Perspectives on Disability & Rehabilitation: Contesting Assumptions, Challenging Practice
Elsevier Health Sciences, 1. jan. 2006 - 258 sider
It explores issues that are central to rehabilitation, such as the nature of the body, the idea of independence, the rehabilitation process, evidence-based practice and client-centred practice. Seeking always to ground theoretical ideas in the realities of every-day rehabilitation practice, and drawing from a wealth of research evidence, the book continually examines the implications of these perspectives for the education, practice, service delivery, research and theoretical development of the rehabilitation professions.
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