Ann Allart Wilcock
Ann Allart Wilcock was Australian occupational scientist, academic. Registered state occupational therapist Registration Board South Australia, 1970. Fellowship, British College Occupational Therapists, 2003, Brunel University, England, 2004. Member of College Occupational Therapy.
Wilcock, Ann Allart Daughter of George Allart and Ellen Armstrong Ellison.
DipCOT, Derby School Occupational Therapy, England, 1961. BAppScOT, South Australian Institute of Technology, Adelaide, 1987. Graduate diploma in Public Health, University Adelaide, Australia, 1996.
Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health, University Adelaide, Australia, 1996. Doctor (honorary), University Derby, England, 2003. Diploma in Public Health, University Adelaide, Australia, 1996.
Occupational therapist Black Notley Hospital, Braintree, England, 1961—1962, Farnham Park Rehabilitation Center, Slough, England, 1962—1964. Senior occupational therapist Royal Newcastle Hospital, Australia, 1964—1972. Occupational therapist Royal Hobart Hospital, Australia, 1973—1976.
Lecturer senior lecturer University South Australian, Adelaide, 1976—1987, assistant professor head school, 1987—2001. Professor founding course coordinator Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, 2002—2004, professor, since 2005. Visiting professor Brunel University, London, 2001—2003.
Advisor moderator Doctor of Philosophy supervisor Auckland University of Technology, North Island, New Zealand, 1993—2004. Historian British Association Occupational Therapist, London, 1998—2002. Adjunct professor Charles Sturt University, Albury, New South Wales, 2001—2004, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, since 2002.
Registered state occupational therapist Registration Board South Australia, 1970.
Co-author (with P Jay and E Walker): (text book) Help Yourselves. A Handbook for Hemiplegics and their Families. Author: (textbook) Occupational Therapy Approaches to Stroke, (text books) An Occupational Perspective of Health 1st and 2nd editions, Occupation for Health: Volumes 1 and 2.
Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.
Member of College Occupational Therapy.
Writing, painting, table tennis.