Dr Merrolee Penman

EdD Otago, ​MA(Educ) Otago, DipTeach(Tert) Christchurch College of Education, PGDipHlthSci Curtin DipOT CIT
Senior Lecturer, Work Integrated Learning

C43A - Jeffrey Miller Admin Building Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9036 7425

Biographical details

Merrolee's expertise is in learning, whether that be of occupational therapists, occupational therapy students or children with learning needs attending their local school.

Research interests

Merrolee is a member of the following research teams:

Wobbly Hub

  • self-directed learning of health practitioners
  • use of social media to support and enable ongoing learning ongoing learning
  • digital information literacy
  • supporting children's access to the curriculum

Teaching and supervision

  • Work-integrated learning
  • Self-directed learning
  • Occupational therapy role and practices in inclusive education
  • Supervision of masters and honours students

Current research students

Project title Research student
Stakeholder perceptions, experiences and outcomes of a Hospital-based Student-Led Service Model Madelyn NICOLE
The impact of patient and carer experiences and perceptions of allied health practitioners communication skills in the development and implementation of a client communication inventory tool. Natalie POLLARD

Awards and honours

2012 - Pearson Always Learning Award for Occupational Therapists finalist.

2011- New Zealand Delegate to World Federation of Occupational Therapists (voted to position by members of New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists)

2009 -Otago Polytechnic Excellence in Leadership Award

2006 -Frances Rutherford Lecture Award (2006), New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists

2004/5 -Flexible Learning Leader in New Zealand Award

Themes

Health Systems and Global Populations

Selected grants

2015

  • Project Plan (Phase 2)-Embedding Simulation in Clinical Training in Occupational Therapy Project; Penman M, Imms C; Department of Health (Federal)/Workforce Development and Innovation.

2014

  • Interdisciplinary e-Health Advancement and Research Team (IeHART); Togher L, Shaw T, Lam M, Poon S, Campbell A, Dew A, Philip R, McEntee M, Dennis S, Power E, Nguyen M, Nagarajan S, Amon K, O'Dea B, McKeough Z, Penman M, Lincoln M; University of Sydney/MiniSYRENS.

2012

  • Joint research project with University of New Hampshire, USA and Otago Polytechnic to investigate the readiness of first and second year students to be self-directed learners; Penman M; Otago Polytechnic/Otago Polytechnic Research.

2008

  • Developing digital information literacy in higher education: Obstacles and supports for research team; Penman M; Ministry of Education - NZ/Tertiary eLearning Research Fund.

2007

  • An examination of the new graduate and recent migrant occupational therapists perspectives on work preparedness, professional development and work environment issues; Clark M, Thomas Y, Trevan-Hawke J, Penman M, Gray M; Occupational Therapy Council (Australia & New Zealand) Ltd/Registration Boards Grants.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Hegarty, B., Penman, M., Kelly, O., Jeffrey, L., Coburn, D., McDonald, J. (2010). Digital Information Literacy: Supported Development of Capability in Tertiary Environments. Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago Polytechnic.

Book Chapters

  • Penman, M. (2011). Good Practice Guide 10: Using Social Networking Tools to Support Communities of Practice. In Rodger, S (Eds.), Good Practice Guides and Cases to Support Curriculum Development and Renewal in Occupational Therapy, (pp. 54-59). Strawberry Hill: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • Penman, M., Donnelly, C., Drynan, D. (2010). Using Information and Communication Technology in Fieldwork Education: Issues and Possibilities. In Lindy McAllister, Margo Paterson, Joy Higgs, Christine Bithell (Eds.), Innovations in Allied Health Fieldwork Education: A Critical Appraisal, (pp. 153-165). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Hamilton, A., Penman, M. (2010). Using Online Technology. In K. Stagnitti, A. Schoo and D. Welch (Eds.), Clinical and Fieldwork Placement in the Health Professions, (pp. 231-245). Oxford University Press.

