Associate Professor Jodie Copley's research interests include:

  • Upper limb neurorehabilitation 
    Clinical reasoning and decision making for upper limb interventions, use of splinting and casting within a clinical reasoning model, client-centred and occupation-focussed outcomes, development of professional expertise
  • Clinical reasoning in occupational therapy 
    Use of multiple information types and sources to make clinical decisions when working with children and families, and people with upper limb neurorehabilitation needs; teaching and learning of clinical reasoning to students, use of clinical reasoning tools for students and practitioners
  • Clinical and professional education of occupational therapy students 
    Inter-professional education, professionalism, clinical reasoning, models of clinical placement

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