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"Moving on to an Open World": A Study of Participants' Experience in Meaningful Activities and Recovery (MA&R)
Occupational Therapy International
Background. Meaningful activities and Recovery (MA&R) is a peer coled occupational therapy intervention, to support occupational engagement among persons with psychiatric disabilities. Aim. To investigate participants' perspectives on how MA&R influenced occupational engagement and recovery processes. Material and Methods. A qualitative study with a phenomenological-hermeneutic design. Individual semistructured interviews were conducted with three women and ten men who had participated in MA&R.doi:10.1155/2022/7418667 pmid:36447938 pmcid:PMC9666040 fatcat:vpgonvwdnrbprbfkybt6p6uijy