Journals

  • Hamilton, A., Burwash, S., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S., Ledgerd, R., Pattison, M. (2016). Making connections and promoting the profession: social media use by World Federation of Occupational Therapy member organisations. Digital Health, in review.
  • Lam, M., Hines, M., Lowe (nee Thompson), R., Nagarajan, S., Nguyen, M., Power, E., Penman, M. (2016). Preparedness for eHealth: Health Sciences Students’ knowledge, skills and confidence. Journal of Information Technology Education, under review.
  • Dunne, M., Nisbet, G., Penman, M., McAllister, L. (2016). Reflective Teaching Strategies in Healthcare Student Placements: A Systematised Review. International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care, under review.
  • Nicole, M., Fairbrother, M., Nagarajan, S., Patrick (Blackford), J., Sheepway, L., Penman, M., McAllister, L. (2015). Student led services in a hospital aged care temporary stay unit: Sustaining student placement capacity and physiotherapy service provisions. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 16(4), 327-342.
  • Hook, A., Bodell, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Burwash, S., Jacobs, K. (2014). Online Technology for Occupational Therapy: blazing a new highway for the way we are ALL going to travel in the next era. World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) Bulletin, 69(1), 24-26. [More Information]
  • Gray, M., Clark, M., Penman, M., Smith, J., Bell, J., Thomas, Y., Trevan-Hawke, J. (2012). New graduate occupational therapists feelings of preparedness for practice in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 59(6), 445-455. [More Information]
  • Yan, Y., Sinclair, K., Penman, M. (2012). Using social networking for professional development of occupational therapy throughout the People’s Republic of China. World Federation of Occupational Therapy Bulletin, 66, 47-49.
  • Jeffrey, L., Hegarty, B., Kelly, O., Penman, M., Coburn, D., McDonald, J. (2011). Developing digital information literacy in higher education: Obstacles and supports. Journal of Information Technology Research, 10(1), 383-413.
  • Wilson, L., Penman, M., Robertson, L., Herkt, J., Robinson, R., Pettigrew, N. (2011). Learning from our colleagues. Scope: Learning and Teaching, November, 90-109.
  • Robinson, R., Penman, M. (2011). Viewing development through an occupational lens: Learning to handwrite. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 58(2), 23-29.
  • Hemmingsson, H., Penman, M. (2010). Making Children's Voices Visible: The School Setting Interview (SSI). Kairaranga, 11(1), 45-49.
  • Bodell, S., Hook, A., Penman, M., Wade, W. (2009). Creating a learning community in today's world: How blogging can facilitate continuing professional development and international learning. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72(6), 279-281.
  • Penman, M. (2008). The use of blogging to support professional learning. Health Care and Informatics Review Online, 12(2), 58-635.
  • Hasselbusch, A., Penman, M. (2008). Working Together: An occupational therapy perspective on collaborative consultation. Kairaranga, 9(1), 24-31.

