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Antoine Bailliard

Associate Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgery, Occupational Therapy

Selected Publications


Predictors of Population Mental Health in Montana: An Occupational Justice Perspective.

Journal Article OTJR (Thorofare N J) · February 18, 2024 Population-level analyses can demonstrate occupational injustices and their impact on population health. The objective of this article is to examine whether population-level occupational factors are related to the mental health of Montanans. We used linear ... Full text Link to item Cite

Meaningful Occupation and Resilience among Older U.S. Veterans: A Mixed Methods Study

Journal Article Occupational Therapy in Mental Health · January 1, 2024 Background: Research on the factors that promote the health of older veterans is limited. Purpose: To explore the relationships between military service, occupational participation, resilience and successful aging for older U.S. military veterans. Method: ... Full text Cite

Positive Experiences of Psychosis: A Review

Journal Article Occupational Therapy in Mental Health · January 1, 2024 Experiences of psychosis, including auditory and visual hallucinations, are pathologized and stigmatized within healthcare settings and societies at large (particularly Anglo-European cultures). Yet, positive experiences of psychosis have been documented i ... Full text Cite

Occupational justice

Chapter · 2024 The updated 14th edition presents a more realistic and inclusive focus of occupational therapy as a world-wide approach to enhancing occupational performance, participation, and quality of life. ... Cite

Polysensoriality and Aesthetics: The Lived Sensory Experiences of Adults with Mental Illness.

Journal Article Can J Occup Ther · March 2023 Background. Research in neuroscience shows that adults with schizophrenia or related psychotic disorders experience atypical sensory processing (e.g., deficits in sensory gating and mismatch negativity). Despite significant evidence proving these biomarker ... Full text Link to item Cite

A live community growing together: Communal occupation of a senior center welcoming Spanish-speaking elders

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2023 The percentage of Latinx immigrants over the age of 65 in the United States is expected to more than double within the next 30 years. These elders face particular health and occupational disparities emerging from a transaction of individual and sociocultur ... Full text Cite

From embodiment to emplacement: Toward understanding occupation as body-mind-environment

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2023 Participation in occupation is an integrated and holistic mind/body experience. However, research and theory development on human action and occupational participation tend to be limited by mind/body dualisms which separate the mind from the body when stud ... Full text Cite

An international consensus definition for contextual factors: findings from a nominal group technique.

Journal Article Front Psychol · 2023 OBJECTIVE: Emerging literature suggests contextual factors are important components of therapeutic encounters and may substantially influence clinical outcomes of a treatment intervention. At present, a single consensus definition of contextual factors, wh ... Full text Link to item Cite

Tiny Homes Are Huge for People Living With Serious Mental Illness

Journal Article Research on Social Work Practice · October 1, 2022 Purpose: A formative evaluation examined the acceptability and feasibility of tiny homes for people living with serious mental illness (SMI). Methods: The evaluation included four focus groups with people with SMI and service providers (n = 28) and eight o ... Full text Cite

Identifying Predictors of Momentary Negative Affect and Depression Severity in Adolescents with Autism: An Exploratory Ecological Momentary Assessment Study.

Journal Article J Autism Dev Disord · January 2022 Depression is a common comorbidity in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Little is known about risk factors for depression and depressive symptoms in this population. Ecological momentary assessment (EMA) has been used in the typically developing population t ... Full text Link to item Cite

Liminal Space of First-Episode Psychosis: Health Management and Its Effect on Social Participation.

Journal Article Am J Occup Ther · November 1, 2021 IMPORTANCE: Managing health requires extensive time and effort, especially in the early stages of a new illness. Although important, health management occupations contribute to treatment burden, disrupt engagement in other occupations, and galvanize the in ... Full text Link to item Cite

Occupational Reflection as Intervention in Inpatient Psychiatry.

Journal Article Am J Occup Ther · September 1, 2021 IMPORTANCE: The recovery model in mental health involves person-driven care and informed decision making to enhance engagement in meaningful activities and inclusion in society. To facilitate the recovery process, occupational therapy practitioners must su ... Full text Link to item Cite

A communal perspective of occupation: Community change in a senior center welcoming Spanish-speaking immigrants

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2021 Occupational scientists across the globe are increasingly attending to social change and its connection to occupation and communities. The discipline is actively studying the role of communal everyday doing in social movements, community development, and s ... Full text Cite

Laying low: Unmasking the contributions of science and education to racism

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2021 Full text Cite

Predictors of Population Mental Health in Montana: An Occupational Justice Perspective.

