Chronic Physical Illness: Self-Management And Behavioural Interventions: Self Management and Behavioural Interventions

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Dec 1, 2008 - Social Science - 310 pages
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This groundbreaking book provides a much-needed overview of self-management in chronic physical illness. It provides the theoretical and conceptual background to self-management, as well as examining issues related to the delivery of self-management interventions in chronic illness.

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Part II Delivery
Part III Evaluation
Part IV Selfmanagement in Specific Conditions
Part V Conclusion
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Stanton Newman is Professor of Health Psychology and Head of the Centre for Behavioural and Social Sciences at University College London, UK.

Elizabeth Steed is a Chartered Health Psychologist working at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London, UK. In addition, she is an Honorary Research Associate at University College London, UK.

Kathleen Mulligan is a Chartered Health Psychologist and a Research Fellow at University College London, UK.

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