Professor Clare Hocking

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Professor

Email: clare.hocking@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0364-5157

Academic appointments:

  • Professor, Auckland University of Technology (1999 - ongoing)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, Auckland University of Technology

Overview:

My goal is to transform occupational therapy by influencing practitioners, academics, researchers and students, nationally and internationally.
I co-authored the 3rd edition of Wilcock's Occupational Perspective of Health, co-edited Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation, and have authored more than 30 chapters and encyclopedia entries and 120 refereed journal articles. I have supervised 12 doctoral these and 38 masters theses to completion.
I have served as the Executive Editor of the Journal of Occupational Science since 1997, and am currently working with Emeritus Professor Liz Townsend on revising the World Federation of Occupational Therapy's Position Statement on Human Rights.

Research interests:

Occupational justice and Strategies people use to participate in daily occupations

Teaching summary:

My current focus is doctoral and master's thesis supervision, and co-teaching in the BHSc(OT) programme on the Evidence and Practice paper.

Fields of research:

  • Health Promotion
  • Human Rights and Justice Issues

Professional activities:

Featured professional activities

  • Wilma West Lectureship, University of Southern California (2019 - ongoing)
  • Keynote lecture - International Occupational Therapy Keynote Lecture Series, (2013 - ongoing)
  • UK Occupational Therapy Research Foundation Reviewer, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Invited Presenter: 5th Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Keynote Presenter: Taiwanese Occupational Science Symposium, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Keynote presentation to the Taiwanese Occupational Therapy Conference, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Keynote Presentation: Occupational Science Symposium University of Plymouth, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Co-convenor: Delivering Excellence in Dementia Care Conference, (2011)
  • Keynote address: Japanese Occupational Science Symposium, (2010 - ongoing)
  • AUT Faculty of Health Maori Research Facilitation Committee, (2010 - ongoing)
  • WFOT International Advisory Group: Human Rights, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Adjunct Associate Professor: Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia, Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia (2009 - 2010)
  • Invited co-facilitator: Work Transitions in the 21st century, (2009 - ongoing)
  • NZAOT Permanent Scientific Programme Committee, (2008 - ongoing)
  • WFOT Position Statement: Occupational Therapy Entry-Level Qualifications, World Federation of Occupational Therapists (2008 - ongoing)
  • Visiting Scholar: Brenau University, Georgia, USA, Brenau University, Georgia, USA (2008 - ongoing)
  • Ruth Zemke Lecture in Occupational Science, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Invited presenter: Australian Rehab Assistive Technology Association, (2008 - ongoing)
  • University Of Queensland: Sadie Philcox Lecture Award, (2007 - ongoing)
  • Visiting scholar Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Britain, (2007 - ongoing)
  • Invited panelist: International Panel on Aging at USC, (2007 - ongoing)
  • Member of Assessment Panel: UQ Research Quality Assessment, (2007 - ongoing)
  • World Federation of Occupational Therapists Merit Award for exemplary service to the Federation, World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) (2006 - ongoing)
  • Editorial Board Member: Occupational Therapy International, (2006 - ongoing)
  • WFOT Merit Award for exemplary service, (2006 - ongoing)
  • Editorial Board Member OTJR: Occupation, Participation & Health, (2001 - 2008)

Award, prize, fellowship, and scholarship

  • Wilma West Lectureship, University of Southern California (2019 - ongoing)
  • World Federation of Occupational Therapists Merit Award for exemplary service to the Federation, World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) (2006 - ongoing)

Research outputs:

Featured research outputs

  • Hocking, C., & Mace, J. (2017). Occupational science informing practice for occupational justice. In D. Sakellariou, & N. Pollard (Eds.), Occupational therapies without boarders: Integrating justice with practice (pp. 228-236). Edinburgh: Elsevier. Retrieved from https://evolve.elsevier.com/cs/product/9780702059209?role=student

  • Shordike, A., Hocking, C., Bunrayong, W., Vittayakorn, S., Rattakorn, P., Pierce, D., & Wright-St Clair, V. A. (2017). Research as relationship: Engaging with ethical intent. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 20(3). doi:10.1080/13645579.2017.1287874

  • Wilcock, A. A., & Hocking, C. (2015). An occupational perspective of health. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Inc. Retrieved from http://www.healio.com/

  • Hocking, C. S., Jones, M., & Reed, K. (2015). Occupational science informing occupational therapy interventions. In I. Söderback (Ed.), International handbook of occupational therapy interventions (pp. 127-134). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08141-0

  • Whiteford, G. E., & Hocking, C. (2012). Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Retrieved from http://au.wiley.com/

  • Hocking, C. S., Murphy, J., & Reed, K. (2011). Strategies older New Zealanders use to participate in day-to-day occupations. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(11). doi:10.4276/030802211X13204135680820

  • Reed, K., Hocking, C. S., & Smythe, L. A. (2011). Exploring the meaning of occupation: The case for phenomenology. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 78(5). doi:10.2182/cjot.2011.78.5.5

  • Hocking, C. (2009). The challenge of occupation: Describing the things people do. Journal of Occupational Science, 16(3). Retrieved from http://www.jos.edu.au.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/article.asp?id=367

Books

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2017). “Net-making”: A resource to help children participate after traumatic brain injury. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University of Technology.

  • Wilcock, A. A., & Hocking, C. (2015). An occupational perspective of health. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Inc. Retrieved from http://www.healio.com/

  • Jones, M., & Hocking, C. (2014). Connecting research to practice: A professional resource for evidence-based practice. Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University. Retrieved from https://www.aut.ac.nz/

  • Mace, J., & Hocking, C. (2010). Broadening Horizons: A Professional Resource for Occupational Justice and Participants. Auckland: AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/

  • Hocking, C., & Wallen, M. (1999). Australian Occupational Therapy Journal Manual for Referees. Guidelines to assist referees and authors review manuscripts.. Melbourne, Australia: OT Australia.

Journal articles

  • Reid, H., Hocking, C., & Smythe, L. (2019). The making of occupation-based models and diagrams: History and semiotic analysis. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. doi:10.1177/0008417419833413

  • Reid, H. A. J., Hocking, C., & Smythe, L. (2019). The unsustainability of occupational based model diagrams. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy. doi:10.1080/11038128.2018.1544663

  • Flood, B., Smythe, E., Hocking, C., & Jones, M. (2019). Interprofessional practice: Beyond competence. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 24(3), 489-501. doi:10.1007/s10459-019-09879-4

  • Flood, B., Hocking, C., Smythe, E., & Jones, M. (2019). Working in a spirit of interprofessional practice: A hermeneutic phenomenological study. Journal of Interprofessional Care. doi:10.1080/13561820.2019.1577810

  • Townsend, E., & Hocking, C. (2019). Relaunching teaching occupation. Journal of Occupational Science, 26(1), 140-144. doi:10.1080/14427591.2018.1541698

  • Cox, S. C., Hocking, C., & Payne, D. (2019). Showers: From a violent treatment to an agent of cleansing.. History of Psychiatry, 30(1), 58-76. doi:10.1177/0957154X18801766

  • Swift, C., Hocking, C., Dickinson, A., & Jones, M. (2019). Facilitating open family communication when a parent has chronic pain: A scoping review. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 26(2), 103-120. doi:10.1080/11038128.2018.1486885

  • Kim, H., & Hocking, C. (2018). The stories of North Korean refugees settling in South Korea: implications for South Korean educators. Multicultural Education Review, 10(3), 203-223. doi:10.1080/2005615X.2018.1497872

  • Rutherford, S. J., Hocking, C., Theadom, A., & McPherson, K. M. (2018). Exploring challenges at 6 months after stroke: What is important to patients for self-management?. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 25(11). doi:10.12968/ijtr.2018.25.11.565

  • Tokolahi, E., Vandal, A. C., Kersten, P., Pearson, J., & Hocking, C. (2018). Cluster-randomised controlled trial of an occupational therapy intervention for children aged 11–13 years, designed to increase participation to prevent symptoms of mental illness. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 23(4). doi:10.1111/camh.12270

  • Stembridge de Aguilera,, J., Hocking, C., & Sutton, D. (2018). The transformative power of therapeutic theatre: Enabling health and wellbeing. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65(2), 31-38.

