- Allerton C412
- T: 0161 295 2162
- E: E.J.Tickle@salford.ac.uk
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I work Monday, Wednesdays and Thursday; please see appointment schedule outside office if you would like to arrange to see me
Ellen Tickle is a lecturer at the University of Salford, and teaches on both the undergraduate and postgraduate programme for Occupational Therapy. Her interests include identifying social exclusion indicators and risk factors and how individuals can be achieve social inclusion, and the assessment of individuals to increase participation in activities to promote health and wellbeing.
Tickle, E & Davys, D & McKenna, J 2010, ' Is clinical updating a valuable mechanism for enhancing the student experience? ', The British Journal of Occupational Therapy, , 73 (5), pp.237-239.
Davys, D & McKenna, J & Tickle, E 2008, 'Peer observation in professional development: Occupational therapists¿ perceptions ', International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 15 (8), pp.358-363.
Other Journal Articles
Davys, D & Tickle, E 2008, 'Social inclusion and valued roles: a supportive framework ', International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation.