Irish Journal of Occupational Therapy: Volume 50 Issue 2 , Open Access


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An exploration of service users’ experience of telehealth occupational therapy interventions in adult mental health services, Ireland, during COVID-19

Karen Daly, Emer Isdell, Leona Moynihan, Kate O'Callaghan, Sonia O'Leary, Andrea Pepper, Yvonne Pennisi

The COVID-19 pandemic transformed the delivery of occupational therapy (OT) community mental health services nationally, resulting in the rapid expansion and delivery of services…


Operation recovery: a feasibility study of an 8 week exercise and lifestyle programme within an Irish first episode psychosis service

Claire Kearns Murphy, Louise Kemps, Catherine McDonough, Suzanne McDonough

Early interventions focusing on exercise and lifestyle are important for individuals with a diagnosis of psychosis due to increased risk of poor physical health and reduced life…

Exploring dating as an occupation for young heterosexual women in Ireland

Karen McCarthy, Jeanne Jackson

Dating is a meaningful occupation for many single people. The occupation of dating has transformed considerably in Ireland due to recent changes in Irish culture and the advent of…