South African Journal of Occupational Therapy

The South African Journal of Occupational Therapy (SAJOT) is the official Journal of the Occupational therapy Association of South Africa and is a leading publication for research into occupational therapy in Africa. SAJOT publishes and disseminates research articles that contribute to the scientific knowledge of the profession and its outcomes with particular reference to service delivery in Africa. It provides a platform for debate about issues relevant to OT in Africa which will also contribute to the development of the profession worldwide.

Authors wishing to publish in SAJOT should access the information about publishing in SAJOT by clicking on the ABOUT section of the Journal, scrolling to the submissions subsection and reading the Author Guidelines.

The team managing the articles consists of the following members:

Marjorie Concha - Editor

Dain Van der Reyden - Assistant Editor

Neeltje Smit - Assistant Editor

The articles published in the following editions of SAJOT can be found in pdf format by clicking on the Archives section and clicking on the relevant journal volume:

Vol 40, No 3, 2010; Vol 41, Nos 1 - 3, 2011;  Vol 42, No 1 and No 2, 2012.



Please note : members of OTASA can log on to OTASA site (see link above) and access the full text of the articles published in Vol 41 Nos 1-3 2012 as well as the most recent journal ie Vol 43 No1 2013. Log on using you OTASA user name and password.


Vol 44, No 2 (2014): South African Journal of Occupational Therapy

Table of Contents

Editorial Comment

Editorial Comment
Marjorie Concha 1

Articles

Patterns of sensory integration dysfunction in children from South Africa
Annamarie van Jaarsveld, Zoe Mailloux, Susanne ASmith Roley, Jacques Raubenheimer 2-6
Experiences of mothering drug-dependent youth: influences on occupational performance patterns
Lisa Wegner, TeriLee Arend, Raagiema Bassadien, Zulfa Bismath, Lauren Cross 6-11
The prevalence of burnout amongst therapists working in private physical rehabilitation centres in South Africa: a descriptive study
Theresa Du Plessis, Surona Visagie, Gubela Mji 11-16
Barriers and strategies to increase research involvement of South African occupational therapists
Hanlie Pitout 17-21
In-hand manipulation in four-and five-year-old children: translation, rotation and shift movements
Marieta Visser, Mariette Nel, Juanne de Vries, Erina Klopper, Kabi Ol├źn, Johanette van Coller, Karmen Nadine Heimes 22-28
Co-morbidities of hearing loss and occupational therapy in preschool children
Varsha Sewpersad 28-32


ISSN 0038-2337 (print), ISSN 2310-3833 (online)