Occupational therapy through a feminist lens

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Wells, G. 2022. Occupational therapy through a feminist lens.
AuthorsWells, G.
TypeConference paper
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Presentation at the annual Royal College of Occupational Therapy conference.

KeywordsOccupational therapy; Feminism
Year2022
ConferenceRoyal College of Occupational Therapy 2022
Related URLhttps://www.rcot.co.uk/annual-conference
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