SCOPE – Call for Papers ‘Occupation’ Theme for Health & Wellbeing 2018 Issue
Kia ora members,
Scope: Contemporary Research Topics in Health & Wellbeing: Occupation is an open access, peer reviewed journal published annually by Otago Polytechnic. It is edited in partnership with the School of Nursing and the College of Te Oha Ora (School of Occupational Therapy and Institute of Sport & Adventure). The journal aims to reflect and disseminate research done in health and wellbeing settings; while making connections with related work within our communities of practice.
The 2018 issue of Scope (Health & Wellbeing) will focus on the theme of ’Occupation’, which aims to bring together a collection of papers across the sciences, on those aspects of occupation that matter most to academics, practitioners, educators and policy makers within health. This will include studies and methodologies exploring the various occupations within health and wellbeing, as well as the multifaceted definition of occupation within a health context, as a vocation, place, activity, state of mind or other related definitions.
Please submit your contribution to [email protected] by Mon 29 June 2018.
If you have a specific enquiry regarding your submission, please address this to the relevant member of the editorial team.
- Dr Jean Ross (School of Nursing), T: +6434748464, E: [email protected]
- Dr Simon Middlemas (Inst. of Sport & Adventure), T: 0210740357, E: [email protected]
- Dr Mary Butler (School of Occupational Therapy), T: +6434796073, E: [email protected]
Scope (Health & Wellbeing: Occupation)