Books and Publications

 

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Clouston TJ, Westcott L Whitcombe SW (Eds). 2018. Transitions to practice: Essential concepts for health and social care practitioners. Cumbria: M&K publications. Link here
  2. Clouston TJ. 2018. Evidencing caring values in everyday practice. In TJ Clouston, L Westcott, SW Whitcombe (Eds.) Transitions to Practice: Essential Concepts for Health and Social Care Practitioners, Cumbria, UK, M&K publications
  3. Whitcombe S, Clouston TJ. 2016. Understanding students’ experiences of problem-based learning through an analysis of Basil Bernstein’s pedagogic device. In Problem-Based Learning: Perspectives, Methods and Challenges. Nova Sciences: New York, USA
  4. Clouston TJ .2015. Challenging stress, burnout and rust-out: Finding balance in busy lives, London, Jessica Kingsley. Link here
  5. Clouston TJ et al (2010) (Eds) Problem based learning in health and social care, Oxford: Blackwell-Wiley. Link here
  6. Whitcombe SW, Clouston TJ (2010) A reflexive model for problem-based learning in TJ Clouston et al (Eds) Problem based learning in health and social care. Oxford: Blackwell-Wiley, 115-124.
  7. Clouston TJ. 2010. Interweaving the strands of thinking in problem based learning, in TJ Clouston et al (Eds) Problem based learning in health and social care. Oxford: Blackwell-Wiley, 203-214
  8. Clouston TJ. 2004. Facilitating tutorials in problem based learning: A students’ perspective in P Hartley, A Woods, M Pill (Eds). Enhancing teaching in higher education – New approaches to improving student learning. London: Routledge, 54-64.

RESOURCES

  1. Clouston TJ, Latham-Hastings G, Ferriday R. 2018. Becoming a caring & compassionate practitioner in health and social care practice. Online resource 
  2. Cwm Taff University Health Board (CTUHB). 2017. Occupational therapy and dementia care: right way, right place, right time. (contributor/academic support).
  3. Buchanan H, Bumin G, Clouston TJ et al. Practice development programme: quality indicators project, World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Australia
  4. Modernising allied health professions’ careers in Wales: A post registration framework. 2016. WEDs (All Wales Steering Group) (launched October 2016) here
  5. Increasing understanding and uptake of advanced decisions in Wales. 2016. Public Policy Institute for Wales (published January 2016) (consultation member here
  6. Social media and professionalism packages (Cardiff University) (launched Sept 2016)
    1. Fitness to practise: https://xerte.cardiff.ac.uk/play_3981
    2. Multi-disciplinary team working: https://xerte.cardiff.ac.uk/play_4070
    3. Social media: https://xerte.cardiff.ac.uk/play_4275
    4. Professionalism: https://xerte.cardiff.ac.uk/play_4271
  7. Occupational Science Europe media resources:
    1. Mail
    2. Blog 
    3. Twitter – @OSEurope 
    4. Facebook 
    5. LinkedIN Occupational Science Europe 
  8. Randløv B, Piskur B, Ness NE, Alsaker S, Persson D, Erlandsson LK, Wright J, Clouston TJ. 2004. Occupational Science, European Network of Occupational Therapy Education. Online
  9. Clouston TJ, Westcott L, Whitcombe S. 2003. Mental Health Learning and Teaching in Occupational Therapy. Mental Health in Higher Education, ILTSN. Online 

NEWSPAPERS/MEDIA/OTHER

  1. Clouston TJ. May 27th Work-life balance. Lucy Owen show BBC Radio Wales. Llandaff, Cardiff.
  2. Clouston TJ. Oct 2016. Post-traumatic stress disorder, work, burnout and the spiritual crises in health and social care. Cardiff University Mental Health Blog. Online
  3. Clouston TJ. May 2015. Stress and work-life balance in the teaching profession: Response to the NUT 2014 report. ITV Wales 6pm News Live Interview, May 23rd 2015
  4. Clouston TJ. 2015. Challenging stress, burnout and rust-out: Finding balance in busy lives interview and Jessica Kingsley blog   
  5. Clouston TJ. 2015. Response to Green’s Adolph Meyer Letter; BJOT December 2015
  6. Clouston TJ. 2014- on. Linkedin: Occupational Science Europe Researchers group
  7. Clouston TJ. 2013-on. Teena Clouston: Living life in balance: Teena Clouston Blog: 
  8. Clouston TJ. 2013. Culture of overwork overshadows better more balanced lives, The Conversation, 29th August. Online here 

