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BACKGROUND According to the existential philosophers, meaning, purpose and choice are necessary for quality of life. Qualitative researchers exploring the perspectives of people who have experienced health crises have also identified the need for meaning, purpose and choice following life disruptions. Although espousing the importance of meaning in(More)
Introduction Although qualitative research methods have only recently been included in occupational therapy curricula, they are being embraced by those researchers who recognise both their utility in exploring many of the issues that are of relevance and importance to clients and the profession and their congruence with client-centred philosophy (Hammell(More)
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