Variations in How Physiotherapists Understand Their Work on Organizational and Societal Levels
Physiotherapy research international : the journal for researchers and clinicians in physical therapy 2011 Jun; 16(2): 101-8
Many physiotherapists have moved from treating persons on individual and group levels to working in different service positions on organizational and societal levels within healthcare organizations. The present study has investigated how physiotherapists working on those levels understand their job. The aim of the study was to describe variations in physiotherapists' understanding of their work on organizational and societal levels within healthcare organizations. The research question was: how do physiotherapists understand their work on organizational and societal levels?
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