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Effect of Occupational Therapy Program to Promote Well-Being in People with Experiences of Mental Illness – Quasi-Experimental Study (2021)

Noguchi, T., Kyougoku, M., Kawakami, T., Nishimoto, Y. & Kashihara, K. (2021) Effect of occupational therapy program to promote well-being in people with experiences of mental illness – Quasi-experimental study, Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 37(4), 386-402.

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Well-being, as used in this study, was defined as a state of balance with the challenges faced in a good physical, mental, and social state, with or without illness. The aim of this study was to test the effectiveness of an occupational therapy (OT) ...

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Mental Health