Journal Article OTJR (Thorofare N J) · February 18, 2024 Population-level analyses can demonstrate occupational injustices and their impact on population health. The objective of this article is to examine whether population-level occupational factors are related to the mental health of Montanans. We used linear ... Full text Link to item Cite

Meaningful Occupation and Resilience among Older U.S. Veterans: A Mixed Methods Study

Journal Article Occupational Therapy in Mental Health · January 1, 2024 Background: Research on the factors that promote the health of older veterans is limited. Purpose: To explore the relationships between military service, occupational participation, resilience and successful aging for older U.S. military veterans. Method: ... Full text Cite

Positive Experiences of Psychosis: A Review

Journal Article Occupational Therapy in Mental Health · January 1, 2024 Experiences of psychosis, including auditory and visual hallucinations, are pathologized and stigmatized within healthcare settings and societies at large (particularly Anglo-European cultures). Yet, positive experiences of psychosis have been documented i ... Full text Cite

Occupational justice

Chapter · 2024 The updated 14th edition presents a more realistic and inclusive focus of occupational therapy as a world-wide approach to enhancing occupational performance, participation, and quality of life. ... Cite

Polysensoriality and Aesthetics: The Lived Sensory Experiences of Adults with Mental Illness.

Journal Article Can J Occup Ther · March 2023 Background. Research in neuroscience shows that adults with schizophrenia or related psychotic disorders experience atypical sensory processing (e.g., deficits in sensory gating and mismatch negativity). Despite significant evidence proving these biomarker ... Full text Link to item Cite

A live community growing together: Communal occupation of a senior center welcoming Spanish-speaking elders

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2023 The percentage of Latinx immigrants over the age of 65 in the United States is expected to more than double within the next 30 years. These elders face particular health and occupational disparities emerging from a transaction of individual and sociocultur ... Full text Cite

From embodiment to emplacement: Toward understanding occupation as body-mind-environment

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2023 Participation in occupation is an integrated and holistic mind/body experience. However, research and theory development on human action and occupational participation tend to be limited by mind/body dualisms which separate the mind from the body when stud ... Full text Cite

An international consensus definition for contextual factors: findings from a nominal group technique.

Journal Article Front Psychol · 2023 OBJECTIVE: Emerging literature suggests contextual factors are important components of therapeutic encounters and may substantially influence clinical outcomes of a treatment intervention. At present, a single consensus definition of contextual factors, wh ... Full text Link to item Cite

Tiny Homes Are Huge for People Living With Serious Mental Illness

Journal Article Research on Social Work Practice · October 1, 2022 Purpose: A formative evaluation examined the acceptability and feasibility of tiny homes for people living with serious mental illness (SMI). Methods: The evaluation included four focus groups with people with SMI and service providers (n = 28) and eight o ... Full text Cite

Identifying Predictors of Momentary Negative Affect and Depression Severity in Adolescents with Autism: An Exploratory Ecological Momentary Assessment Study.

Journal Article J Autism Dev Disord · January 2022 Depression is a common comorbidity in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Little is known about risk factors for depression and depressive symptoms in this population. Ecological momentary assessment (EMA) has been used in the typically developing population t ... Full text Link to item Cite

Liminal Space of First-Episode Psychosis: Health Management and Its Effect on Social Participation.

Journal Article Am J Occup Ther · November 1, 2021 IMPORTANCE: Managing health requires extensive time and effort, especially in the early stages of a new illness. Although important, health management occupations contribute to treatment burden, disrupt engagement in other occupations, and galvanize the in ... Full text Link to item Cite

Occupational Reflection as Intervention in Inpatient Psychiatry.

Journal Article Am J Occup Ther · September 1, 2021 IMPORTANCE: The recovery model in mental health involves person-driven care and informed decision making to enhance engagement in meaningful activities and inclusion in society. To facilitate the recovery process, occupational therapy practitioners must su ... Full text Link to item Cite

A communal perspective of occupation: Community change in a senior center welcoming Spanish-speaking immigrants

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2021 Occupational scientists across the globe are increasingly attending to social change and its connection to occupation and communities. The discipline is actively studying the role of communal everyday doing in social movements, community development, and s ... Full text Cite

Laying low: Unmasking the contributions of science and education to racism

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2021 Full text Cite

Women's Experiences After Ovarian Cancer Surgery: Distress, Uncertainty, and the Need for Occupational Therapy.

Journal Article The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association · May 2020 ImportanceDespite the growing literature on the association of functional, physical, and quality-of-life (QOL) deficits with poor postoperative outcomes, there is a gap in the literature identifying women's occupational performance needs after ova ... Full text Cite

Things people do: Toward a comprehensive understanding of human occupations

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · April 2, 2020 Full text Cite

Doing Occupational Justice: A Central Dimension of Everyday Occupational Therapy Practice.

Journal Article Can J Occup Ther · April 2020 BACKGROUND.: The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) state that occupational justice is part of the domain of occupational therapy and that occupational justice is "an aspect of co ... Full text Link to item Cite

How Responsiveness From a Communication Partner Affects Story Retell in Aphasia: Quantitative and Qualitative Findings.

