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Barry Trentham

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles 

1. Trentham, B. L., & Neysmith, S. M. (2017). Exercising senior citizenship in an ageist society through participatory action research: A critical occupational perspective. Journal of Occupational Science, 1-17. (re-submitted to JOS after significant reframing July, 2017)
2. McGrath, C., Laliberte-Rudman, D., Polgar,, Spafford, M J, & Trentham, B. (2016). Negotiating ‘positive’ aging in the presence of age-related vision loss: The shaping and perpetuation of disability. Journal of Aging Studies, 39, 1-10.
3. Hunt, A., Le Dorze, G., Trentham, B., & Dawson, D. (2015). Elucidating a goal-setting continuum in brain injury rehabilitation. Qualitative Health Research 25(8) 1044–1055 (Trainee, publication, Hunt (doctoral)). Coauthor
4. Trentham B, Sokoloff S, Tsang A, Neysmith S.(2015) Social media and senior citizen advocacy: an inclusive tool to resist ageism? Politics, Groups and Identities. 3(3), 558–571 Principal Author.
5. O’Brien KK, Solomon P, Trentham B, MacLachlan D, MacDermid J, Tynan AM, Baxter L, Casey A, Chegwidden W, Robinson G, Tran T, Wu J, Zack E. Evidence-informed recommendations in rehabilitation for older adults living with HIV: A knowledge synthesis. BMJ Open. 2014 May;4(5). Available from: http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/4/5/e004692.full.pdf+html. Coauthor or Collaborator.
6. Trentham B, Dunal L. Identifying occupational performance issues with older adults: Therapists’ perspectives. Can J Occup Ther. 2009 Dec;76(5):326-34.
7. Trentham B, Cockburn L, Cameron D, Iwama M. Diversity and inclusion within an occupational therapy curriculum. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. 2007 Dec;54(s1):S49-57.
8. Trentham B, Cockburn L, Shin J. Health promotion and community development: An application of occupational therapy in primary health care. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health. 2007;26(2):53-70.
9. Sedgwick A, Cockburn L, Trentham B. Occupational therapy and mental health in Canada 1930-1950: Emergence of a profession. Can J Occup Ther. 2007;74(6):407-14.
10. Kirsh B, Trentham B, Cole S. Diversity in occupational therapy: Experiences of consumers who identify themselves as minority group members. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. 2006 Dec;53(4):302-13 (Trainee publication, Cole S).
11. Cockburn L, Trentham B. Participatory action research: integrating community occupational therapy practice and research. Can J Occup Ther. 2002 Feb;69(1):20-30.

NON-PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters

1.    Rigby P, Trentham B, Letts L. Modifying performance contexts (Chapter 29). In: B. Schell, G. Gillen & M. Scaffa, editor(s). Willard and Spackman’s Occupational Therapy. Special Centennial Edition. Philadelphia (United States): Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2017 (in press).
2. Rigby P, Trentham B, Letts L. Modifying performance contexts (Chapter 29). In: B. Schell, G. Gillen & M. Scaffa, editor(s). Willard and Spackman’s Occupational Therapy. 12th edition. Philadelphia (United States): Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2014. p. 364-381.
3. Trentham B, Cockburn L. Occupational therapy in community health centres. In: M. Thew, M. Edwards, M. Molineux, & S. Baptiste, editor(s). Role Emerging Occupational Therapy: Maximising Occupation Focused Practice. Oxford: Blackwell Wiley; 2011. p. 97-110. Invited chapter.
4. Trentham B., & Cockburn L. Meaningful occupation and health. In: N. Thapa-Gorder & S. Boight-Radloff, editor(s). Occupational Therapy in Prevention and Health Promotion. Stuttgart (Germany); 2010. p. 33-45. Invited chapter. Translated into German language.
5. Townsend E, Trentham B, Clark J, Dubouloz-Wilner C, Pentland W, Doble S, Laliberte-Rudman D. Enabling individual change (Chapter 5). In: E. Townsend & H. Polatajko, editor(s). Enabling Occupation II: Advancing an Occupational Therapy Vision for Health, Well-being & Justice through Occupation. Ottawa (Ontario): CAOT Publications ACE; 2007. p. 135-151.
6. Townsend E, Cockburn L, Letts L, Thibeault R, Trentham B. Enabling social change (Chapter 6). In: E. Townsend & H. Polatajko, editor(s). Enabling Occupation II: Advancing an Occupational Therapy Vision for Health, Well-being & Justice through Occupation. Ottawa (Ontario): CAOT Publications ACE; 2007. p. 153-171.
7. Polatajko H, Davis J, Cantin N, Dubouloz-Wilner C, Trentham B. Occupation-based practice: The essential elements (Chapter 8). In: E. Townsend & H. Polatajko, editor(s). Enabling Occupation II: Advancing an Occupational Therapy Vision for Health, Well-being & Justice through Occupation. Ottawa (Ontario): CAOT Publications ACE; 2007. p. 203-227.
8. Trentham B, Cockburn L. Participatory action research: Creating new knowledge and opportunities for occupational engagement. Volume 1: Learning From The Spirit of Survivors. In: F. Kronenberg, S. Algado & N. Pollard, editor(s). Occupational Therapy Without Borders. 1. Oxford: Elsevier Science; 2005. p. 440-444.

