Women are at greater risk of becoming chronically ill and going on sick leave, which can have significantly negative consequences, both health-wise and economically. There has been very little research examining the challenges these women must face, and how these challenges can be addressed in rehabilitation. This lack of knowledge is problematic from an ethical, justice, and care perspective, says Lidén.

For the study, researchers combined two proven methods of rehabilitation: garden therapy (Green Rehab) and job coaching (Supported Employment).

An initial measure of the women’s experienced quality of life showed that……

To finish reading the article, click here.