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Conference poster: Irish Traveller Children’s Play – Preliminary Results from a critical scoping review
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Conference poster: Irish Traveller Children’s Play – Preliminary Results from a critical scoping review

The UN CRC (2013) highlighted the play rights of children from indigenous and minority communities as requiring specific attention. An occupational rights agenda affirms our responsibility as Occupational Therapists to identify and address the barriers to children’s play. However, an insufficient understanding of Traveller children’s play may leave us vulnerable to practices that risk contributing to systems that sustain inequality and exclusion. This study aimed to develop knowledge to support practice. The primary objective of the study was to identify, map and summarize the literature on Traveller children’s play. The updated methodological guidance for conducting a scoping review from the Joanna Briggs Institute (Peters et al, 2020) was implemented. This poster presentation outlines preliminary findings from the study.

Conference poster: Enhancing lives through enabling participation: Children as active agents in their communities
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Conference poster: Enhancing lives through enabling participation: Children as active agents in their communities

Poster presented at AOTI Conference 2021 (Association Occupational Therapists Ireland)

Conference poster: Developing an integrated research program for the study of Occupational Science through the lens of play
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Conference poster: Developing an integrated research program for the study of Occupational Science through the lens of play

Poster presented at SSO:USA Conference 2021 (Society for the Study of Occupation, USA).
The P4PLAY is an innovative joint doctoral programme, established in 2020, as a collaboration between 4 academic and 15 partner organisations in Europe and the USA. The overall research goal is to develop new knowledge on the occupation of play and play deprivation; the impact of physical, socio-cultural, and policy environments on play provision; and the development of solutions to address barriers to play provision in diverse community settings. This research responds to the societal challenge of ensuring health, well-being and equality for children (UN Sustainable Goals 3 & 10). Expected outcomes aim to benefit children, families, and communities. PhD students are conducting individual projects addressing four fundamental areas of play (People, Place, Policy, Practice [P4Play]) with eight study themes.

Conference poster: Listening to children’s, families’, and communities’ voices to inform inclusive play
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Conference poster: Listening to children’s, families’, and communities’ voices to inform inclusive play

P4PLAY: RESEARCHING PEOPLE, PLACE, POLICY and PRACTICE for PLAY from the LENS of OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE: Listening to children's, families', and communities' voices to inform inclusive play. Play 2021 - A conference on children, play and space, Birmingham, UK.

Conference poster: Examining policy processes to facilitate play
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Conference poster: Examining policy processes to facilitate play

P4PLAY: RESEARCHING PEOPLE, PLACE, POLICY and PRACTICE for PLAY from the LENS of OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE. Examining policy processes to facilitate play. Play 2021 - A conference on children, play and space, Birmingham, UK.

Conference poster – Oh The Places You’ll Go: Adventures Outdoors and in Digital Playgrounds
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Conference poster – Oh The Places You’ll Go: Adventures Outdoors and in Digital Playgrounds

P4PLAY: RESEARCHING PEOPLE, PLACE , POLICY and PRACTICE for PLAY from the LENS of OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE Oh The Places You'll Go: Adventures Outdoors and in Digital Playgrounds. Play 2021 - A conference on children, play and space, Birmingham, UK.

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