PUBLICATIONS REFEREED JOURNALS

  1. Clouston TJ, Whitcombe SW. 2018. Evaluation of interprofessional working on a therapist/nurse led rehabilitation ward. International Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation [online here]
  2. Clouston TJ. 2018.Finding meaning in time in occupational therapy (Editorial). British Journal of Occupational Therapy
  3. Clouston TJ. 2017.Transforming learning: Teaching compassion and caring values in higher education. Journal of Further and Higher Education [online link here]
  4. Solmon B, Clouston TJ. 2016. Occupational therapy and the therapeutic use of self. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79,8, 514-516
  5. Clouston TJ .2014. Whose occupational balance is it anyway? The challenge of neoliberal capitalism and work-life imbalance. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 77,10, 507-515
  6. Clouston TJ, Whitcombe SW. 2008. The Professionalisation of occupational therapy: A continuing challenge. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71, 8, 314-320
  7. Clouston TJ. 2007. Exploring methods of talk in problem-based learning tutorials. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 31, 2, 58-68
  8. Clouston TJ, Whitcombe SW. 2005. An Emerging Person Centred Model for Problem Based Learning. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 29, 3, 265-275
  9. Clouston TJ. 2003. Narrative, Listening and Representation. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. April, 66, 4, 136-142
  10. Clouston, TJ. 1991. Oils for Epilepsy: Aromatherapy for People with Complex Partial Seizures. The International Journal of Aromatherapy, 3, 3, 22-23.

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES/INVITED PAPERS

  1. Clouston TJ. Stress & burnout in the health professions, Unison, Aston Conference centre, Aston University, Aston, Birmingham
  2. TJ. 2017Mindfulness & meaning: Challenging stress burnout and rust-out in health and social care. Welsh Therapies Advisory/ NHS Wales symposium: Taking Wales forward: Moving as speed, 28th Sept 2017, SWALEC stadium Wales, Cardiff
  3. Clouston TJ. 2017. Challenging stress burnout & rust-out in healthcare, BMA South West & West wales Divisional Meeting, 11th May 2017, Carmarthen
  4. Clouston TJ. 2016. Challenging stress, burnout & rust-out, Welsh Therapies Advisory/ NHS Wales symposium: Workforce, wellbeing and where next? 8th October, SWALEC stadium, Cardiff
  5. Clouston TJ, Sadlo G. 2016. Developing the research agenda for Occupational Science in Europe, ENOTHE/COTEC conference, 15th-19th June, Galway
  6. Clouston TJ, Hancock J. 2015. Improving practice whilst in practice placement, Welsh Health Student Forum, Welsh Education Department (WG), 17th July, SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff
  7. Clouston TJ, Hancock J. 2015. Challenges of practice placements: A Welsh perspective, HEA Summit, July 2nd 2015, Thistle Hotel, Cardiff
  8. Clouston TJ. 2013. Where angels fear to tread: A comparative study of the working lives of occupational therapists in health and social services settings. International Research Symposium, 26–28 June 2013, Oxford Brookes University
  9. Clouston TJ. 2011. Worked out and still wanting: Finding balance in busy lives, International Occupational Science Conference: Occupational Therapists Owning Occupation, University of Plymouth, Plymouth.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPERS

