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The objectives of this study were to inquire into notions of health among a group of 439 Swedish occupational therapists and to test a model derived from a qualitative study by Björklund & Svensson with a representative sample of occupational therapists in Sweden. The data were collected through...
Aim: The aim of this study was to describe the reflections on practice in a group of Swedish occupational therapists in psychiatric care in order to illuminate the present practice and ideas about the future using a Delphi survey of three rounds. Material and method: The sample consisted of 14...
The aim of this study was to explore what individuals who have been on sick leave experienced as important in the process of returning to work, moving to long-term sick leave, or receiving a disability pension. Grounded Theory was used for interpreting interviews with 15 people who had been on...
The aim of this exploratory study was to gain an understanding of occupational aspects of homelessness and of the transition from homelessness. Data were collected through narrative interviews of two formerly homeless women recovering from drug addiction. Data were analyzed using a constant...
Background. The basic aim of spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation is to help patients return to a life worth living. It is therefore important that the staff at spinal units and rehabilitation centres understand how the patients experience their rehabilitation and their adjustment process to...
The aim of this study was to describe life satisfaction prospectively in patients with early rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and to investigate its correlation with disease activity. The early RA group was compared with RA patients with longstanding disease and with a reference group. Gender...
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