Multimedia 

1. Tsang A, Jabbari A, Trentham B. The seniors’ movement. Care Watch Toronto, Jan 2014. [Educational video]. Senior Responsible Author.
2. Tsang A, Jabbari A, Trentham B. What is ageism? Voices of senior citizens and their advocates. Care Watch Toronto, Jan 2014. [Educational video] Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxWSy5MoCx0Senior Responsible Author.
3. Tsang A, Jabbari A, Trentham B. Life history of political activist Beatrice Levis. Care Watch Toronto, Jan 2014. [Educational video]. Senior Responsible Author.
4. Trentham B, Neysmith S, Tsang A, Sokoloff S, and the Care Watch Toronto Social Action Committee. Advocacy Brochure on Ageism. 2013.
5. Trentham B, Tran T, & Marianchuck J. Meaningful places and physical spaces. Educational video on impacts of HIV and aging on social engagement. (Video edited by W. Brown), 2012.

Magazine Entries 

1. Beagan B, Carswell A, Merritt B, & Trentham B. Diversity among occupational therapists: Lesbian, gay, bisexual and queer (LGBQ) experiences. OT Now. 2012 Jan;14(1):11-12.
2. Trentham B. The value of oral histories to the occupational therapy profession. OT Now. 2011 Jan;13(1):14-16.
3. Trentham B. Life storytelling occupations, social participation and aging. OT Now. 2007 Sep;9(5):23-26. Invited author for Sense of Doing column.
4. Trentham B. OT then: Stories from our past: Why are all these women dressed up? OT Now. 2006 Mar;8(2):32.
5. Cockburn L, Friedland J, Davis J, Clark M, Trentham B, Brackley C, Baptiste S, & McDonald H. OT Then: Stories from our past. OT Now. 2006 Jan;8(1):32.
6. Trentham B. Diffident no longer: Building structures for a proud profession: CAOT in the 1980’s. OT Now. 2001 Sep;3 (5):3-7.

Online Resources 

1. Trentham B., Cockburn, L. Occupational Transitions and Inclusive Communities (OTIC) Lab Website: Co-Development and updating of OTIC website. Available at: http://oticlab.utoronto.ca/
2. Burdzy S, Sokoloff S, Neysmith S, Trentham B, & the Care Watch Social Action Committee. Ageism. Care Watch Toronto; 2014 May. #1 in a series of 4 1-page flyers addressing themes of ‘ageism’. Knowledge translation tool. Available from: www.carewatchtoronto.org. Principal Author.
3. Burdzy S, Sokoloff S, Neysmith S, Trentham B, & the Care Watch Social Action Committee. What’s in a name? Senior citizens naming and (re)claiming ourselves. Care Watch Toronto; 2014 May. #2 in a series of 4 1-page flyers addressing themes of ‘ageism’. Knowledge translation tool. Available from: www.carewatchtoronto.org. Principal Author.
4. Burdzy S, Sokoloff S, Neysmith S, Trentham B, & the Care Watch Social Action Committee. Passing. Care Watch Toronto; 2014 May. #3 in a series of 4 1-page flyers addressing themes of ‘ageism’. Knowledge translation tool. Available from: www.carewatchtoronto.org. Principal Author.
5. Burdzy S, Sokoloff S, Neysmith S, Trentham B, & the Care Watch Social Action Committee. Supportive homecare. Care Watch Toronto; 2014 May. #4 in a series of 4 1-page flyers addressing themes of ‘ageism’. Knowledge translation tool. Available from: www.carewatchtoronto.org. Principal Author.
7. Trentham B, Neysmith S, Tsang A, Sokoloff S, & the Care Watch Toronto Social Action Committee. Care Watch blog. 2013. Available from: http://carewatch.tumblr.com/.
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