INTERNATIONAL

  1. Clouston TJ. Cautionary tales from the coalface: the search for meaning and occupational balance in life in the performance driven world of neoliberal capitalism.17th World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress, Cape Town, South Africa
  2. Clouston et al [WFOT expert working group] WFOT Quality indicators in occupational therapy. 17th World Federation of Occupational Therapists Congress, Cape Town, South Africa
  3. Clouston TJ. 2017. Dance with the devil: Finding subjective meaning in our use of time in neoliberal economies. 4th OSE Conference: ‘Meeting in Diversity-Occupation as Common Ground’, HAWK university, Hildensheim, Germany 7th-9th Sept
  4. Sadlo G, Clouston TJ et al. 2016. Occupational science and occupational therapy education, ENOTHE/COTEC conference,15th-19th June, Galway
  5. Clouston TJ .2015. Sustainable happiness and wellbeing: Moving from performance to a meaning orientation, Gross International Conference on Gross National Happiness, ‘From GNH Philosophy to Praxis and Policy’, 3rd-6th Nov, Paro, Bhutan
  6. Jones N, Clouston TJ. 2015. Befriending through a shared meaningful occupation of gardening and its impact on the health and wellbeing of older adults. Occupational Science Europe Conference 2015: ‘Health and Wellbeing through Occupation’, 3rd-4th Sept, Bournemouth, UK
  7. Clouston TJ. 2014. Knowledge of out forefathers: The lost wisdom of lifestyle balance, World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Japan
  8. Clouston TJ. 2013. Where Angels Fear to Tread: A comparative study of the working lives of occupational therapists in health and social services settings. International Research Symposium, 26–28 June 2013, Oxford Brookes University
  9. Clouston TJ .2011. Ecological balance: Achieving sustainability and resilience in a work-driven world, in Discussion Panel, Sustaining Occupation: Culture and Governance in the Face of Global Environmental Change, Annual Research Conference of the Society for the Study of Occupation, Utah, USA
  10. Clouston TJ. 2006. Work and Occupational Balance:Friend or Foe? World Federation Occupational Therapy Conference, Sydney, Australia
  11. Clouston TJ, Whitcombe SW. 2006. An Reflective Model for PBL. International Problem Based Learning Conference, Peru
  12. Clouston TJ, Whitcombe SW. 2004. Designing for the Future: Integrating Staff and Student Needs in a Problem Based Learning Curriculum. European Congress of Occupational Therapists, Athens
  13. Randløv B, Piskur B, Ness NE, Alsaker S, Persson D, Erlandsson LK, Wright J, Clouston TJ. 2004. An Introduction to Occupational Science. European Congress of Occupational Therapists, Athens
  14. Wilby PK, Clouston TJ. 2003. Developing on Line Synthesis Groups to Support Problem Based Learning. European Network of Occupational Therapy Education Conference, Prague
  15. Clouston TJ, Hannigan B, Whitcombe SW, Young N. 2003. Working, Learning and Integrating: Meeting the Learning Needs of Interdisciplinary Mental Health Teams. Collaborative Conversations International Conference, Bounrnemouth University, Bournemouth
  16. Clouston TJ, Wilby PK, Johnson MR. 2003. Learning Together: A Model for e-communication in Groups. Collaborative Conversations International Conference, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth
  17. Clouston TJ, Wilby PK. 2003. Communication in Web Based Teaching and Learning. Elsevier Science Conference International Conference (CAL). Belfast, Northern Ireland
  18. Clouston TJ. 2001. Tutor Facilitation Skills in Problem Based Learning – A Student Centred View. World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Sweden

NATIONAL

  1. Jones A, Clouston TJ. 2015. Advanced practice portfolio evidence – Allied health professional development. Association of Advanced Practitioners UK Conference, Salford
  2. Clouston TJ. 2013. Whose occupational balance is it anyway? Strategies for living a more balanced lifestyle. Annual College of Occupational Therapists Conference, Glasgow
  3. Clouston TJ. 2006. Using Narratives to Understand Organisational Culture and Occupational Balance. College of Occupational Therapy Conference, Cardiff
  4. Clouston TJ, Whitcombe SW. 2003. Linking Interprofessional Working & Learning. Healthcare Studies Research Conference, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff
  5. Clouston TJ, Whitcombe SW. 2003. What are the Perceived Learning Needs of Occupational Therapists in Mental Health? College of Occupational Therapists, Glasgow
  6. Clouston TJ, Wilby PK. 2003. Designing for the future: Using communication and information technology in multiprofessional education. College of Occupational Therapists, Glasgow
  7. Wilby PK, Clouston TJ. 2002. Reducing barriers – Increasing collaboration. ASME Conference, London.

 

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