Professional issues for physiotherapists in family-centred and community-based settings.

@article{Litchfield2002ProfessionalIF,
  title={Professional issues for physiotherapists in family-centred and community-based settings.},
  author={Rachael Litchfield and Colin MacDougall},
  journal={The Australian journal of physiotherapy},
  year={2002},
  volume={48 2},
  pages={105-12}
}
This paper reports results from a qualitative study of physiotherapists in a community-based and family-centred setting in which a growing awareness of the family-centred approach accompanied the transition from an institutional structure to a predominantly community-based structure. The goal was to gain insight into how a family-centred philosophy was working and to explore the benefits and dilemmas for physiotherapists in such a setting. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 10… CONTINUE READING

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