Conferences

  • Pollard, N., Lincoln, M., Penman, M., Nisbet, G. (2016). An Investigation into patient experiences and perceptions of communication encounters with allied health practitioners. 17th OTTAWA Conference, Perth, Australia.
  • Pollard, N., Lincoln, M., Penman, M., Nisbet, G. (2016). An Investigation into patient experiences and perceptions of diagnostic radiographers’ communication skills. 11th Annual Scientific Meeting of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Hook, A., Bodell, S., Burwash, S., Jacobs, K., Penman, M., Hamilton, A. (2016). USING DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES TO TRANSFORM KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER: THE OT24VX EXPERIENCE. COTEC-ENOTHE 2016 conference.
  • Wykes, M., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Barton, R., Penman, M., Villeneuve, M. (2015). Making quality simulation count in the real world. 5th ACU Simulation in Health Education Showcase (NSW/ACT).
  • Villeneuve, M., Barton, R., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Penman, M. (2015). Quality Simulation: A Focus on Professional Reasoning. 5th ACU Simulation in Health Education Showcase (NSW/ACT).
  • Barton, R., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Penman, M., Villeneuve, M. (2015). Scaffolding and SIMulated learning: developing professional reasoning skills in occupational therapy students. Occupational Therapy Australia's 26th National Conference and Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia: Occupational Therapy Australia.
  • Penman, M., Barton, R., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Villeneuve, M. (2015). SIMulated learning: learning well together in the 'unexpected' environment. 6th Asia Pacific Occupation Therapy Congress.
  • Diaz, C., Villeneuve, M., Penman, M., Brentnall, J., Barton, R. (2015). The role of simulated fieldwork to “bridge�? theory and practice. Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE)/Asian Medical Education Association (AMEA) 2015 Joint Conference.
  • Penman, M., Sunderland, J., Frenchman, K. (2015). Using Technology for Diverse Modes of Learning : ‘The State of the Art’ and the ‘State of the Actual’ of Educational Technology. 6th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress (APOTC).
  • Penman, M. (2014). A profession’s perceived challenges with the continuing competence framework – were occupational therapists ready to be self-directed learners? Health Regulatory Authorities of New Zealand inaugural conference.
  • Penman, M. (2014). Competent – to be, or not to be…that is the question!. Whakaora Ngangahau Aotearoa Occupational Therapy New Zealand, Blue Sapphire and Diamond Anniversary Symposium & Soiree.
  • Penman, M., Lai, K. (2014). Do we have what it takes? Investigating New Zealand occupational therapists' readiness to be self-directed learners. 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).
  • Vroman, K., Morris, K., Penman, M. (2014). How ready are first year occupational science students to be self-directed efficacious learners? 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).
  • Burwash, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Hook, A., Bodell, S., Jacobs, K. (2014). The Coming of Age: A Model for Virtual Occupational Therapy Conferences. 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).
  • Penman, M., Rodger, S. (2014). Virtual and face-to-face learning communities: Exploring their value in building teaching and learning capacity among occupational therapy academics. 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).
  • Cook, B., Penman, M., Hamilton, A., Coolhaas, L., Sullivan, A., Phuah, T. (2013). Social Media in the contemporary CPD climate: why it is easier than you think to take advantage of these valuable learning opportunities. 25th National Occupational Therapy Australia Conference, Australia: Australian Occupational Therapy Journal.
  • Burwash, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S. (2012). Learning with colleagues wearing PJs: Lessons from OT24VX. 92nd American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference (AOTA 2012), Indianapolis, United States: American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
  • Burwash, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S. (2012). Learning with global colleagues: Lessons from the occupational therapy virtual exchange. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference 2012, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Penman, M., Rodger, S. (2011). Creating social presence within virtual communities of practice. OT Australia 24th National Conference, Queensland.
  • Penman, M., Lai, K. (2011). Readiness to be self-directed leaners: Do we have what it takes? OT Australia 24th National Conference, Queensland.
  • Simmons Carlsson, C., Penman, M. (2010). CCFR objective writing 101: how to take the 'angst' out of it? New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops, Waitangi, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Penman, M., Hasselbusch, A. (2010). Enabling student participation in regular primary schools: Introducing a school-based occupational therapy practice framework. American Occupational Therapy Association 90th Annual Conference & Expo, Orlando, United States: American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
  • Clark, M., Gray, M., Penman, M., Thomas, Y., Trevan-Hawke, J., Smith, J., Bell, J. (2010). Near-misses and mistakes among new graduate occupational therapists in Australia and New Zealand. 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Lyttle, A., Penman, M. (2010). Online occupational therapy practice: What to consider when creating our place online. New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference 2010, Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Penman, M., Wright-St Clair, V., Hocking, C. (2010). Poster Presentations: Another way to communicate good practice. New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops, Waitangi, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Paterson, M., Robertson, L., Lysaght, R., Penman, M. (2010). Reflective learning in cyberspace: An international learning opportunity. 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Penman, M., Lai, K. (2010). The CCFR.. in reality a self-directed learning process. Do we have what it takes? New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference 2010, Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Burwash, S., Bodell, S., Hayward, C., Hook, A., Guetschow, J., Kashani, R. (2010). Using online technologies in occupational therapy practice: A participatory workshop for therapists. 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Kelly, O., Coburn, D., Hegarty, B., Jeffrey, L., Penman, M. (2009). Don't dilly dally on the way: Driving towards digital information literacy capability. 26th Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference ASCILITE 2009, Auckland: University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, ASCILITE.
  • Hasselbusch, A., Penman, M. (2009). School-based occupational therapy: Enabling student participation through collaborative consultation. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists 2009 Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Hasselbusch, A., Penman, M., Bundy, A. (2008). Collaborative consultation in school-based practice. A grounded theory perspective. College of Occupational Therapists 32nd Annual Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom: College of Occupational Therapists Ltd.
  • Chard, G., Henare, D., Penman, M. (2008). Delivering AMPS by distance learning: The New Zealand experience. 2008 INTERNATIONAL AMPS SYMPOSIUM “Measuring, Planning, and Implementing Occupation-based Programs�?, Halifax, Canada: Dalhousie University.
  • Penman, M. (2008). How can Web 2.0 tools be used by occupational therapists as a way of meeting their professional development needs? Eighth European and 53rd German Congress of Occupational Therapy, Hamburg, Germany: German Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Bodell, S., Penman, M., Hook, A., Wade, W., Berry, N. (2008). Is social networking/websites bringing occupational therapists together? College of Occupational Therapists 32nd Annual Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom: College of Occupational Therapists Ltd.
  • Chard, G., Henare, D., Penman, M. (2008). Learning the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS) by distance education. College of Occupational Therapists 32nd Annual Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom: College of Occupational Therapists Ltd.
  • Penman, M., Millsteed, J. (2008). Web 2.0 - A potential bridge for the theory-practice divide. Occupational Therapy Australia 23rd National Conference & Exhibition 2008, Melbourne, Australia: Australian Association of Occupational Therapists.

