Abstract

Date Presented 04/6/21

This qualitative study illuminated components and intersections of cognitions, behaviors, and social environments that characterized and influenced the recovery process after distal radius fracture. Findings highlight the need for strategies to restructure clients' beliefs and change behaviors to promote health. Incorporating social cognitive elements as part of a holistic psychosocial perspective may be one way of demonstrating OT's value in musculoskeletal rehabilitation.

Primary Author and Speaker: Brocha Z. Stern

Contributing Authors: Farzaneh Yazdani, Tove Carstensen, and Tore Bonsaksen

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