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Dr Nathan Wilson

Doctor

Fields of research

  • Public Health and Health Services

Publications

A1 - Book

  • Roger J. Stancliffe, Nathan J. Wilson, Nicolette Gambin, Christine Bigby, Susan Balandin 2013, Transition to Retirement: A Guide to Inclusive Practice, Sydney University Press, Sydney, N.S.W., ISBN 9781743323274

B1 - Book Chapter

  • Helen M. Bourke-Taylor, Marina Ciccarelli, Nathan J. Wilson, Reinie Cordier, Annie O'Connell, Daniel Lowrie, Clarissa Adriel, Daniel Clohesy 2017, Emerging professional practice areas, in Occupational Therapy in Australia: Professional and Practice Issues, eds Brown, Ted, Bourke-Taylor, Helen, Isbel, Stephen, Cordier, ReinieAllen & Unwin, Crows Nest, N.S.W., pp. 280-295, ISBN 9781925266634

C1 - Journal Article

Grants

  • 2018 Achieve Australia Clinical Review Project Nathan Wilson; The Centre for Disability Studies Limited.
  • 2017 Living with type 1 diabetes and intellectual disability: Towards a self-management intervention that fosters inclusion and participation in society Nathan Wilson, Anne Marks, Yu-Wei Chen, Angus Buchanan, Reinie Cordier; Endeavour Foundation.
  • 2017 Men's Shed Mentoring Project Nathan Wilson, Benjamin Milbourn, Angus Buchanan, Reinie Cordier; Curtin University.
  • 2017 Underpinning the development of future intellectual and developmental disability nursing standards Nathan Wilson, Peter Lewis, Michele Wiese, Kate O'Reilly; Professional Association of Nurses in Developmental Disability, Australia.
  • 2016 Enhancing capacity of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder to use public transportation Nathan Wilson, Hoe Lee, Sharmila Vaz, Reinie Cordier, Karen Haas, Debra Costley; Autism CRC Ltd.
  • 2016 Improving independence in driving for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder Nathan Wilson, Hoe Lee, Sharmila Vaz, Reinie Cordier; Autism CRC Ltd.
  • 2012 Sexuality during Transition to Adulthood: framing the tension between unwanted risks and promoting a healthy sexuality Nathan Wilson; Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability.