Wicks A (2009) Viewing the world through an occupational lens and becoming an occupation-focused occupational therapist. Taiwan Journal of Occupational Therapy, 27 (2): 1-11.
Wicks A (2008) Into the mainstream: Making occupational science visible. Japanese Journal of Occupational Science, 1 (2): 6-16.
Wicks A (2008) Die internationalen Think Tanks der Occupational Science: Katalysatoren fur die weltweite Entwicklung der Occupational Science. The International Occupational Science Thinks Tanks: Catalysts for developing occupational science internationally. ergoscience, 3: 1–5.
Peer Reviewed Conference Papers
Fossa Wamba S and Wicks A (2010) RFID deployment and use in the dairy value chain: Applications, current issues and future research directions. Social Implications of Emerging Technologies. 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society. Wollongong. 7-9 June, 2010.
Swan P and Wicks A (2009) A model for sustaining an older workforce in local government. 23rd Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference. Melbourne. 1-4 December. ISBN: 1 86308 159 3.
Wicks A, Cambourne B, Collins R and de Roo M (2007) Reflections on community engagement for transforming praxis: Lessons from the Learning and Teaching Creatively Project. 4th Annual AUCEA Conference - The Scholarship of Community Engagement: Australia’s way forward. The Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance Inc, Victoria. 104-110. ISSN 1833-4482
Wicks A (2006) Do It Now: A project promoting participation in engaging occupations during retirement. In Diversity in Ageing: Paper submitted for peer review and presented to the 39th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, Australian Association of Gerontology, Sydney. 23-32. ISBN 0-9758311-1-x.
Wicks A (2005) Older women’s “ways of doing”: Strategies for successful ageing. In: Exploring the meaning of ageing - through research policy and practice. Paper submitted for peer review and presented to the 38th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, Australian Association of Gerontology, Sydney. 142-153. ISBN 0-9758310-0-3.
Books – author of chapters
Wicks A and Whiteford G (2005) Gender, occupation and participation. In Whiteford & Wright-St Clair (eds) Occupation and practice in context. Churchill Livingstone, Sydney: 197-212. ISBN: 0-13-013303-5
Mitcham M, Burik J and Wicks A (2005) An occupational therapy perspective. In Haight & Gibson (eds) Working with older adults: Group processes and techniques. Jones & Bartlett: 369-382. ISBN: 0-7637-4770-X (pbk)
Wicks A (2010) Understanding the occupational implications of a Koori development scholarship: A case study of the Fisheries Research Development Corporation Indigenous Training Scholarship Program at the Shoalhaven Marine and Freshwater Centre. Australasian Occupational Science Centre, University of Wollongong.
Wicks A (2009) Exploratory study of the feasibility of a new allied health program at Macquarie University. Centre for Health Service Development, University of Wollongong.
Wicks A (2006) Do It Now: Promoting participation in engaging occupations during retirement. Report on ‘Do It Now’, a project supported by the Australian Government’s Regional Partnership Programme, Shoalhaven Campus, University of Wollongong