Other

  • Clark, M., Gray, M., Trevan-Hawke, J., Penman, M., Thomas, Y., Smith, J., Bell, J. (2008), "An examination of the new graduate and recent migrant occupational therapists perspectives on work preparedness, professional development and work environment issues", Rehabilitation Science, James Cook University, Townsville.

2016

  • Pollard, N., Lincoln, M., Penman, M., Nisbet, G. (2016). An Investigation into patient experiences and perceptions of communication encounters with allied health practitioners. 17th OTTAWA Conference, Perth, Australia.
  • Pollard, N., Lincoln, M., Penman, M., Nisbet, G. (2016). An Investigation into patient experiences and perceptions of diagnostic radiographers’ communication skills. 11th Annual Scientific Meeting of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Hamilton, A., Burwash, S., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S., Ledgerd, R., Pattison, M. (2016). Making connections and promoting the profession: social media use by World Federation of Occupational Therapy member organisations. Digital Health, in review.
  • Lam, M., Hines, M., Lowe (nee Thompson), R., Nagarajan, S., Nguyen, M., Power, E., Penman, M. (2016). Preparedness for eHealth: Health Sciences Students’ knowledge, skills and confidence. Journal of Information Technology Education, under review.
  • Dunne, M., Nisbet, G., Penman, M., McAllister, L. (2016). Reflective Teaching Strategies in Healthcare Student Placements: A Systematised Review. International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care, under review.
  • Hook, A., Bodell, S., Burwash, S., Jacobs, K., Penman, M., Hamilton, A. (2016). USING DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES TO TRANSFORM KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER: THE OT24VX EXPERIENCE. COTEC-ENOTHE 2016 conference.

2015

  • Wykes, M., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Barton, R., Penman, M., Villeneuve, M. (2015). Making quality simulation count in the real world. 5th ACU Simulation in Health Education Showcase (NSW/ACT).
  • Villeneuve, M., Barton, R., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Penman, M. (2015). Quality Simulation: A Focus on Professional Reasoning. 5th ACU Simulation in Health Education Showcase (NSW/ACT).
  • Barton, R., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Penman, M., Villeneuve, M. (2015). Scaffolding and SIMulated learning: developing professional reasoning skills in occupational therapy students. Occupational Therapy Australia's 26th National Conference and Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia: Occupational Therapy Australia.
  • Penman, M., Barton, R., Brentnall, J., Diaz, C., Villeneuve, M. (2015). SIMulated learning: learning well together in the 'unexpected' environment. 6th Asia Pacific Occupation Therapy Congress.
  • Nicole, M., Fairbrother, M., Nagarajan, S., Patrick (Blackford), J., Sheepway, L., Penman, M., McAllister, L. (2015). Student led services in a hospital aged care temporary stay unit: Sustaining student placement capacity and physiotherapy service provisions. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 16(4), 327-342.
  • Diaz, C., Villeneuve, M., Penman, M., Brentnall, J., Barton, R. (2015). The role of simulated fieldwork to “bridge�? theory and practice. Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE)/Asian Medical Education Association (AMEA) 2015 Joint Conference.
  • Penman, M., Sunderland, J., Frenchman, K. (2015). Using Technology for Diverse Modes of Learning : ‘The State of the Art’ and the ‘State of the Actual’ of Educational Technology. 6th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress (APOTC).

