Dr. Tricia Morrison

Morrison Tricia smallTricia Morrison is a postdoctoral fellow with Dr. Roanne Thomas in the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa (uOttawa). Dr. Morrison completed her PhD and Master in Education at uOttawa and her undergraduate degree in Occupational Therapy at McGill University.

Prior to commencing her postdoctoral fellowship, she was a part time professor in the school of Occupational Therapy, uOttawa, while also maintaining a clinical practice in Occupational Therapy. She has predominantly focussed on the use of qualitative research methods and with Roanne is currently exploring the use of arts-based methodologies while publishing in the areas of occupational therapy, therapeutic relationship, and cancer survivorship. Tricia's main project is to explore the return to work experiences of cancer survivors using photovoice.

Recent Publications

  • T. Morrison, R. Thomas, & P. Guitard. (2015). Physicians' perspectives of cancer survivors' work integration. Canadian Family Physician, 61, E36-E42.
  • T. Morrison & R. Thomas (2015). Cancer Survivors’ Concealment or Disclosure of Diagnosis: Implications for Return to Work. Work, 52(3), 643-655.
  • T. Morrison & R. Thomas (2014). Survivors’ experiences of return to work following cancer: A photovoice study. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. 1-10.
  • T. Morrison & R. Thomas (2014). “Bored out of my gourd”: A Cancer Survivor’s Return to Work Experience. Current Oncology. 21(1), 169-171.
  • S.E. McEwen, M. Egan, M. Chasen, M. Fitch, PCRR Group. Consensus recommendations for cancer rehabilitation: Research and education priorities. Current Oncology, 20 (1), 64-69.
  • T. Morrison, (2013). Individual and environmental implications upon working alliances in occupational therapy. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 76(11), 507-514.
  • T. Morrison, & J.D. Smith (online June 16, 2013). Working alliance development in occupational therapy: A cross case analysis. Australian Journal of Occupational Therapy. doi: 10.1111/1440-1630.12053
  • J. Lubino, M. Mongrain, M-P. Chiasson, T. Morrison & P. Guitard. (révisé et soumis à nouveau). Facteurs influençant la relation thérapeutique selon l’expérience vécue de l’ergothérapeute : étude pilote. Soumis à Revue Ergothérapie
  • T. Morrison. (2011). A member’s perspective of conference 2011. OT Now, 13(4), 22-23.

Recent Selected Published Presentations

  • T. MorrisonEstablishing “Safe Habours” in an Occupational Therapy Therapeutic Relationships, Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) Annual Conference, June 2013 (p. 24) http://www.caot.ca/conference/2013/ONSiteGuide2013.pdf
  • T. Morrison& R. Thomas. Ethnodrama: Living with Lymphedema Following Breast Cancer (Stage 1 Findings), Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) Annual Conference, June 2013 (p. 52-53) http://www.caot.ca/conference/2013/ONSiteGuide2013.pdf
  • T. Morrison. A picture is worth a thousand words: Enter photovoice methodology, Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) Annual Conference, June 2013 (p. 34)http://www.caot.ca/conference/2013/ONSiteGuide2013.pdf
  • S. Woelke & T. Morrison.Brain Injury Basics: A Guide to Providing Community-Based Brain Injury InterventionCanadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) Annual Conference, June 2013 (p. 38)http://www.caot.ca/conference/2013/ONSiteGuide2013.pdf
  • T. Morrison& R. Thomas. The Experiences of Work During and Following Cancer: A Photovoice Study, Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research – Primary Health Care (TUTOR-PHC) Alumni Knowledge Translation Symposium, May 2-3, 2013 (p. 34).
  • T. Morrison& R. Thomas. The Experiences of Work During and Following Cancer: A Photovoice Study, Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Annual Conference, April 2013 (p. 12-13, http://www.capo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/CAPO_abstracts_booklet_2013.pdf
  • R. Hamilton, R. Thomas, T. Morrison & J. Avery.Living with Limits & Loss: Lower and Upper Limb Lymphedema after Cancer, Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Annual Conference, April 2013 (p. 48, http://www.capo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/CAPO_abstracts_booklet_2013.pdf)
  • R. Thomas, E. Quinlan, T. Morrison, S. Ahmed, J. Block, P. Fichtner, & L. McMullen.Addressing the audience: Interviews with health professionals attending a lymphedema ethnodrama, Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Annual Conference, April 2013 (p. 112, http://www.capo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/CAPO_abstracts_booklet_2013.pdf)
  • Invited Presentation (R. Thomas, & T. Morrison). I used to push the boat from shore: The implications of loss after breast cancer for rehabilitation, Partners in Cancer Rehabilitation Research, May 2012. [#16]

 pdfMens Experiences of Work Following Cancer Recruit Poster.pdf

pdfEthnodrama Poster (TM) April 2013.pdf

pdfPhotovoice poster April 2013.pdf

 

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