  • Kim, H., & Hocking, C. (2018). A grounded theory of Korean immigrants' experiences of re-establishing everyday activities in New Zealand. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 16(3), 255-274. doi:10.1080/15562948.2016.1272732

  • Robinson, R., Hocking, C., & Payne, D. A. (2017). Toilet training in Aotearoa New Zealand: the use of critical, quality and purchased time. SITES: a Journal of Social Anthropology & Cultural Studies, 14(2). doi:10.111157/sites-volu14iss2id375

  • Hocking, C. (2017). Occupational justice as social justice: The moral claim for inclusion. Journal of Occupational Science, 24(1). doi:10.1080/14427591.2017.1294016

  • Shordike, A., Hocking, C., Bunrayong, W., Vittayakorn, S., Rattakorn, P., Pierce, D., & Wright-St Clair, V. A. (2017). Research as relationship: Engaging with ethical intent. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 20(3). doi:10.1080/13645579.2017.1287874

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2017). Communities with participation-enabling skills: A study of children with traumatic brain injury and their shared occupations. Journal of Occupational Science, 24(1). doi:10.1080/14427591.2016.1224444

  • Evans, M. (2016). "Mapping the rehabilitation interventions of a community stroke team to the extended International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health Core Set for Stroke". Disability and Rehabilitation. doi:10.1080/09638288.2016.1239763

  • Kim, H., & Hocking, C. (2016). Attending to immigrants' everyday activities: A new perspective on ensuring Asian immigrants' quality of life. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Review, 28(3). Retrieved from https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=459562047337842;res=IELFSC

  • Robinson, R., Hocking, C., & Payne, D. (2016). Toilet training discourses in 1950s Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Sociology, 31(7). Retrieved from https://search.informit.org/documentSummary;dn=561223538522581;res=IELNZC

  • Tokolahi, E., Hocking, C., & Kersten, P. (2016). Development and content of a school-based occupational therapy intervention for promoting emotional well-being in children. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 32(3). doi:10.1080/0164212X.2015.1129522

  • Kim, H., & Hocking, C. (2016). The mutual relationship between immigrants' disrupted everyday activities and their health: A grounded theory of experiences of Korean immigrants settling in New Zealand. Social Work in Public Health, 31(3). doi:10.1080/19371918.2015.1087916

  • Kim, H., Hocking, C., McKenzie-Green, B., & Nayar, S. (2016). Occupational experiences of Korean immigrants settling in New Zealand. Journal of Occupational Science, 23(2). doi:10.1080/14427591.2015.1126168

  • Tokolahi, E., Hocking, C., Kersten, P., & Vandal, A. C. (2016). Quality and reporting of cluster randomised controlled trials evaluating occupational therapy interventions: A systematic review. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 36(1). doi:10.1177/1539449215618625

  • Silcock, M., Payne, D., & Hocking, C. (2016). Governmentality within children's technological play: Findings from a critical discourse analysis. Children and Society, 30(2). doi:10.1111/chso.12123

  • Orton, Y., Hocking, C., & Reed, K. (2015). Ideas occupational therapists take up from the international literature. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62(1). Retrieved from https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=306255646015506;res=IELNZC

  • O Sullivan, G., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2015). Translating knowledge into practice: An exploratory study of dementia-specific training for community-based service providers. Dementia, 16(6). doi:10.1177/1471301215617867

  • Kim, H., & Hocking, C. S. (2015). Attending to everyday activities: A new perspective on the empowerment and liberation of immigrants. Social Dialogue, 11(3).

  • O'Sullivan, G., Hocking, C., & Spence, D. (2014). Dementia: The need for attitudinal change. Dementia, 13(4). doi:10.1177/1471301213478241

  • Hocking, C. S., Kronenberg, F., Nayar, S., Stanley, M., Wicks, A., Wilson, L., . . . Erlandsson, L. (2014). Addressing diverse occupational needs: What new knowledge do occupational therapists seek?. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61(2).

  • Tokolahi, E., Hocking, C., Kersten, P., & Vandal, A. (2014). Cluster-randomised controlled trial of an occupational therapy group intervention for children designed to promote emotional wellbeing: Study protocol. BMC Psychology, 2. doi:10.1186/2050-7283-2-16

  • Silcock, M., Hocking, C., & Payne, D. (2014). Childhood constructions of contemporary technology: Using discourse analysis to understand the creation of occupational possibilities. Journal of Occupational Science, 21(3). doi:10.1080/14427591.2013.832647

  • O'Sullivan, G., Hocking, C., & Spence, D. (2014). Action research: Changing history for people with dementia in New Zealand. Action Research, 12(1). doi:10.1177/1476750313509417

  • White, A., Hocking, C., & Reid, H. (2014). How occupational therapists engage adults with cognitive impairments in assessments. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 77(1). doi:10.4276/030802214X13887685335427

  • Rutherford, S. J., Theadom, A., Jones, A., Hocking, C., Feigin, V., Krishnamurthi, R., . . . Mcpherson, K. M. (2014). Capturing the stories behind the numbers: The Auckland Regional Community Stroke study (ARCOS IV), a qualitative study. International Journal of Stroke, 9(1). doi:10.1111/ijs.12164

  • O'Sullivan, G., Hocking, C., & Spence, D. (2014). Dementia: The need for attitudinal change. Dementia, 13(4). doi:10.1177/1471301213478241

  • Swift, C. M., Reed, K., & Hocking, C. (2014). A new perspective on family involvement in chronic pain management programmes. Musculoskeletal Care, 12(1). doi:10.1002/msc.1059

  • Campbell, A., Hocking, C., & Taylor, W. J. (2014). The experience of having psoriasis through the lens of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). Australasian Journal of Dermatology, 55(4). doi:10.1111/ajd.12103

  • Hocking, C., & Kroksmark, U. (2013). Sustainable occupational responses to climate change through lifestyle choices. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 20(2). doi:10.3109/11038128.2012.725183

  • Silcock, M., Hocking, C., & Payne, D. (2013). Childhood constructions of contemporary technology: Using discourse analysis to understand the creation of occupational possibilities. Journal of Occupational Science. doi:10.1080/14427591.2013.832647

  • O'Sullivan, G., & Hocking, C. (2013). Translating action research into practice: Seeking occupational justice for people with dementia. OTJR Occupation, Participation and Health, 33(3). doi:10.3928/15394492-20130614-05

  • Reed, K., Smythe, L., & Hocking, C. (2013). The meaning of occupation: A hermeneutic (re)view of historical understandings. Journal of Occupational Science, 20(3). doi:10.1080/14427591.2012.729487

  • Vincent, R., & Hocking, C. (2013). Factors that might give rise to musculoskeletal disorders when mothers lift children in the home. Physiotherapy Research International, 18(2). doi:10.1002/pri.1530

  • Mpofu, C., & Hocking, C. (2013). "Not made here": Occupational deprivation of non-English speaking background immigrant health professionals in New Zealand. Journal of Occupational Science, 20(2). doi:10.1080/14427591.2012.729500

  • Hocking, C. S., & Costa, U. (2013). Kompetenzen für menschenrechte: Gründe für ein gemeinsames vorgehen (Skills for human rights: Reasons for a common approach). Ergotherapie Austria, 1.

  • Reed, K., & Hocking, C. (2013). Re-visioning practice through action research. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 60(3). doi:10.1111/1440-1630.12033

  • Hocking, C. (2013). Occupation for public health. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60(1).

  • Reed, K., Hocking, C., & Smythe, L. (2013). The meaning of occupation: Historical and contemporary connections between health and occupation. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60(1).

  • Wright-St Clair, V. A., Pierce, D., Bunrayong, W., Rattakorn, P., Vittayakorn, S., Shordike, A., & Hocking, C. (2013). Cross-cultural understandings of festival food-related activities for older women in Chiang Mai, Thailand, Eastern Kentucky, USA and Auckland, New Zealand. Cross Cultural Journal of Gerontology, 28(2).

  • Koome, F., Hocking, C., & Sutton, D. (2012). Why routines matter: The nature and meaning of family routines in the context of adolescent mental illness. Journal of Occupational Science, 19(4).

