March of Dimes Paul J.J. Martin Early Career Professorship
Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
Nalder, E., Fleming, J., Cornwell, P., & Foster, M. (2012). Linked lives: The experiences of family caregivers during the transition from hospital to home following traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, 13(1), 108 – 122. doi: 10.1017/BrImp.2012.4.
Nalder, E., Clark, A., Anderson, N., & Dawson, D. (2015). Clinicians’ perceptions of the clinical utility of the Multiple Errands Test for adults with neurological conditions. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Advance online publication.
Nalder, E., Fleming, J., Foster, M., Cornwell, P., Shields, C., & Khan, A. (2012). Identifying factors associated with perceived success in the transition from hospital to home after brain injury. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 27, 143 – 153. doi: 10.1097/htr.0b013e3182168fb1.
Fleming, J., Nalder, E., Alves-Stein, S., & Cornwell, P. (2014). The effect of environmental barriers on community integration following moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 29(2), 125-35. doi: 10.1097/HTR.0b013e318286545d.
- Cognitive rehabilitation
- Acquired Brain Injury
Instrumental Activity of Daily Living Profile: Developing an uncued scoring method, Vanessa Pereira & Stephanie Britto (MScOT) in progress co-supervising with Dr. Deirdre Dawson.
Evaluating Performance Efficiency for the Baycrest Multiple Errands Test, Stacey Melo & Brittney Dumouchelle (MScOT), in progress co-supervising with Dr. Deirdre Dawson.
Exploring the experiences of financial management independence in those with traumatic brain injury, Kathryn Koller & Lindsay Woods (MScOT), 2014 co-supervised with Dr. Deirdre Dawson.
Community integration outcomes, Evaluation & implementation of tele-rehabilitation, Transitions and the life course, Psychosocial adjustment following acquired brain injury, Ecologically valid assessment, Psychosocial influences on participation and rehabilitation.
Nalder, E. (2015, Februrary). Brain Injury and Aging, Keynote Speaker: Brain Injury Services Toronto Speaker Series, Toronto, Canada.
Nalder, E., & Chui, A. (2015, March). Active ingredients of therapeutic interventions- perspectives of individuals with ABI and family members receiving meta-cognitive strategy training, Rotman Research Rounds, Toronto, Canada.
Nalder, E., & Fleming, J. (2012, September). Research and higher study in Australia. Invited presentation: Coventry University, occupational therapy research symposium, Coventry, United Kingdom.
Fleming, J., & Nalder, E. (2012, March). Determinants of successful transition for individuals with acquired brain injury and their family caregivers. Report from an Australian Research Council funded project, Queensland government department of communities, Brisbane, Australia.