EP 3: Trening med mening

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"Min medisin er fysisk aktivitet!". Dette slagordet stod på t-skjortene våre gjennom studietiden på fysioterapiutdanningen, og i lys av den kunnskapsmengden vi har i dag er det et slagord vi bør bære med stolthet. MEN; hvor godt kjenner vi den medisinen vi skriver ut? Hvor godt virker den, egentlig? Hvordan virker den? Hvordan øker vi sannsynligheten for at pasientene våre faktisk tar den?
I tillegg til å utdype spørsmålene over er "Trening med mening" episoden der vi spør oss; "Hva er meningen? Og, hvor finner vi den?".
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