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    Steen, Caroline Steen
    Linköping University, Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning, Disability Research.
    Motivationens betydelse för rehabilitering: - vårdpersonals erfarenhet och uppfattning om motivation i rehabiliteringsprocessen2018Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Stroke can cause physical, mental, cognitive and emotional difficulties and disabilities. Rehabilitating inadequate functions is the beginning of an extensive process that requires support and motivation from people around the world.

    Aim: From the perspective of healthcare professionals, factors that motivate and positively affect rehabilitation are investigated and described. 16 people who all work with rehabilitation of stroke patients participated.

    Method: With a survey, the staff's perception and views of the importance of the rehabilitation plan and factors influence the motivation. The questions are divided into 5 themes: Rehabilitation plan, goals, success factors, motivation and motivational factors. The study examines whether there is a significant difference between motivation and rehabilitation in relation to the most important goals that are thought to be hygiene, go and eat.

    Result: The rehabilitation plan is considered an important tool for mapping needs but also motivating the patient. Hygiene, eating and walking are stated as the most common goals. Happy and positive staff are expected to have a major impact on motivation. The family is also considered to have a major impact on rehabilitation while its own interest is less important. According to the study, there is no significant correlation between motivation and rehabilitation within the goals of hygiene, walking and eating.

    Conclusion: A rehabilitation plan based on patient needs increases internal motivation and thus also the ability to see its active role and be receptive to external motivation.

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