  • Hocking, C. S., Shaw, L., Jacobs, K., & et al. (2012). Directions for advancing the study of work transitions in the 21st century. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41(4). doi:10.3233/WOR-2012-1438

  • Vincent, R., & Hocking, C. S. (2012). Factors that might give rise to musculoskeletal disorders when mothers lift children in the home. Physiotherapy Research International. doi:10.1002/pri.1530

  • Hocking, C. S. (2012). Working for citizenship: The dangers of occupational deprivation. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41(4). Retrieved from http://iospress.metapress.com/

  • Koome, F., Hocking, C. S., & Sutton, D. (2012). Why routines matter: The nature and meaning of family routines in the context of adolescent mental illness. Journal of Occupational Science, 19(4). doi:10.1080/14427591.2012.718245

  • Hocking, C. S., & Kroksmark, U. (2012). Sustainable occupational responses to climate change through lifestyle choices. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 20(2). doi:10.3109/11038128.2012.725183

  • Topia, M., & Hocking, C. S. (2012). Enabling development and participation through early provision of Augmentive and Alternate Communication. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 59(1).

  • Sutton, D., Hocking, C., & Smythe, L. (2012). A phenomenological study of occupational engagement in recovery from mental illness. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79(3).

  • Nayar, S. C., Hocking, C., & Giddings, L. (2012). Using occupation to navigate cultural spaces: Indian immigrant women settling in New Zealand. Journal of Occupational Science, 19(1). doi:10.1080/14427591.2011.602628

  • Hocking, C. S., Murphy, J., & Reed, K. (2011). Strategies older New Zealanders use to participate in day-to-day occupations. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(11). doi:10.4276/030802211X13204135680820

  • Reed, K., Hocking, C. S., & Smythe, L. A. (2011). Exploring the meaning of occupation: The case for phenomenology. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 78(5). doi:10.2182/cjot.2011.78.5.5

  • Hocking, C., & Wright, V. (2011). Occupational science: Adding value to occupational therapy. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 58(1). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Cordier, R., Bundy, A., Hocking, C., & Einfeld, S. (2010). Playing with a child with ADHD: A focus on the playmates. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 17. Retrieved from http://ejournals.ebsco.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Rolland, T. -M., Hocking, C., & Jones, M. (2010). Physiotherapists' participation in peer review in New Zealand: implications for the profession. Physiotherapy Research International, 15(2). doi:10.1002/pri.467

  • Shordike, A., Hocking, C., Pierce, D., Wright-St Clair, V., Vittayakorn, S., Rattakorn, P., & Bunrayong, W. (2010). Respecting regional culture in an international multi-site study: A derived etic method. Qualitative Research, 10(3). doi:10.1177/1468794109360145

  • Scaletti, R., & Hocking, C. (2010). Healing through story telling: An integrated approach for children experiencing loss and grief. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(2).

  • Reed, K., Hocking, C., & Smythe, L. (2010). The interconnected meanings of occupation: The call, being-with, possibilities. Journal of Occupational Science, 17(3). Retrieved from http://www.jos.edu.au.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/article.asp?id=399

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2010). Parenting children who have had a traumatic brain injury: Structuring for security. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(1).

  • Hessell, S., Hocking, C., & Davies, S. G. (2010). Participation of boys with developmental coordination disorder in gymnastics. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(1).

  • Herkt, J., & Hocking, C. (2010). Participating in supervision: Strategies and consequences for New Zealand occupational therapists. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(1).

  • Flood, B., Haslam, L., & Hocking, C. (2010). Implementing a collaborative model of student supervision in New Zealand: Enhancing therapist and student experiences. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(1).

  • Dorrestein, M., & Hocking, C. (2010). Maximising participation for older people: Scoping the occupational therapy role in residential care settings. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(2). Retrieved from http://search.informit.com.au/fullText;dn=431130670586252;res=IELHEA

  • Cordier, R., Bundy, A., Hocking, C., & Einfeld, S. (2010). Empathy in the play of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 30(3). doi:10.3928/15394492-20090518-02

  • Cordier, R., Bundy, A., Hocking, C., & Einfeld, S. (2010). A comparison of the play of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder by subtypes. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 57(2). doi:10.1111/j.1440-1630.2009.00821.x

  • Hocking, C. (2009). The challenge of occupation: Describing the things people do. Journal of Occupational Science, 16(3). Retrieved from http://www.jos.edu.au.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/article.asp?id=367

  • Cordier, R., Bundy, A., Hocking, C., & Einfeld, S. (2009). A model for play-based intervention for children with ADHD. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 56(5). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Blijlevens, H., Hocking, C., & Paddy, A. (2009). Rehabilitation of adults with dyspraxia: Health professionals learning from patients. Disability and Rehabilitation, 31(6). doi:10.1080/09638280802131093

  • O'Sullivan, G., Hocking, C., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2008). History in the making: Older Canadian women's food-related practices. Food and Foodways, 16.

  • Hocking, C., Pierce, D., Shordike, A., Wright-St Clair, V., Bunrayong, W., Vittayakorn, S., & Rattakorn, P. (2008). The promise of internationally collaborative research for studying occupation: The example of the older women's food preparation study. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 28(4).

  • Hocking, C., Pierce, D., Shordike, A., Wright-St Clair, V., Bunrayong, W., Vittayakorn, S., & Rattakorn, P. (2008). The promise of internationally collaborative research for studying occupation: The example of the older women's food preparation study. OTJR: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 8(4).

  • Hocking, C. (2008). The way we were: Thinking rationally. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). The way we were: The ascendance of rationalism. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). The way we were: Romantic assumptions of pioneering occupational therapists in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71(4).

  • Simmons Carlsson, C., Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2007). The "why" of who we are: Exploring the "culture of practice" of Ministry of Education, Special Education occupational therapists and physiotherapists. Kairaranga: The Journal of New Zealand Resource Teachers of Learning and Behaviour, 8(2).

  • Nayar, S., Hocking, C., & Wilson, J. (2007). An occupational perspective of migrant mental health: Indian women's adjustment to living in New Zealand. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70(1).

  • Kayes, M., Hocking, C., & Paddy, A. (2007). Border crossings: Early childhood teachers' experiences in healthcare settings. New Zealand Research in Early Childhood Education, 10.

  • Hocking, C., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2007). Writing for publication: Tips and reflections for busy therapists. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 54.

  • Hocking, C. (2007). Early perspectives of patients, practice and the profession. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70.

  • Herkt, J., & Hocking, C. (2007). Supervision in New Zealand: Professional growth or maintaining competence?. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 54(2).

  • Brott, T., Hocking, C., & Paddy, A. (2007). Occupational disruption: Living with motor neurone disease. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70.

  • O'Sullivan, G., & Hocking, C. (2006). Positive ageing in residential care. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 53(1). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Nayar, S., & Hocking, C. (2006). Undertaking everyday activities: Immigrant Indian women settling in New Zealand. Diversity in Health and Social Care, 3(4).

  • Marshall, S., Hocking, C., & Wilson, J. (2006). Getting things to stick: Exploring narratives of young New Zealanders who experience specific learning difficulties. Kairaranga: The Journal of New Zealand Resource Teachers of Learning and Behaviour, 7.

  • Kayes, M., & Hocking, C. (2006). Emerging autonomy in novice hospital play specialists in New Zealand. Child Life Focus: Child Life Council, 24(2).

  • Hocking, C., Brott, T., & Paddy, A. (2006). Caring for people with motor-neurone disease. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 13(8).

  • Hocking, C. (2006). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science, 13(2-3)]. Journal of Occupational Science, 13(2-3).

  • Wright-St Clair, V., Hocking, C., Bunrayong, W., Vittayakorn, S., & Rattakorn, P. (2005). Older New Zealand women doing the work of Christmas: A recipe for identity formation. The Sociological Review, 53.

  • Wright St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2005). Communicating through publishing: A professional mandate. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 52(2).

  • Hocking, C. (2005). The 2005 Frances Rutherford lecture: Evidence from the past. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 52(2).

  • Hocking, C., Phare, J., & Wilson, J. (2005). Everyday life following long-term psychiatric hospitalisation. Health Sociology Review, 14.

  • Wright St Clair, V., Bunrayong, W., Vittayakorn, S., Rattakorn, P., & Hocking, C. (2004). Offerings: Food traditions of older Thai women at Songkran. Journal of Occupational Science, 11.