2014

  • Penman, M. (2014). A profession’s perceived challenges with the continuing competence framework – were occupational therapists ready to be self-directed learners? Health Regulatory Authorities of New Zealand inaugural conference.
  • Penman, M. (2014). Competent – to be, or not to be…that is the question!. Whakaora Ngangahau Aotearoa Occupational Therapy New Zealand, Blue Sapphire and Diamond Anniversary Symposium & Soiree.
  • Penman, M., Lai, K. (2014). Do we have what it takes? Investigating New Zealand occupational therapists' readiness to be self-directed learners. 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).
  • Vroman, K., Morris, K., Penman, M. (2014). How ready are first year occupational science students to be self-directed efficacious learners? 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).
  • Hook, A., Bodell, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Burwash, S., Jacobs, K. (2014). Online Technology for Occupational Therapy: blazing a new highway for the way we are ALL going to travel in the next era. World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) Bulletin, 69(1), 24-26. [More Information]
  • Burwash, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Hook, A., Bodell, S., Jacobs, K. (2014). The Coming of Age: A Model for Virtual Occupational Therapy Conferences. 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).
  • Penman, M., Rodger, S. (2014). Virtual and face-to-face learning communities: Exploring their value in building teaching and learning capacity among occupational therapy academics. 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT).

2013

  • Cook, B., Penman, M., Hamilton, A., Coolhaas, L., Sullivan, A., Phuah, T. (2013). Social Media in the contemporary CPD climate: why it is easier than you think to take advantage of these valuable learning opportunities. 25th National Occupational Therapy Australia Conference, Australia: Australian Occupational Therapy Journal.

2012

  • Burwash, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S. (2012). Learning with colleagues wearing PJs: Lessons from OT24VX. 92nd American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference (AOTA 2012), Indianapolis, United States: American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
  • Burwash, S., Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Jacobs, K., Hook, A., Bodell, S. (2012). Learning with global colleagues: Lessons from the occupational therapy virtual exchange. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference 2012, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Gray, M., Clark, M., Penman, M., Smith, J., Bell, J., Thomas, Y., Trevan-Hawke, J. (2012). New graduate occupational therapists feelings of preparedness for practice in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 59(6), 445-455. [More Information]
  • Yan, Y., Sinclair, K., Penman, M. (2012). Using social networking for professional development of occupational therapy throughout the People’s Republic of China. World Federation of Occupational Therapy Bulletin, 66, 47-49.

2011

  • Penman, M., Rodger, S. (2011). Creating social presence within virtual communities of practice. OT Australia 24th National Conference, Queensland.
  • Jeffrey, L., Hegarty, B., Kelly, O., Penman, M., Coburn, D., McDonald, J. (2011). Developing digital information literacy in higher education: Obstacles and supports. Journal of Information Technology Research, 10(1), 383-413.
  • Penman, M. (2011). Good Practice Guide 10: Using Social Networking Tools to Support Communities of Practice. In Rodger, S (Eds.), Good Practice Guides and Cases to Support Curriculum Development and Renewal in Occupational Therapy, (pp. 54-59). Strawberry Hill: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • Wilson, L., Penman, M., Robertson, L., Herkt, J., Robinson, R., Pettigrew, N. (2011). Learning from our colleagues. Scope: Learning and Teaching, November, 90-109.
  • Penman, M., Lai, K. (2011). Readiness to be self-directed leaners: Do we have what it takes? OT Australia 24th National Conference, Queensland.
  • Robinson, R., Penman, M. (2011). Viewing development through an occupational lens: Learning to handwrite. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 58(2), 23-29.

