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Hundens betydelse inom arbetsterapin : - Hur hundar kan främja och motivera till meningsfulla aktiviteter

  title={Hundens betydelse inom arbetsterapin : - Hur hundar kan fr{\"a}mja och motivera till meningsfulla aktiviteter},
  author={Cia Ahlgren Kvist and Linda Karlsson},
Syftet var att beskriva hur arbetsterapeuter arbetar i aktivitet med vard- och terapihund och upplevd nytta med detta. Metoden som valdes var en kvalitativ induktiv ansats med semistrukturerade int ... 


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