  • Tutty, C., & Hocking, C. (2004). A shackled heart: Teacher aides' experience of supporting students with high needs in regular classes. Kairaranga: The Journal of New Zealand Resource Teachers of Learning and Behaviour, 5(2).

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2004). WFOT minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists: Shaping the profession. World Federation of Occupational Therapists Bulletin, 50(November).

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Creating occupational practice. Newsletter of the Australian Association of Occupational Therapists, 442.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Making a difference: The romance of occupational therapy. South African Journal of Occupational Therapy, 34(2).

  • Piggot, J., Hocking, C., & Paterson, J. (2003). Parental adjustment to having a child with cerebral palsy and participation in home therapy programs. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 23(4).

  • Rattakorn, P., Vittayakorn, S., Bunrayong, W., Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2003). Cooking food for Songkran: Its meaning for the elderly women of Chiang Mai. Journal of Occupational Therapist Association of Thailand, 8(1).

  • Hocking, C. (2003). Creating occupational practice: A multidisciplinary focus. Erogterapeuten, 11(3).

  • Henare, D., Hocking, C., & Smythe, L. (2003). Chronic pain: Gaining understanding through the use of art. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2003). Introduction to the revised minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists 2002. Japanese Occupational Therapy Journal, 37.

  • Piggot, J., Paterson, J., & Hocking, C. (2002). Participation in home therapy programs for children with cerebral palsy: A compelling challenge. Qualitative Health Research, 12(8). Retrieved from http://www.swetswise.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Hocking, C., Wright St Clair, V., & Bunrayong, W. (2002). The meaning of cooking and recipe work for older Thai and New Zealand women. Journal of Occupational Science, 9(3).

  • Hocking, C., & Rigby, C. (2002). Ongoing competence to practice: A professional concern. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 49(1).

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2002). Introduction to the revised minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists 2002. World Federation of Occupational Therapists Bulletin, 46.

  • Hocking, C., Levack, H., & Chester, M. (2002). The professional competence context in New Zealand. World Federation of Occupational Therapists Bulletin, 45.

  • Hocking, C. (2001). Implementing occupation-based assessment. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55(4).

  • Whiteford, G., Townsend, L., & Hocking, C. (2000). Reflections on a renaissance of occupation. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67(1).

  • Hocking, C. (2000). Having and using objects in the western world. Journal of Occupational Science, 7(3).

  • Hocking, C. (2000). Occupational science: A stock take of accumulated insights. Journal of Occupational Science, 7(2).

  • Hocking, C. (1999). Occupational profile: Honorable Peter McCardle, Associate Minister of Work and Income. Journal of Occupational Science, 6(3).

  • Hocking, C., Williams, M., Broad, J., & Baskett, J. (1999). Sensitivity of Shah. Vanclay and Cooper's modified Barthel Index. Clinical Rehabilitation, 13.

  • Baskett, J. J., Broad, J., Reekie, G., Hocking, C., & Green, G. (1999). Shared responsibility for ongoing rehabilitation: A new approach to home-based therapy after stroke.. Clinical Rehabilitation, 13.

Book chapters

  • Hocking, C., & Mace, J. (2017). Occupational science informing practice for occupational justice. In D. Sakellariou, & N. Pollard (Eds.), Occupational therapies without boarders: Integrating justice with practice (pp. 228-236). Edinburgh: Elsevier. Retrieved from https://evolve.elsevier.com/cs/product/9780702059209?role=student

  • Jones, M., & Hocking, C. (2016). Crossing the practice border for children with disabilities: Participation-enabling skills in communities.. In D. Sakellariou, & N. Pollard (Eds.), Occupational therapies without borders: Integrating justice with practice (pp. 498-505). Camden, London: Elsevier. Retrieved from https://evolve.elsevier.com/cs/product/9780702059209?role=student

  • Hocking, C. S., Jones, M., & Reed, K. (2015). Occupational science informing occupational therapy interventions. In I. Söderback (Ed.), International handbook of occupational therapy interventions (pp. 127-134). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08141-0

  • Jones, M., & Hocking, C. S. (2015). Case study methodology: The particular and the whole. In S. Nayar, & M. Stanley (Eds.), Qualitative research methodologies for occupational science and therapy (pp. 118-136). New York, USA: Routledge. Retrieved from http://www.sponpress.com/books/details/9780415828673/

  • Mace, J., Hocking, C., & Waring, M. (2015). Appreciative inquiry: Enabling occupation through the envisioning mind. In S. Nayar, & M. Stanley (Eds.), Qualitative research methodologies for occupational science and therapy (pp. 190-207). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. Retrieved from http://www.sponpress.com/books/details/9780415828673/

  • Hocking, C., Shordike, A., Vittayakorn, S., Bunrayong, W., Rattakorn, P., Wright-St. Clair, V., & Pierce, D. (2014). Different ways of doing food: Cultural influences on food preparation. In Occupational science for occupational therapy (pp. 133-142). Thorofare, NJ: Slack Books. Retrieved from http://www.healio.com/

  • Wright-St Clair, V. A., & Hocking, C. (2014). Occupational science: The study of occupation. In B. A. Boyt Schell, & G. Gillen (Eds.), Willard & Spackman's occupational therapy (pp. 82-93). LWW.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2013). Contribution of occupation to health and well-being. In B. A. Boyt Schell, G. Gillen, M. E. Scaffa, & E. S. Cohn (Eds.), Willard & Spackman's Occupational Therapy (12th edition) (pp. 72-81). Philadelphia, USA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. Retrieved from http://www.allbookstores.com/

  • Reed, K. D., & Hocking, C. (2013). Resituating the meaning of occupation: A transactional perspective. In M. P. Cutchin, & V. A. Dickie (Eds.), Transactional perspectives on occupation (pp. 39-49). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4429-5

  • Nayar, S. C., & Hocking, C. (2013). Navigating cultural spaces: A transactional perspective on immigration. In M. P. Cutchin, & V. A. Dickie (Eds.), Transactional perspectives on occupation (pp. 81-93). New York: Springer. Retrieved from http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/book/978-94-007-4428-8

  • Hocking, C. (2013). Occupational science. In M. Gellman, & J. R. Turner (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Behavioural Medicine (Online edition) (pp. 1365-1370). Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/referencework/10.1007/978-1-4419-1005-9/page/88

  • Hocking, C. S., & Whiteford, G. E. (2012). Introduction to critical perspectives in occupational science. In G. E. Whiteford, & C. Hocking (Eds.), Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation (pp. 1-7). Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Retrieved from http://au.wiley.com/

  • Hocking, C. S. (2012). Occupations through the looking glass: Reflecting on occupational scientists' ontological assumptions. In G. E. Whiteford, & C. Hocking (Eds.), Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation (pp. 54-66). Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Retrieved from http://au.wiley.com/

  • Hocking, C. (2011). Application of occupation analysis to practice: Public health and public health promotion. In L. Mackenzie, & G. O'Toole (Eds.), Occupation Analysis in Practice (1st edition) (pp. 246-263). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Retrieved from http://au.wiley.com/

  • Hocking, C. (2010). Process of assessment and evaluation. In M. Curtin, M. Molineux, & J. Supyk (Eds.), Occupational Therapy and Physical Dysfunction: Enabling Occupation (6th edition) (pp. 81-93). United Kingdom: Churchill Livingstone.

  • Hocking, C. (2009). Contribution of occupation to health and well-being. In E. B. Crepeau, E. S. Cohn, & B. A. Boyt Schell (Eds.), Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy (11th edition) (pp. 45-54). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

  • Shordike, A., Hocking, C., Vittayakorn, S., Bunrayong, W., Rattakorn, P., Wright St-Clair, V., & Pierce, D. (2008). Refining the occupation of research across cultures. In P. Liamputtong (Ed.), Doing cross-cultural research: Ethical and methodological perspectives (pp. 287-303). The Netherlands: Springer.

  • Hocking, C., & Nicholson, E. (2007). Occupation for occupational therapists: How far will we go?. In J. Creek, & A. Lawson Porter (Eds.), Contemporary issues in occupational therapy: Reasoning and reflection (pp. 41-54). Chichester, England: Wiley.

  • Hocking, C. (2007). The romance of occupational therapy. In J. Creek, & A. Lawson Porter (Eds.), Contemporary issues in occupational therapy: Reasoning and reflection (pp. 23-40). Chichester, England: Wiley.

