Kathrine Hammill
Kathrine Hammill
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Occupational therapy for people living with a terminal illness: A thematic review
K Hammill, R Bye, C Cook
British Journal of Occupational Therapy 77 (11), 582-589, 2014
30*2014
Interrater reliability of a new handwriting assessment battery for adults
K Faddy, A McCluskey, NA Lannin
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 62 (5), 595-599, 2008
232008
Workforce profile of Australian occupational therapists working with people who are terminally ill
K Hammill, R Bye, C Cook
Australian occupational therapy journal 64 (1), 58-67, 2017
132017
General practitioners’ perceptions on the feasibility and acceptability of implementing a risk prediction checklist to support their end-of-life discussions in routine care: a …
ET Lewis, A Mahimbo, C Linhart, M Williamson, M Morgan, K Hammill, ...
Family practice 37 (5), 703-710, 2020
22020
Occupational engagement of people living with a life‐limiting illness: Occupational therapists’ perceptions
K Hammill, R Bye, C Cook
Australian occupational therapy journal 66 (2), 145-153, 2019
22019
Exploring the impact of brain cancer on people and their participation
K Hammill, CG Stewart, N Kosic, L Bellamy, H Irvine, D Hutley, K Arblaster
British Journal of Occupational Therapy 82 (3), 162-169, 2019
22019
Health Promotion CHAPTER and Rehabilitation in Palliative Care
JP Rosenberg, K Hammill
Palliative Care Nursing: Quality Care to the End of Life, 209, 2018
22018
A national survey of occupational therapists working with people living with terminal illness: Profile, role, context, professional reasoning and challenges
KA Hammill
PQDT-Global, 2014
22014
The role of the occupational therapist in palliative care
KA Hammill
CareSearch, 2017
12017
The inter‐rater reliability of the handwriting assessment battery
KA Faddy
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 52 (4), 374-374, 2005
12005
How Do Patients with Life-Limiting Illness and Caregivers Want End-Of-Life Prognostic Information Delivered? A Pilot Study
ET Lewis, KA Hammill, M Ticehurst, RM Turner, S Greenaway, K Hillman, ...
Healthcare 9 (7), 784, 2021
2021
Care planning in residential care facilities: the contributions of occupational therapists to the interprofessional team
K Hammill, M Bissett, C Slater
Nursing And Residential Care 22 (7), 1-7, 2020
2020
A family-video to die for: Bringing the family back to family-centred palliative care with VRE
KA Hammill, AM Dadich, R Aggarwal, J Peronchik, D Vasquez, C Bejjani
Conference Proceedings: ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference …, 2018
2018
Helping You Live Until You Die: A Guide for People with Life-limiting Illness, Their Family and Friends
KA Hammill
2018
Palliative and end of life care
KA Hammill, RA Bye
Clinical and Professional Reasoning in Occupational Therapy, 337-350, 2018
2018
Putting your body, mind and soul at rest: well-being for people living with brain cancer
L Bellamy, H Irvine, KA Hammill, K Arblaster
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 12-12, 2018
2018
The occupational therapy process for people living with a life-limiting illness: changing directions for future service provision
KA Hammill, RA Bye, C Cook
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 66-66, 2018
2018
A thematic analysis of family-centred practice in palliative care: insights for occupational therapy practice
C Berry, KA Hammill
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 113-113, 2018
2018
Living with brain cancer: identifying unmet needs and gaps in occupational therapy practice
N Kosic, C Stewart, KA Hammill
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 13-13, 2017
2017
The role of emotional intelligence in palliative care occupational therapy
KA Hammill
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 66-66, 2017
2017
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