Our presenters have kindly provided the resources below. Take a look through these papers, posters, video links to learn more about occupational therapy in primary care:
Jones, N., Clifford, J., Bloomfield, H., & DiBona, L. (2022). From tiny acorns mighty oaks grow; Natalie Jones talks about primary care, new ways of working and lessons learnt from developing occupational therapy roles. OTnews (October), 36–38.
Occupational Therapy Frailty Project Township 1 Primary Care Network Final Report October 2020-September 2021 – Julia Clifford
Poster: Working upstream: the implementation of a preventative occupational therapy model of practice with frail older adults in primary care – Julia Clifford 2021
Case Study by IVAR about primary care team work Laura Di Bona has been leading on: A new approach to personalised care in Sheffield (SAPA 5) – Case Study – IVAR (September 2022)
Jennifer Read, Anna Cantrell, Elizabeth Croot. What is known about the provision of Occupational therapy within adult primary care services and how this provision affects service delivery, service users and carers? A systematic review with narrative synthesis. PROSPERO 2022 CRD42022374182 Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42022374182
Occupational Therapy in Primary Care https://youtu.be/9kvZtY94pSg (Video: 2min19sec) Nat Jones
Scoping the role of Occupational Therapy in primary care, a student placement https://youtu.be/BgGm_04LADA (Video: 30 mins)
Sheffield primary care frailty project https://ockham.healthcare/podcast-tom-holdsworth-julia-clifford-sheffield-frailty-project/ (podcast) Julia Clifford
Article about Laura Di Bona’s work in primary care Reflections on a new approach to personalised care in SAPA5: Institute for Voluntary Action Research’s (IVAR) Case Study – Sheffield Health and Care Partnership (sheffieldhcp.org.uk)
Helen Blomfield’s bedside reading podcast about the book Shuggie Bain and links to primary care.
Work in progress:
Literature review funded by the Elizabeth Casson trust and the University of Sheffield: What is known about the provision of Occupational therapy within adult primary care services and how this provision affects service delivery, service users and carers? A systematic review with narrative synthesis. Led by Jennifer Read.
Links to other related work for interest
Primary Care Sheffield website hosting Natalie Jones’s work on the Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme and a short video of four Occupational Therapy students talking about their leadership placements in primary care http://www.primarycaresheffield.org.uk/2022/12/21/elementor-7968/
A 20minute video of Natalie Jones and GP/ Clinical Director Ben Allen discussing additional roles in primary care some of the challenges and strategies for retention https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCLwkGZ7s30
Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme Review Natalie Jones http://www.primarycaresheffield.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/ARRS-Report-PCS-Final-Version-September-2022-PDF.pdf