  • Wilcock, A. A., & Hocking, C. (2004). Occupation, population health and policy development. In M. Molineux (Ed.), Occupation for Occupational Therapists (pp. 219-230). Oxford: Blackwell.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2004). Professional education in context. In G. Whiteford, & V. Wright-St Clair (Eds.), Occupation and Practice in Context (pp. 72-86). Sydney: Elsevier.

  • Hocking, C. (2003). Creating occupational practice: A multidisciplinary health focus. In G. Brown, S. A. Esdaile, & S. E. Ryan (Eds.), Becoming an Advanced Healthcare Practitioner (pp. 189-215). Edinburgh: Butterworth Heinemann.

Conference contributions

  • Jones, M., & Hocking, C. (2017). Does cognitive stimulation therapy support occupation? A scoping review. In OTNZ-WNA conference 2017: Committing to social change. Nelson.

  • Tokolahi, E., Hocking, C., Kersten, P., & Vandal, A. (2016). Occupational therapy as a mental health promotion intervention for children in schools. In College of Occupational Therapists 40th Conference and Exhibition. Harrogate.

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2016). Shared occupation: Communities enabling children’s participation. In Australasian Occupational Science Symposium. Auckland: Auckland University of Technology. Retrieved from https://www.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reid, H., Hocking, C., & Smythe, E. (2016). Exclusion in occupational therapy. In Australasian Society of Occupational Scientists Symposium 2016. Auckland.

  • Reid, H., Hocking, C., & Smythe, E. (2016). Betwixt and between: Imagining the liminality of inclusion.. In 7th Australasian Society of Occupational Scientists Symposium 2016. Auckland.

  • Rutherford, S. J., Hocking, C., & Theadom, A. (2016). Participation after stroke. In Australasian Society of Occupational Scientists Symposium. Auckland.

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2015). Occupational therapy for children's participation after traumatic brain injury: What is important?. In Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Rotorua.

  • Reid, H., Hocking, C., & Smythe, L. (2015). Bringing the environment in occupational therapy to scrutiny: Fresh insights enhance practice. In 6th Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Rotorua.

  • Rutherford, S. J., Hocking, C., Theadom, A., & McPherson, K. (2015). "No one's told me why I had a stroke": Forming a causal model to facilitate recovery. In 6th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Rotorua.

  • Nicholson, E., Hocking, C., & Jones, M. (2015). Critical moments in the transformation of occupational therapy practice. In 6th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress (APOTC 2015). Rotorua.

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2015). Participation for children with disabilities: A scoping review of strategies involving the social environment.. In Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Rotorua Energy Events Centre.

  • Copeland, E., Hocking, C., & Mace, J. (2015). Action through collective engagement: Promoting universal design in public buildings. In 6th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Rotorua. Retrieved from https://cpcr.aut.ac.nz/research/publication/2015/conference/copeland-2015

  • Mace, J., Hocking, C., & Waring, M. (2015). Appreciative inquiry: A tool for enabling positive change. In APOTC 2015: 6th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Rotorua. Retrieved from http://www.cmnzl.co.nz/

  • Mace, J., Hocking, C., & Waring, M. (2015). Instilling hope and setting goals for a better future: Making the transition to sustaining a permanent home possible for families in temporary accommodation.. . Retrieved from http://www.feantsaresearch.org/

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2014). New Zealand Children’s Participation after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Disconnections and Imbalanced Patterns. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2014). If we listened more, what might we learn?. In Occupational Therapy New Zealand: Blue Sapphire & Diamond Anniversary Occupational Therapy Symposium. Takapuna.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2014). Taking a broader view of occupational needs. In Occupational Therapy New Zealand: Blue Sapphire & Diamond Anniversary Occupational Therapy Symposium. Takapuna.

  • Hocking, C., Townsend, E., Galheigo, S. M., Erlandsson, L., & Mesquita Chagas, J. N. (2014). Driving societal change: Occupational therapy, health and human rights. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama.

  • Jones, M., Hocking, C. S., & McPherson, K. (2014). Development of a community focused resource to facilitate children’s participation after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama.

  • Nicholson, E., Hocking, C. S., & Jones, M. (2014). Critical moments in the transformation of occupational therapy practice. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama. Retrieved from http://www.wfot.org/wfot2014/eng/contents/sessions.html

  • Hocking, C. S. (2014). New Zealand children’s participation after traumatic brain injury: Connections and patterns. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2014). Strategies individuals devise to support engagement in daily activities: A scoping review of the rehabilitation literature. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama.

  • Kim, H., Nayar, S., & Hocking, C. (2014). Re-valuing self through occupation: Enhancing Korean immigrants’ settlement in New Zealand. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama.

  • Hocking, C. S., Forwell, S., Lentin, P., Nayar, S., Prodinger, B., & Stanley, M. (2014). A critical analysis of our knowledge of participation: Have occupational scientists neglected the key occupational domains?. In 2014 Joint International Conference in Occupational Science. Minnesota.

  • Stanley, M., Hocking, C. S., & Nayar, S. (2014). Getting published in the Journal of Occupational Science: Common issues and what to do about them. In 2014 Joint International Conference in Occupational Science. Minnesota.

  • Forwell, S., Prodinger, B., Stanley, M., Hocking, C. S., & Rogers, S. (2014). Journal of Occupational Science: A tool for advancing international connections to the study of occupation. In 2014 Joint International Conference in Occupational Science. Minnesota.

  • Rutherford, S. J., Hocking, C., Theadom, A., & McPherson, K. (2014). “There is no such thing as a small stroke”. Meeting the needs of today’s stroke survivors. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in collaboration with the 48th Japanese Occupational Therapy Congress and Expo. Yokohama.

  • Flood, B., Hocking, C., & Jones, M. (2014). Review of political and legal influences on interprofessional education and collaborative practice development in New Zealand. In Proceedings: All Together Better Health VII (pp. 143-144). Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburg.

  • Wright-St Clair, V. A., Nachum, A., Kepa, M., Kerse, N., & Hocking, C. (2014). Older New Zealand Maori and non-Maori views and values on living in advanced age. In New Zealand Association of Gerontology Conference 2014. Dunedin.

  • Reed, K. D., & Hocking, C. (2014). Re-visioning practice through action research. In 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Yokohama.

  • Kim, H., & Hocking, C. S. (2014). Attending to immigrants’ everyday activities: A new perspective on enhancing immigrants’ well-being. In The Korean Association for Multicultural Education Conference. Seoul.

  • Nicholson, E., Hocking, C., & Jones, M. (2013). Transforming occupational therapy practice: Lessons from the 'Occupation in Action' project. In 25th Occupational Therapy Australia National Conference and Exhibition. Adelaide.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2013). Workshop on minimum standards for OT education: Proposed changes - occupational justice. In Occupational Therapy Academic Learning Network. Melbourne.

  • Swift, C., Reed, K., & Hocking, C. (2013). The involvement of significant others in a chronic pain management programme: A previously unseen perspective. In 5th Association of South-East Asian Pain Societies Conference. Singapore.

  • Wright-St.Clair, V., Hocking, C., & Nachum, A. (2013). Engaging with the past and hoping for the future as valued occupations in advanced age. In Society for the Study of Occupation 12th Annual Research Conference. Kentucky. Retrieved from http://commons.pacificu.edu/sso_conf/2013/2/33/

  • O'Sullivan, G., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2013). Collaborative action research: Improving health outcomes and reducing inequalities for people with dementia. In 8th Health Services and Policy Research Conference. Wellington.

  • Kim, H., Nayar, S., & Hocking, C. (2013). Enhancing wellbeing through everyday activities: Understanding Korean immigrants’ settlement process. In The New Zealand Asia Studies Society Biennial International Conference: Environment, Dis/location and Cultural Space. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.nzasia2013.org.nz/

  • Hocking, C. (2013). Occupational science as a basic science. In First International Occupational Science Forum. Mexico City.

  • Cordier, R., & Hocking, C. S. (2013). A model for play-based intervention for children with ADHD: From theory to practice. In First International Occupation Science Forum. Mexico City.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2013). Minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists and human rights. In First International Occupational Science Forum. Mexico City.

  • Hocking, C. (2013). Occupational justice, human rights and ethics in occupational therapy. In OTARG conference teaser: Occupational Science Symposium. Cape Town.

