Janet Njelesani
TitleCited byYear
Articulating an occupational perspective
J Njelesani, A Tang, H Jonsson, H Polatajko
Journal of occupational science 21 (2), 226-235, 2014
732014
International fieldwork placements and occupational therapy: lived experiences of the major stakeholders
J Simonelis, J Njelesani, L Novak, C Kuzma, D Cameron
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 58 (5), 370-377, 2011
312011
Navigating the landscape of child disability measurement: A review of available data collection instruments
C Cappa, N Petrowski, J Njelesani
Alter - European Journal of Disability Research, Doi : 10.1016/j.alter.2015 …, 2015
242015
Towards a critical occupational approach to research
J Njelesani, BE Gibson, S Nixon, D Cameron, HJ Polatajko
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 12 (1), 207-220, 2013
242013
Disability and rehabilitation in Tanzania: a review of the literature
J Njelesani, S Couto, D Cameron
Disability and rehabilitation 33 (22-23), 2196-2207, 2011
242011
Thinking critically about client-centred practice and occupational possibilities across the life-span
J Njelesani, G Teachman, E Durocher, Y Hamdani, SK Phelan
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 22 (4), 252-259, 2015
222015
Crises, conflict and disability: Ensuring equality
D Mitchell, V Karr
Routledge, 2014
212014
Promoting sustainable research partnerships: a mixed-method evaluation of a United Kingdom–Africa capacity strengthening award scheme
L Dean, J Njelesani, H Smith, I Bates
Health research policy and systems 13 (1), 81, 2015
182015
Parental perceptions of barriers to physical activity in children with developmental disabilities living in Trinidad and Tobago
J Njelesani, K Leckie, J Drummond, D Cameron
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (4), 290-295, 2015
142015
A systematic approach to capacity strengthening of laboratory systems for control of neglected tropical diseases in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi and Sri Lanka
J Njelesani, R Dacombe, T Palmer, H Smith, B Koudou, M Bockarie, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 8 (3), e2736, 2014
142014
Occupation-for-development: Expanding the boundaries of occupational science into the international development agenda
J Njelesani, D Cameron, HJ Polatajko
Journal of Occupational Science 19 (1), 36-43, 2012
142012
Using a human rights-based approach to disability in disaster management initiatives
J Njelesani, S Cleaver, M Tataryn, S Nixon
Natural Disasters, 21-46, 2012
142012
Disability and the post-2015 development agenda
R Tardi, J Njelesani
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (16), 1496-1500, 2015
132015
The influence of environmental and personal factors on participation of lower-limb prosthetic users in low-income countries: prosthetists’ perspectives
S Kam, M Kent, A Khodaverdian, L Daiter, J Njelesani, D Cameron, ...
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 10 (3), 245-251, 2015
132015
International research partnerships in occupational therapy: a Canadian–Zambian case study
J Njelesani, M Stevens, S Cleaver, L Mwambwa, S Nixon
Occupational therapy international 20 (2), 78-87, 2013
132013
A critical occupational approach: Offering insights on the sport-for-development playing field
J Njelesani, D Cameron, BE Gibson, S Nixon, H Polatajko
Sport in Society 17 (6), 790-807, 2014
122014
The influence of context: A naturalistic study of Ugandan children's doings in outdoor spaces
J Njelesani, A Sedgwick, JA Davis, HJ Polatajko
Occupational therapy international 18 (3), 124-132, 2011
122011
From the day they are born: a qualitative study exploring violence against children with disabilities in West Africa
J Njelesani, G Hashemi, C Cameron, D Cameron, D Richard, P Parnes
BMC public health 18 (1), 153, 2018
72018
Gendered experiences of inclusive education for children with disabilities in West and East Africa
N Hui, E Vickery, J Njelesani, D Cameron
International Journal of Inclusive Education 22 (5), 457-474, 2018
72018
Realization of the rights of persons with disabilities in Rwanda
J Njelesani, J Siegel, E Ullrich
PloS one 13 (5), e0196347, 2018
42018
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