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|Author||Müllersdorf M., Ivarsson A.B.
|Title||Use of Creative Activities in Occupational Therapy Practice in Sweden|
Müllersdorf M., Ivarsson A.B.; Use of Creative Activities in Occupational Therapy Practice in Sweden ;Occupational Therapy International vol:19 issue: 3 page:127.0
|Keywords||Creative activities; Occupational therapy; Web survey
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|Abstract||The aim of this study was to describe the prevalence of creative activities in occupational therapy in Sweden and how often Swedish occupational therapists use creative activities as a means of intervention. A web-mail survey was sent to 2975 Swedish occupational therapists working in health care at regional, county council or primary health care level, and those working in vocational rehabilitation. A total of 1867 (63%) answered the questionnaire and showed that 44% did use creative activities as a means of intervention and most often by practitioners working in psychiatric health care. The most commonly used form of creative activity was arts and crafts followed by gardening. This web-mail survey was based on a limited amount of items regarding creative activities. Further research should focus on in-depth inquiries about how occupational therapists and their patients perceive the use of creative activities as a means of treatment in occupational therapy. © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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