  • Hocking, C. (2013). Trends in occupational science: Is its relevance in Africa increasing?. In OTARG conference teaser: Occupational Science Symposium. Cape Town.

  • Hocking, C. S., Shann, S., Van Niekerk, L., Ramugondo, E., & Erlandsson, L. -K. (2013). Human rights education in the African context: Developing occupational therapy competencies for justice and inclusion. In Occupational Therapy in Africa Regional Conference. Harare.

  • Hocking, C., Erlandsson, L. -K., & Shann, S. (2013). Occupational injustice: Are current understandings of the concept relevant in an African context?. In Occupational Therapy in Africa Regional Conference. Harare.

  • Evans, M., Hocking, C., & Kersten, P. (2013). The Extended International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health Core Set for Stroke: Does it capture community stroke interventions?. In New Zealand Rehabilitation Conference: Connecting, Living, Rebuilding. Nelson.

  • Rutherford, S., Theadom, A., Hocking, C., & McPherson, K. (2013). Capturing the stories behind the numbers: Initial findings from the Life Experiences After Stroke study (nested within the Auckland Regional Community Stroke Study (ARCOS IV)). In New Zealand Rehabilitation Conference 2013. Nelson. Retrieved from https://www.nzps.org.nz/event/new-zealand-rehabilitation-conference-2013/

  • Hocking, C. (2013). Capabilities and justice: An occupational scientist's perspective. In The Human Agent: Capabilities and Justice: A Dialogue between Philosophy and Occupational Science. Salzburg.

  • Coppola, S., & Hocking, C. S. (2012). Occupational science in high places: A scoping review of World Federation of Occupational Therapists documents. In Society for the Study of Occupation 2012 Annual Research Conference. Oregon.

  • Hocking, C., Erlandsson, L. K., Nayar, S. C., Stanley, M., Wicks, A., Wright-St Clair, V., & Kronenberg, F. (2012). Addressing diverse occupational needs: What new knowledge do occupational therapists require?. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapy Conference. Hamilton.

  • Penman, M., Wright-St Clair, V. A., & Hocking, C. (2012). Designing an effective professional poster. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Hamilton.

  • Hocking, C. S., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2012). Writing a conference abstract. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Hamilton.

  • Copeland, E., Hocking, C., & Mace, J. F. (2012). Promoting universal design in public buildings: An action research study of community participation. In NZAOT Conference 2012: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Hamilton.

  • Reed, K. D., & Hocking, C. (2012). Enabling occupation in practice: Claiming professional power. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Hamilton.

  • Copeland, E., Hocking, C., & Mace, J. (2012). Promoting universal design in public buildings: An action research study of community participation. In Universal Design 2012. Public Space: Inspire, Challenge, and Empower. Oslo. Retrieved from https://ec.europa.eu/

  • Hocking, C. S., & Kroksmark, U. (2012). One of many diverse issues: Responding to the call for sustainability. In 9th COTEC Congress of Occupational Therapy: Occupation Diversity for the Future. Stockholm. Retrieved from http://www.cotec2012.se/?id=2

  • Hocking, C. S., Townsend, E., Smith, H. C., & Kramer-Roy, D. (2012). Preparing occupational therapists for the future: Addressing diversity and justice in educational curricula. In 9th COTEC Congress of Occupational Therapy: Occupation Diversity for the Future. Stockholm. Retrieved from http://www.cotec2012.se/?id=2

  • Erlandsson, L. -K., Hocking, C. S., Jackson, J., Jonsson, H., la Cour, K., Kantartzis, S., & Nilsson, I. (2012). Addressing diverse occupational needs across Europe: What new knowledge do occupational therpaists need?. In 9th COTEC Congress of Occupatiopnal Therapy: Occupation Diversity for the Future. Stockholm. Retrieved from http://www.cotec2012.se/?id=2

  • Reed, K. D., & Hocking C. (2011). Professional development for occupation-centered practice. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops. Waitangi: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.

  • Paddy, A., Smythe, L., & Hocking, C. (2011). Understanding the need for resilience and adaptability in older health professionals and their employers: Why does this matter?. In Health of the Health Professional Conference 2011: Surviving and Thriving in the Health Workforce. Auckland.

  • Wright-St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2011). Poster presentation: Another way to communicate good practice. In NZAOT Clinical Workshops. Waitangi.

  • Hocking, C., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2011). Sharing knowledge and practice: Writing an abstract for your presentation or workshop. In NZAOT Clinical Workshops. Waitangi.

  • Hocking, C., & Reed, K. (2011). Professional development for occupation-centred practice. In NZAOT Clinical Workshops. Waitangi.

  • Hocking, C., Merritt, B., Paterson, M., Thibeault, R., & Townsend, E. (2011). Educating occupational therapists in human rights. In CAOT Conference 2011 Program. Saskatoon: Canadian Association of Occupaitonal Therapists. Retrieved from http://www.caot.ca/conference/2011/2011Full%20program.pdf

  • Bryant, W., Hocking, C., & Clampin, A. (2011). A matter of human rights: Embedding occupational justice in occupational therapy education. In College of Occupational Therapists 35th Annual Conference. Brighton. Retrieved from http://web1.cot.org.uk/MainWebSite/Resources/Document/Schedules-2011.pdf

  • Hocking, C. (2011). Self-help strategies clients use to support participation. In Taiwanese Occupational Therapy Conference. Taipei.

  • Hocking, C. (2011). Contribution of occupation to health and well-being. In Taiwanese Occupational Science Symposium. Taipei.

  • Hocking, C. (2011). Minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists 2002. In Taiwanese Occupational Science Symposium. Taipei.

  • Hocking, C. (2011). The relationship between occupation and well-being/health. In 5th Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Chiangmai.

  • Hocking, C. (2011). Cross cultural research in occupational therapy. In 5th Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Chiangmai.

  • Hocking, C. (2011). Occupational stories: Taking knowledge into practice. In Occupational Science Symposium UK, Occupational Science: OTs owning occupation. Plymouth. Retrieved from http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/files/extranet/docs/FoH/OT%20Book%20of%20Abstracts.pdf

  • Hocking, C., & Nayar, S. (2010). The significance of the meaning of occupation. In Joint Conference of the Society for the Study of Occupation USA (SSO:USA) and the Canadian Society of Occupational Scientists (CSOS. London, Ontario.

  • Nayar, S., & Hocking, C. (2010). Navigating cultural spaces: Revisiting models of acculturation and settlement. In Joint Conference of the Society for the Study of Occupation USA (SSO:USA) and the Canadian Society of Occupational Scientists (CSOS). London, Ontario.

  • Nayar, S., & Hocking, C. (2010). Navigating cultural spaces: Learning from the occupational experiences of Indian immigrant women. In New Zealand Association of Occupation Therapists Conference 2010. Wellington.

  • Hocking, C., & Nayar, S. (2010). The significance of the meaning of occupation. In Proceedings of the Combined Society for the Study of Occupation: USA and Canadian Society of Occupational Scientists Conference: Redefining Boundaries and Bridges in Occupation (pp. 35). London, Ontario.

  • Hocking, C. (2010). Occupational justice in New Zealand: Implementing the WFOT position paper on human rights. In NZAOT conference 2010 onsite handbook (pp. 42). Nelson: NZAOT.

  • Hocking, C. (2010). Expanding the basis of practice: Learning from people with an impairment. In The New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference Handbook (pp. 31). Nelson.

  • Pierce, D., Hocking, C., Krishnagiri, S., & Price, P. (2008). What is the true intent of occupational science?. In Society for the Study of Occupation Seventh Annual Research Conference Program and Abstracts (pp. 31). : SSO.

