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Reports /Occasional Papers in Disability & Rehabilitation

 

The Occasional Papers in Disability & Rehabilitation series is published by the Disability and Rehabilitation Research Group at the Department of Health and Welfare Studies (Faculty of Health and Society, Malmö University). The aim of the paper series is to disseminate research results and communicate progression reports (not published elsewhere) within the field of disability and rehabilitation research. Contributions from a variety of disciplines and theoretical perspectives are welcome. Please contact the editor for more information.
Each submitted manuscript is primarily assessed by the editor. Thereafter, one or two reviewers/commentators are appointed, and an open seminar held. After the seminar, the manuscript is reviewed by the author(s) before finally being accepted for publication. The views expressed in the OPDR series are those of the individual authors. All rights remain with the respective author. Papers are published on the Malmö University Electronic Publishing, MUEP, Malmö University’s open access repository (http://www.mah.se/muep)

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  • Ansvar och kontroll : levd erfarenhet av ljudmiljöer hos personer med... fulltext
    Alftberg, Åsa : Department of Health and Welfare Studies, Faculty of Health and Society, Malmö University 
    Occasional Papers in Disability & Rehabilitation;2015:1 (2015)
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  • Toward an Instrument for Measuring the Performance of Collaboration a... fulltext
    Danermark, Berth; Germundsson, Per; Englund, Ulrika : Department of Health and Welfare Studies, Faculty of Health and Society, Malmö University 
    Occasional Papers in Disability & Rehabilitation;2013:1 (2013)
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  • Högskoleexamen – möjlighet eller rättighet? Studenter med funktionsne... fulltext
    Larsdotter Frid, Hanna; Krantz, Oskar : Malmö University, Faculty of Health and Society, Department of Health and Welfare Studies 
    Occasional Papers in Disability & Rehabilitation;2012:1 (2013)
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