Translating Chronic Illness Research into Practice
Debbie Kralik, Barbara Paterson, Vivien Coates
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 5, 2010 - Medical - 224 pages
Translating Chronic Illness Research into Practice presents recent developments in chronic illness research and their implications for clinical practice. It delivers both a synthesis and a critique of current chronic illness research and its applications to chronic illness prevention, treatment and care. It promotes advances in knowledge about chronic illness, including discussion of the future directions for chronic illness research and gaps in present knowledge about effective chronic illness prevention, treatment and care.
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2 Transitional Processes and Chronic Illness
3 Translating Chronic Illness Research Across the Lifespan
4 Assisting People with Chronic Illness to Manage CoMorbid Conditions
5 Conceptualisation of SelfManagement
6 The Relevance of SelfManagement Programmes for People with Chronic Disease at Risk for DiseaseRelated Complications
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