  • Nayar, S., Hocking, C., & Giddings, L. (2008). Immigrant Indian women "being and doing" in New Zealand. In Building Research Capacity in the Social Sciences (BRCSS) New Settler's Conference: Finding Job Opportunities and Developing Research Excellence. Auckland.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Ruth Zemke Lectureship - The challenge of occupation: Describing the things people do. In Society for the Study of Occupation Seventh Annual Research Conference Program and Abstracts (pp. 8). : SSO.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Occupational science: Trends, issues and international developments. In Congress proceedings: 8th European Congress of Occupational Therapy. Investing in progress [CD-ROM]. : Deutscher Verband der Ergotherapeuten E. V.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Occupational science: Trends, issues and international developments. In 8th European Congress of Occupational Therapy. Hamburg.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Occupational justice in Europe: Implementing the WFOT Position Paper on human rights. In Congress proceedings: 8th European Congress of Occupational Therapy. Investing in progress [CD-ROM]. : Deutscher Verband der Ergotherapeuten E. V.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Objects of meaning: Assistive devices as symbols of professionalism, identity and disability. In Assistive Technology: Creating Value through Participation. Adelaide: Australian Rehabilitation Assistive Technology Association.

  • Stanley, M., Wicks, A., & Hocking, C. (2007). Contribution of occupational science research to the well-being of older people. In Occupational Science Discussion Space. Adelaide.

  • Stanley, M., & Hocking, C. (2007). Practice informed evidence: Ways older people manage participation in occupation. In 31st Annual Conference & Exhibition of the College of Occupational Therapists Abstracts (pp. 101). .

  • Reed, K., & Hocking, C. (2007). Provision of support services in New Zealand: Therapists' perspectives of factors contributing to positive outcomes. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops Handbook (pp. 24). .

  • McKay, R., Hocking, C., & Boocock, M. G. (2007). Observing mothers lifting in the home environment to identify risk factors that may give rise to musculoskeletal injury. In Handbook of the 14th Conference of the New Zealand Ergonomics Society (pp. 74). .

  • Hocking, C., Nayar, S., McPherson, K., & Taylor, W. (2007). Occupation and participation: A critical reflection of the International Classification of Function. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops Handbook (pp. 29). Cromwell.

  • Hocking, C., Nayar, S., Beale, J., McPherson, K., & Taylor, W. (2007). How occupation matters in life: Critique of the International Classification of Functioning. In 31st Annual Conference & Exhibition of the College of Occupational Therapists Abstracts (pp. 149). Manchester.

  • Corr, S., Hocking, C., Rudman, D., & Wicks, A. (2007). International panel on aging: Older women's food-centred occupations - A collaborative international research partnership. LA.

  • Shordike, A., Pierce, D., Hocking, C., & Bunrayong, W. (2006). Crossing regional boundaries: A derived etic methodology. In Offical Program of the Second International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (pp. 365). Champaign.

  • Pierce, D., Bunrayong, W., Hocking, C., Rattakorn, P., Shordike, A., Vittayakorn, S., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2006). Older women making meaning through celebratory food traditions: Christmas and Songkran food preparation in elderly Kentucky, New Zealand, and Thailand women. In Program Handbook of the 14th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Sydney. Retrieved from http://www.wfot.org/wfot2006/programs/posters-fri

  • Pierce, D., Bunrayong, W., Hocking, C., Rattakorn, P., Shordike, A., Vittayakorn, S., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2006). Can internationally comparative methods enrich understandings of occupation? Food preparation in elderly Kentucky, New Zealand, and Thailand women. In Congress Program Handbook of the 14th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Sydney. Retrieved from http://www.wfot.org/wfot2006/speakerprofile.cfm?p

  • Phare, J., Hocking, C., & Wilson, J. (2006). After the institution: What happened to individuals released from psychiatric institutions?. In Program Handbook of the 14th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Sydney. Retrieved from http://www.wfot.org/wfot2006/programs/posters-tue

  • Hocking, C., Wright-St Clair, V., Pierce, D., Shordike, A., Vittayakorn, S., Bunrayong, W., & Rattakorn, P. (2006). Crossing regional boundaries: A derived etic methodology. In 7th International Interdisciplinary Conference: Advances in Qualitative Methods - Program and Abstracts (pp. 58). Surfers Paradise.

  • Hocking, C., Ness, N. E., & Carswell, A. (2006). WFOT approval of educational programs: Preparing for an evaluator role. In Program Handbook of the 14th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. .

  • Hocking, C., McPherson, K., Beale, J., & Nayar, S. (2006). Perspectives on the International Classification of Functioning core-sets in practice. In Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Conference 2006. Montreal.

  • Hocking, C., Emery, I., & Kingi, J. (2006). Indigenous people participating in occupational therapy. In Program Handbook of the 14th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. .

  • Hocking, C., Christiansen, C., Jonsson, H., Stanley, M., & Wicks, A. (2006). Bringing occupational science into practice: Perspectives on adaptation, balance, potential and the division of occupations. In Program Handbook of the 14th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists. Sydney.

  • Blijlevens, H., Hocking, C., & Paddy, A. (2006). Thought and action: Combining narrative and video as research methods to explore people's everyday experiences. In 7th International Interdisciplinary Conference: Advances in Qualitative Methods - Program and Abstracts (pp. 30-31). Surfers Paradise.

  • Wright St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2005). Storied understandings of occupational therapy: Capturing successes and innovations. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops 2005. Havelock North.

  • Pierce, D., Shordike, A., Hocking, C., Bunrayong, W., & Vittayakorn, S. (2005). The unfolding of an international study of valued food-centred occupations in older women [Abstract]. In Society for the Study of Occupation: USA: Fourth Annual Research Conference Program and Abstracts. : Society for the Study of Occupation: USA.

  • O'Sullivan, G., Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2005). A mixture of meanings in older women's food-related occupations. In Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Vancouver.

  • Hocking, C., & O'Sullivan, G. (2005). Dying for something to do. In Many Faces of Abuse. Auckland.

  • Howells, V., Hocking, C., & Dickie, V. (2004). Tools, materials and occupation. [Abstract]. In Society for the Study of Occupation: USA 3rd Annual Research Conference program and abstracts. : Society for the Study of Occupation.

  • Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2004). Getting published: Swimming with sharks or snorkeling with dolphin. [Abstract]. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference handbook and abstracts (pp. S5). : New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, E. N. (2004). Educating health professionals: One profession's response to international demands for relevance and quality. In Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAME) Annual Conference. Adelaide.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, E. N. (2004). International agreement on occupation: What it means in practice. In College of Occupational Therapists 28th Annual Conference and Exhibition. Harrogate.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2004). The revised WFOT minimum standards: Doing things differently. [Abstract]. In Abstract book and congress program of the 30th National Congress. : Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Revised minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists 2002. In Australian Association of Occupational Therapy Tasmania Inc. Conference. Tasmania.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Creating occupational practice. [Abstract]. In Occupational Therapy Australia New South Wales Conference book of abstracts (pp. 39). : Occupational Therapy Australia New South Wales.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Occupational perspectives of practice. [Abstract]. In Occupational Therapy Australia New South Wales Conference book of abstracts (pp. 69). : Occupational Therapy Australia New South Wales.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Learning from the past: Occupation as therapy with culturally diverse clients. In 7th European Congress of Occupational Therapy. Athens.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Evidence from the past. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Christchurch.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). What really matters? The romance of occupational therapy [Abstract]. In Abstracts from the College of Occupational Therapists 28th Annual Conference and exhibition (pp. 60-61). : College of Occupational Therapists.

  • Hocking, C. (2004). Making a difference: The romance of occupational therapy [Abstract]. In Abstract book and congress program of the 30th National Congress. : Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa.

  • Pierce, D., Shordike, A., Wright-St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2003). Methods for international OS research: Holiday food preparation in elderly Kentucky, New Zealand and Thai women. [Abstract].. In Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Second Annual Research Conference (pp. 16). : Society for the Study of Occupation: USA.

  • Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2003). Reflections on form: Food-centred insights. [Abstract].. In Society for the Study of Occupation: USA Second Annual Research Conference (pp. 17). : Society for the Study of Occupation: USA.

  • Hocking, C. (2003). WFOT education guidelines/fieldwork. [Abstract].. In Inaugural Fieldwork Symposium. : The University of Queensland, James Cook University, OT Australia (Queensland), Queensland Health.

  • Wright St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2002). Festive foods: A vehicle for older women's participation in family and community. In 13th World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress (pp. 484). . Retrieved from http://www.stocon.se/wfotdb/absinfo.cse?absid=484

  • Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2002). The proof of the pudding is in the meaning. In Fourth Australasian Occupational Science Symposium (pp. 15). .

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2002). Overview of the revisions to the World Federation of Occupational Therapists minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists. In 13th World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress. Stockholm.

