Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Unintentional injury prevention and the role of occupational therapy in the Solomon Islands: an integrative review

barbara  daufanamae

Barbara Daufanamae

position: Student

Solomon Islands

Currently, I am a third year occupational therapists student, doing my honours on the role of occupational therapists in unintentional injuries in the Solomon Islands.


Richard C Franklin

A/Prof Richard Franklin

qualifications: PhD

position: Associate Professor

Australia

Richard Franklin PhD, is Senior Research Fellow at The Royal Life Saving Society - Australia and Associate Professor for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion at James Cook University. He has worked in the area of injury prevention and safety promotion for over 16 years, specialising in drowning prevention, rural and remote safety, agricultural safety, and occupational health and safety. His research interests in the area are wide ranging and have included epidemiological, translational, program evaluation, product evaluation and pure research using a range of quantitative and qualitative techniques.


Jackie  Eagers

Jackie Eagers

qualifications: MPH

position: Lecturer


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