Are you working within the law on copyright?
With so much material now freely available online it’s easy to become confused about what you can and can’t copy or reproduce. Ensure that you are aware of the current law and good practice relating to the use of third party materials in your presentations, essays, articles and other published works by reading the updated College of Occupational Therapists Briefing 101 on Copyright law.
The briefing now includes:
November issue of BJOT now available online
The November issue of BJOT is now available online at IngentaConnect which members can access here.
October issue of BJOT is now available
The October issue of BJOT is now available online at IngentaConnect which members can access here.
This month’s issue includes articles on forensic service users, stroke rehabilitation, research-based evidence, as well as book reviews.
The articles are:
BJOT Call for Papers: Participation in Occupations Across the Lifespan
The Editorial Board of the British Journal of Occupational Therapy will publish a special issue in winter 2012/13 on the topic of ‘Participation in Occupations Across the Lifespan’. This special issue will provide a forum to present contemporary research about participation patterns and the measurement of participation for specific populations. As well, we will welcome critical analysis of the meaning and dimensions of participation and debate relating to the relationship between participation in occupations and health and wellbeing.