Journal Article Am J Speech Lang Pathol · February 7, 2020 Purpose Because people with aphasia (PWA) frequently interact with partners who are unresponsive to their communicative attempts, we investigated how partner responsiveness affects quantitative measures of spoken language and subjective reactions during st ... Full text Link to item Cite

Understanding the moral economics of occupational engagement

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 2, 2020 Occupational science scholars continue to debate the conceptualization of and processes related to occupational engagement. Despite active acknowledgement of the hierarchical and situated nature of occupational engagement, there is a paucity of evidence re ... Full text Cite

Dual-Task Effects on Story Retell for Participants With Moderate, Mild, or No Aphasia: Quantitative and Qualitative Findings.

Journal Article J Speech Lang Hear Res · June 19, 2019 Purpose The aims of the study were to determine dual-task effects on content accuracy, delivery speed, and perceived effort during narrative discourse in people with moderate, mild, or no aphasia and to explore subjective reactions to retelling a story wit ... Full text Link to item Cite

The Inescapable Corporeality of Occupation: Integrating Merleau-Ponty into the Study of Occupation

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · April 3, 2018 Since the time of Descartes, western science has tended to separate and prioritize the mind over the body when studying human behavior. Consequently, the corporeal dimension of human activity is often overlooked in studies of participation in meaningful oc ... Full text Cite

The relationship of macro and micro processes in Merleau-Ponty: A response to Cutchin

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · April 3, 2018 Cutchin’s commentary on Bailliard, Carroll, and Dallman (2018) posed the question “how can/should the micro and macro be related so that they are viewed as part of the same processes of occupation and life?” (p. 238). This response engages Cutchin’s questi ... Full text Cite

Linking Neuroscience, Function, and Intervention: A Scoping Review of Sensory Processing and Mental Illness.

Journal Article Am J Occup Ther · 2017 PURPOSE: Sensory approaches to mental illness are increasingly prominent in occupational therapy. Despite indicators of efficacy, a paucity of literature supports these approaches. This article provides a scoping review of research on the relationship betw ... Full text Link to item Cite

Occupational justice in everyday occupational therapy practice

Chapter · November 11, 2016 Revision of: Occupational therapy without borders / Frank Kronenberg, Salvador Simao Algado, Nick Pollard. 2005. ... Cite

Constructing undesirables: A critical discourse analysis of 'othering' within the Protecting Canada's Immigration System Act

Journal Article International Migration · April 1, 2016 Immigration policy in Canada has recently shifted, reflecting changes in other Western countries. We studied the discursive constructions of forced migrants within Bill C-31 "Protecting Canada's Immigration System Act" and its associated Backgrounder docum ... Full text Cite

Justice, Difference, and the Capability to Function

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 2, 2016 Promoting occupational justice is a complex endeavor riddled with potential pitfalls. To avoid causing unintentional harm and articulate their relevance to collaborators, it is important for occupational scientists to continuously deepen their philosophica ... Full text Cite

Video methodologies in research: unlocking the complexities of occupation.

Journal Article Can J Occup Ther · February 2015 BACKGROUND: Video methods are used by numerous academic disciplines researching human action. Occupational therapists and scientists have primarily employed video data to enumerate subcomponents of occupational behaviour, to conduct reliability tests, and ... Full text Link to item Cite

Habits of the Sensory System and Mental Health: Understanding Sensory Dissonance.

Journal Article Am J Occup Ther · 2015 OBJECTIVE: In occupational therapy, research has studied sensory function predominantly in relation to sensory disorders. There is a gap in the literature exploring how sensory experiences affect mental health. This study sought to provide a phenomenologic ... Full text Link to item Cite

Laying low: Fear and injustice for latino migrants to smalltown, USA

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · October 1, 2013 Latinos migrate to Smalltown (pseudonym), USA in search of the American Dream. Instead, they face an oppressive situation in which they struggle to make ends meet. This paper presents focused findings from an ethnographic study with a migrant Latino commun ... Full text Cite

The embodied sensory experiences of latino migrants to smalltown, North Carolina

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · June 10, 2013 Latino migration to the United States has substantially increased in past decades. This paper presents findings from an ethnographic study with the migrant Latino community of Smalltown (pseudonym), North Carolina. Analyses of participant observations and ... Full text Cite

Ethnography and the transactional study of occupation

Chapter · March 1, 2013 Studying occupation from a transactional perspective calls for a focus on the relationships that constitute the situation of occupation. In this chapter we discuss the fit of ethnographic processes and the transactional perspective. We propose that the eth ... Full text Cite

Action theories for occupational science: The contributions of Dewey and Bourdieu

Journal Article Journal of Occupational Science · January 1, 2008 Occupational scientists have argued that occupation implies action, but they have not produced sufficient analyses of action theories as potential bases for understanding occupation. We describe this situation and the corresponding need to theorize action ... Full text Cite