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    • The ambivalence of losing weight after bariatric surgery 

      Warholm, Christine; Øien, Aud Marie; Råheim, Målfrid (Co-Action Publishing, 2014-01-29)
      This study is grounded in a phenomenological lifeworld perspective. It aims at providing rich descriptions of lived experience of the process of losing weight after obesity surgery. Two women participated in in-depth ...
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    • Å komme til seg selv – i bevegelse, sansning og forståelse 

      Sviland, Randi; Råheim, Målfrid; Martinsen, Kari (Dansk Psykologisk Forlag, 2009)
      I dette essayet fortolkes Trygve Braatøys tanker om nervøse og psykosomatiske lidelser i lys av Løgstrups sansefilosofi. Braatøy beskrev muskulære belastninger som vevd sammen med følelsesmessige belastninger, og ...
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    • Cancer worry among Norwegian male BRCA1/2 mutation carriers 

      Strømsvik, Nina; Råheim, Målfrid; Gjengedal, Eva (Springer, 2011-09)
      This qualitative study explored the experiences of Norwegian men after being identified as BRCA 1/2 mutation-positive. Only limited knowledge is available on this topic; therefore, the aim of this study was to gain ...
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    • Creating the Simulated Patient Through Dialogue: An Approach Based on Bakhtin’s Dialogical Thinking 

      Jacobsen, Torild; Råheim, Målfrid; Rasmussen, Bjørn (The Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, Griffith University, 2010)
      Simulated patients (SP) are being used in medical communication training worldwide. The character of an SP will be trained in advance. However, the dialogue with the student is never fully predictable. The aim of this ...
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    • Hvis ikke kropp og psyke - hva da? Holdning og bevegelse i selvutfoldelse og tilbakeholdelse 

      Sviland, Randi; Martinsen, Kari; Råheim, Målfrid (Norsk fysioterapeutforbund, 2007-12)
      Norwegian psychomotor physiotherapy exists between medicine and psychology, in a culture with long traditions of separating soma and psyche. This separation is a problem for developing know-ledge and performing clinically ...
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    • Re-embodying Eating: Patients’ Experiences 5 Years After Bariatric Surgery 

      Natvik, Eli; Gjengedal, Eva; Moltu, Christian; Råheim, Målfrid (SAGE, 2014-08-25)
      Health experts advise and expect patients to eat healthily after bariatric surgery. For patients, difficulties with eating might have been a long-standing, problematic part of life—a part that is not necessarily healed by ...
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    • A skin disease, a blood disease or something in between? An exploratory focus group study of patients' experiences with porphyria cutanea tarda 

      Andersen, Janice; Gjengedal, Eva; Sandberg, Sverre; Råheim, Målfrid (Wiley, 2014-11-27)
      Background Porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT) is characterized by fragile skin with blistering on sun-exposed areas. Symptoms typically develop in late adulthood and can be triggered by iron overload, alcohol intake, oestrogens ...
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    • Språk – uttrykk for inntrykk 

      Sviland, Randi; Råheim, Målfrid; Martinsen, Kari (Dansk Psykologisk Forlag, 2010)
      I dette essayet undersøkes Braatøys1 tanker om språk i lys av Løgstrups2 sansefilosofiske perspektiv på språket. Løgstrup arbeidet med distinksjoner, som er å sette en forskjell, dvs. å beskrive det forskjellige i det ...
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    • Striving for a life worth living: stroke survivors’ experiences of home rehabilitation 

      Taule, Tina; Strand, Liv Inger; Skouen, Jan Sture; Råheim, Målfrid (Wiley, 2015)
      Background: For mild-to-moderate stroke survivors, early supported discharge from hospital, followed by home rehabilitation is preferred over conventional care. How this mode of service contributes to recovery from ...
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    • Translating weight loss into agency: Men’s experiences 5 years after bariatric surgery 

      Natvik, Eli; Gjengedal, Eva; Moltu, Christian; Råheim, Målfrid (Co-Action Publishing, 2015-06-09)
      Fewer men than women with severe obesity undergo bariatric surgery for weight loss, and knowledge about men's situation after surgery, beyond medical status, is lacking. Our aim was to explore men's experiences with life ...
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