Dr Gemma Wells


NameDr Gemma Wells
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Allied and Public Health Professions

Research outputs

Occupational therapy through a feminist lens

Wells, G. 2022. Occupational therapy through a feminist lens.

EMPOWERing older people and their communities to manage their own CARE (EMPOWERCARE): Evaluation study of a social innovation initiative across four European countries

Hatzidimitriadou, E., Wright, T., Stirrup, V., Kuzbit, P., Thompson, T., DeBraal, P, Burton, C., Price, A., Stein, M., Wells, G., Manship, S., Martin, A. and Chung, P. 2022. EMPOWERing older people and their communities to manage their own CARE (EMPOWERCARE): Evaluation study of a social innovation initiative across four European countries. International Journal of Integrated Care. https://doi.org/10.5334/ijic.ICIC22333

Supporting students through a rapidly changing landscape

Wells, G. and Harvey, S. 2020. Supporting students through a rapidly changing landscape. 28 (8), pp. 29-31.

Childfree women as occupational beings

Wells, G. 2019. Childfree women as occupational beings.

The experiences of women as occupational beings

Wells, G. 2018. The experiences of women as occupational beings.

Running a research consultation group with parents and carers of children with complex health needs who use children’s rehabilitation therapy services: practical considerations and insights

Hutton, E., Apps, J., Wells, G. and Cowie, C. 2017. Running a research consultation group with parents and carers of children with complex health needs who use children’s rehabilitation therapy services: practical considerations and insights.

Consulting parents and carers of children with complex needs who use rehabilitation therapy services about research - what issues are important?

Hutton, E., Apps, J., Cowie, C. and Wells, G. 2018. Consulting parents and carers of children with complex needs who use rehabilitation therapy services about research - what issues are important?

The locality health and social care mapping project Shepway qualitative report presented to East Coast Kent Public Engagement Directorate and the PCT Board as part of the full Shepway mapping report

Smith, A. and Wells, G. 2009. The locality health and social care mapping project Shepway qualitative report presented to East Coast Kent Public Engagement Directorate and the PCT Board as part of the full Shepway mapping report.
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