  • Hocking, C., Bunrayong, W., Nicholas, K., Pierce, D., Rattakorn, P., Shordike, A., & Wright-St Clair, V. (2002). Food-centred occupation: An expression of older women's values, attitudes and beliefs. In 13th World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress. . Retrieved from http://www.stocon.se/wfotdb/absinfo.cse?absid=761

  • Hocking, C. (2002). Occupation: The linchpin of holistic practice. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference (pp. 40). .

  • Hocking, C. (2002). Introducing the World Health Organisation's International Classification of Functioning: A tool for occupational practice. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference (pp. 35). .

  • Bunrayong, W., Vittayakorn, S., Rattakorn, P., Wright St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2002). Songkran foods: A vehicle for older Thai women to assert community leadership. In 13th World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress. . Retrieved from http://www.stocon.se/wfotdb/absinfo.cse?absid=485

  • Wright St Clair, V., Hocking, C., Vittayakorn, S., Bunrayong, W., & Rattakorn, P. (2001). The meaning of preparing and sharing food for older women. In Australian Association of Occupational Therapists, 21st National Conference. Brisbane.

  • Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2001). The meaning of food centred occupations to older women. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Symposium. Wellington.

  • Hocking, C., & Rigby, C. (2001). Ongoing competence. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Symposium. Wellington.

  • Hocking, C. (2001). The thing nurses use: Symbols of expertise and caring. In Advanced Nursing through Research Conference. Hamilton.

  • Hocking, C. (2001). Occupational science: Promoting excellence in occupational therapy. In Australian Association of Occupational Therapists 21st National Conference. Brisbane.

  • Wright St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2001). Evidence-based practice position statement workshop. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Symposium. Wellington.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2001). Revising the World Federation of Occupational Therapists' minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists. In European Network of Occupational Therapy Educators Conference. Amsterdam.

  • Hocking, C. (2001). Relevance of the ICIDH-2 to occupational therapy. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Area Network Meeting. Auckland.

  • Hocking, C. (2001). Implications of the ICIDH-2 for occupational therapists. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Area Network Meeting. Auckland.

  • Hocking, C. (2001). Dressings and catheters reconsidered: Their meanings to clients. In Auckland University of Technology, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Research, Scholarship and Practice Conference. Auckland.

  • Hocking, C. (2001). Creating occupational practice. In Australian Association of Occupational Therapists 21st National Conference. Brisbane.

  • Hocking, C., & Penman, M. (2000). Postgraduate study: A path to the future. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Rotorua.

  • Hocking, C. (2000). Having and using objects in the western world. In Third Australasian Occupational Science Symposium. Albury.

  • Elderkamp, C., & Hocking, C. (2000). Recovery after stroke or head injury: Integrating new findings. In New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference. Rotorua.

  • Hocking, C. (1999). The cultural nature of occupation: A model of human occupation perspective. In Second Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Taipei.

  • Hocking, C. (1999). Understanding occupation: Occupational science informing occupational therapy practice. In Second Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Taipei.

  • Hocking, C. (1999). Assessment: Occupational performance and occupational outcomes. In NZAOT Occupational Therapy Symposium. Auckland.

  • Hocking, C. (1999). Getting published: Responding to referees feedback. In OT Australia 20th National Conference. Canberra.

Edited books/volumes

  • Whiteford, G. E., & Hocking, C. (2012). Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Retrieved from http://au.wiley.com/

Reports

  • Hocking, C. (2005). Concept plan for a participation-focused evidence library cataloguing system. Washington, DC.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2003). Guidelines for the World Federation of Occupational Therapists process for approval of educational programmes.

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2002). Revised minimum standards for the education of occupational therapists. Perth, Australia.

  • Hocking, C. (2000). Recommendations for adoption of formal assessments. Auckland.

Oral presentations

  • Evans, M., Hocking, C., & Kersten, P. (2015). Using the Extended ICF Core Set for Stroke to Audit a Community Stroke Team's Interventions. Rotorua, New Zealand.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2013). [Webinar] Facilitating OT students understanding of occupational justice issues. Webinar for Occupational Therapy Academic Learning Network.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2013). Facilitation of one-day workshop: Health and human rights: Responding to the UN agenda. College of Occupational Therapists, London, UK.

  • Hocking, C. S. (2013). Trends and directions in occupational science. International Occupational Therapy Keynote Lecture Series, Plymouth University, UK.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Having nothing to do can kill you: An occupational science response. Brenau University Gainsville, Georgia, USA.

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Back to the beginning: A vision for occupational therapy. Dunedin, New Zealand.

  • Wright-St Clair, V., & Hocking, C. (2008). "Seeing" a brighter future: Health through occupation. Rotorua, New Zealand.

  • Hocking, C., & Stanley, M. (2007). Working with elders and the International Classification of Function. University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland.

  • Hocking, C., & Stanley, M. (2007). Working with elders and the International Classification of Function. University of Limerick, Ireland.

  • Hocking, C. (2007). Writing for publication: Tips for busy academics. Faculty of Health & Social Care, Canterbury Christ Church University, Britain.

  • Hocking, C. (2007). What you have and who you are: Possessions and identity. Canterbury Christ Church University, Britain.

  • Hocking, C. (2007). What do occupational therapists do? That depends…. University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

  • Hocking, C. (2006). WFOT minimum standards. HAN University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

  • Hocking, C. (2006). Putting occupation into practice. HAN University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

  • Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2005). Older women's food centred occupations: A collaborative research partnership. Kentucky, USA.

  • Hocking, C., & Wright St Clair, V. (2005). Older women's food centred occupations: A collaborative research partnership. Chiangmai, Thailand.

Other outputs

  • Hocking, C. (2018). Editorial. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 3). doi:10.1080/14427591.2018.1492868

  • Hocking, C. (2018). Editorial. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 2). doi:10.1080/14427591.2018.1455258

  • Gupta, J., & Hocking, C. (2018). Special Issue: Occupation, Well-being and Immigration. In Journal of Occupational Science (Vol. 25, Iss. 1, pp. 1-3). doi:10.1080/14427591.2018.1446243

  • Hocking, C. (2017). Editorial. In Journal of Occupational Science (Vol. 24, Iss. 2, pp. 109-112). doi:10.1080/14427591.2017.1336069

  • Hocking, C. (2015). Editorial. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 4). Routledge. doi:10.1080/14427591.2015.1073097

  • Hocking, C. (2015). Editorial: Special issue on contextual and evolutionary perspectives of occupation. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 1). Routledge. doi:10.1080/14427591.2015.990083

  • Hocking, C. (2014). Occupational therapists driving societal change [Editorial]. In British Journal of Occupational Therapy (Iss. 12). doi:10.4276/030802214X14176260335147

  • Hocking, C. S. (2014). Editorial [British Journal of Occupational Therapy 77(12)]. In British Journal of Occupational Therapy (Iss. 12).

  • Hocking, C. (2014). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science 21(4)]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 4). doi:10.1080/14427591.2014.943359

  • Hocking, C. (2014). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science 21(2)]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 2). doi:10.1080/14427591.2014.908455

  • Hocking, C. S. (2013). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science, 20(3), 211]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 3). doi:10.1080/14427591.2013.812947

  • Tregidga, H. M., Milne, M., & Lehman, G. (2012). Editorial. In Accounting Forum (Iss. 3).

  • Hocking, C. (2012). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science, 19(3)]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 3).

  • Hocking, C. (2012). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science, 19(4)]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 4).

  • Hocking, C., & Ness, N. E. (2011). An undergraduate mental health pathway: WFOT perspective. In British Journal of Occupational Therapy (Iss. 5). Retrieved from http://docserver.ingentaconnect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Collins, J., & Billot, J. (2009). Editorial. In Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice (Iss. 2).

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science, 15(3)]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 3). Retrieved from http://www.jos.edu.au.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/article.asp?id=328

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science, 15(2)]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 2). Retrieved from http://www.jos.edu.au.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/article.asp?id=319

  • Hocking, C. (2008). Editorial [Journal of Occupational Science, 15(1)]. In Journal of Occupational Science (Iss. 1). Retrieved from http://www.jos.edu.au.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/article.asp?id=299

  • Kolt, G. S. (2000). Editorial. In Physical Therapy in Sport (Iss. 4).