2010

  • Simmons Carlsson, C., Penman, M. (2010). CCFR objective writing 101: how to take the 'angst' out of it? New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops, Waitangi, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Hegarty, B., Penman, M., Kelly, O., Jeffrey, L., Coburn, D., McDonald, J. (2010). Digital Information Literacy: Supported Development of Capability in Tertiary Environments. Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago Polytechnic.
  • Penman, M., Hasselbusch, A. (2010). Enabling student participation in regular primary schools: Introducing a school-based occupational therapy practice framework. American Occupational Therapy Association 90th Annual Conference & Expo, Orlando, United States: American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
  • Hemmingsson, H., Penman, M. (2010). Making Children's Voices Visible: The School Setting Interview (SSI). Kairaranga, 11(1), 45-49.
  • Clark, M., Gray, M., Penman, M., Thomas, Y., Trevan-Hawke, J., Smith, J., Bell, J. (2010). Near-misses and mistakes among new graduate occupational therapists in Australia and New Zealand. 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Lyttle, A., Penman, M. (2010). Online occupational therapy practice: What to consider when creating our place online. New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference 2010, Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Penman, M., Wright-St Clair, V., Hocking, C. (2010). Poster Presentations: Another way to communicate good practice. New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Clinical Workshops, Waitangi, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Paterson, M., Robertson, L., Lysaght, R., Penman, M. (2010). Reflective learning in cyberspace: An international learning opportunity. 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Penman, M., Lai, K. (2010). The CCFR.. in reality a self-directed learning process. Do we have what it takes? New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists Conference 2010, Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Penman, M., Donnelly, C., Drynan, D. (2010). Using Information and Communication Technology in Fieldwork Education: Issues and Possibilities. In Lindy McAllister, Margo Paterson, Joy Higgs, Christine Bithell (Eds.), Innovations in Allied Health Fieldwork Education: A Critical Appraisal, (pp. 153-165). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Hamilton, A., Penman, M., Burwash, S., Bodell, S., Hayward, C., Hook, A., Guetschow, J., Kashani, R. (2010). Using online technologies in occupational therapy practice: A participatory workshop for therapists. 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Hamilton, A., Penman, M. (2010). Using Online Technology. In K. Stagnitti, A. Schoo and D. Welch (Eds.), Clinical and Fieldwork Placement in the Health Professions, (pp. 231-245). Oxford University Press.

2009

  • Bodell, S., Hook, A., Penman, M., Wade, W. (2009). Creating a learning community in today's world: How blogging can facilitate continuing professional development and international learning. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72(6), 279-281.
  • Kelly, O., Coburn, D., Hegarty, B., Jeffrey, L., Penman, M. (2009). Don't dilly dally on the way: Driving towards digital information literacy capability. 26th Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference ASCILITE 2009, Auckland: University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, ASCILITE.
  • Hasselbusch, A., Penman, M. (2009). School-based occupational therapy: Enabling student participation through collaborative consultation. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists 2009 Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.

2008

  • Clark, M., Gray, M., Trevan-Hawke, J., Penman, M., Thomas, Y., Smith, J., Bell, J. (2008), "An examination of the new graduate and recent migrant occupational therapists perspectives on work preparedness, professional development and work environment issues", Rehabilitation Science, James Cook University, Townsville.
  • Hasselbusch, A., Penman, M., Bundy, A. (2008). Collaborative consultation in school-based practice. A grounded theory perspective. College of Occupational Therapists 32nd Annual Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom: College of Occupational Therapists Ltd.
  • Chard, G., Henare, D., Penman, M. (2008). Delivering AMPS by distance learning: The New Zealand experience. 2008 INTERNATIONAL AMPS SYMPOSIUM “Measuring, Planning, and Implementing Occupation-based Programs�?, Halifax, Canada: Dalhousie University.
  • Penman, M. (2008). How can Web 2.0 tools be used by occupational therapists as a way of meeting their professional development needs? Eighth European and 53rd German Congress of Occupational Therapy, Hamburg, Germany: German Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Bodell, S., Penman, M., Hook, A., Wade, W., Berry, N. (2008). Is social networking/websites bringing occupational therapists together? College of Occupational Therapists 32nd Annual Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom: College of Occupational Therapists Ltd.
  • Chard, G., Henare, D., Penman, M. (2008). Learning the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS) by distance education. College of Occupational Therapists 32nd Annual Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom: College of Occupational Therapists Ltd.
  • Penman, M. (2008). The use of blogging to support professional learning. Health Care and Informatics Review Online, 12(2), 58-635.
  • Penman, M., Millsteed, J. (2008). Web 2.0 - A potential bridge for the theory-practice divide. Occupational Therapy Australia 23rd National Conference & Exhibition 2008, Melbourne, Australia: Australian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Hasselbusch, A., Penman, M. (2008). Working Together: An occupational therapy perspective on collaborative consultation. Kairaranga, 9(1), 24-31.

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