupational Therapy

The Asian Journal of Occupational Therapy is the official Journal of the Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists.

The Indian Journal of Occupational Therapy

The Indian Journal of Occupational Therapy is published three times in a year by the All India Occupational Therapists Association.  The Journal publishes original scientific research papers , case reports, preliminary articles and information on all aspects of occupational therapy. It welcomes articles from all over the world.

Journal of Evidence Based Coaching & Mentoring

The Journal of Evidence Based Coaching & Mentoring is an international peer reviewed journal, which is published bi-annually online in February and August. The aim of the journal is twofold: firstly, to provide evidence-based, well-researched resources and secondly to offer an accessible yet powerful discussion platform for the growing number of coaching and mentoring practitioners seeking to validate their practice.