Priscilla Ennals
Priscilla Ennals
Neami National
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TitleCited byYear
Shifting occupational identity: doing, being, becoming and belonging in the academy
P Ennals, T Fortune, A Williams, K D'Cruz
Higher Education Research & Development 35 (3), 433-446, 2016
262016
Navigating the complexity of disability support in tertiary education: Perspectives of students and disability service staff
E Fossey, L Chaffey, A Venville, P Ennals, J Douglas, C Bigby
International Journal of Inclusive Education 21 (8), 822-832, 2017
212017
Postsecondary study and mental ill-health: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research exploring students’ lived experiences
P Ennals, E Fossey, L Howie
Journal of Mental Health 24 (2), 111-119, 2015
202015
Identifying educational priorities for occupational therapy students to prepare for mental health practice in A ustralia and N ew Z ealand: Opinions of practising occupational …
JN Scanlan, G Pépin, K Haracz, P Ennals, JS Webster, PJ Meredith, ...
Australian occupational therapy journal 62 (5), 286-298, 2015
142015
The Occupational Performance History Interview in community mental health case management: Consumer and occupational therapist perspectives
P Ennals, E Fossey
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 54 (1), 11-21, 2007
142007
Bridging identity ‘chasms’: occupational therapy academics’ reflections on the journey towards scholarship
T Fortune, P Ennals, A Bhopti, C Neilson, S Darzins, C Bruce
Teaching in Higher Education 21 (3), 313-325, 2016
122016
Postsecondary education: Kindling opportunities for people with mental illness
P Ennals, EM Fossey, CA Harvey, E Killackey
Asia‐Pacific Psychiatry 6 (2), 115-119, 2014
122014
Mental illness, supported education, employment and recovery: Ben's story
B Rinaudo, P Ennals
Work 43 (1), 99-104, 2012
122012
Supporting students with invisible disabilities: A scoping review of postsecondary education for students with mental illness or an acquired brain injury
A Venville, M Mealings, P Ennals, J Oates, E Fossey, J Douglas, C Bigby
International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 63 (6), 571-592, 2016
112016
Supporting tertiary students with disabilities: individualised and institution-level approaches in practice
A Venville, E Fossey, L Chaffey, P Ennals, J Douglas, C Bigby
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2015
112015
Using the OPHI-II to support people with mental illness in their recovery
P Ennals, E Fossey
Occupational Therapy in Mental Health 25 (2), 138-150, 2009
92009
Supporting scholarly identity and practice: Narratives of occupational therapy academics
KA Carra, T Fortune, P Ennals, K D’Cruz, H Kohn
British journal of occupational therapy 80 (8), 502-509, 2017
52017
The Hero's Journey: Uncovering threshold barriers, dispositions and practices among occupational therapy students
T Fortune, P Ennals, M Kennedy-Jones
Ireland: National Academy for Integration of Research Teaching and Learning …, 2012
52012
Managing reading and related literacy difficulties: University students’ perspectives
T Serry, J Oates, P Ennals, A Venville, A Williams, E Fossey, G Steel
Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties 23 (1), 5-30, 2018
32018
Mental health education in occupational therapy professional preparation programs: Alignment between clinician priorities and coverage in university curricula
JN Scanlan, PJ Meredith, K Haracz, P Ennals, G Pépin, JS Webster, ...
Australian occupational therapy journal 64 (6), 436-447, 2017
32017
Supporting Students with Mental Health Issues and Acquired Brain Injury: University Teaching Staff Perspectives
E Fossey, C Bigby, L Chaffey, M Mealings, A Williams, T Serry, A Venville, ...
JANZSSA-Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services …, 2017
22017
Occupational therapy intervention in mental health should be individualised, occupation focussed, promote inclusion and occur in the context of an authentic relationship
K Haracz, P Ennals
Australian occupational therapy journal 62 (5), 365-366, 2015
22015
How do occupational therapy curricula align with priorities identified by occupational therapists to prepare graduates for working in mental health?
JN Scanlan, G Pepin, P Ennals, PJ Meredith, K Haracz, JS Webster, ...
12016
How do occupational therapy curricula align with priorities identified by occupational therapists to prepare graduates for working in mental health?
JN Scanlan, G Pepin, P Ennals, PJ Meredith, K Haracz, JS Webster, ...
12016
Collegiality, kindness and care in the measured university: Huh?
T Fortune, P Ennals, C Neilson, C Bruce, A Bhopti
Academic life in the measured university–pleasures, paradoxes and politics, 2016
12016
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