Body, strength and movement - intensive care patients' experience of body

@inproceedings{Fredriksen2008BodySA,
  title={Body, strength and movement - intensive care patients' experience of body},
  author={Sven-Tore Dreyer Fredriksen and Anne Grethe Talseth and Tommy Svensson},
  year={2008}
}
This study is about intensive care patients' experience of strength, body and movement during critical illness in an intensive care unit. The aim of the study is to inquire and understand the ways the body and its experience appear when the phenomena of strength and movement are altered. The data were collected through in-depth interviews with seven patients and analysed from a phenomenological-hermeneutical point of view. The findings showed a body that refuses to cooperate and is often… CONTINUE READING

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