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(p. 341) Helping Patients Cope with Chronic Medical Illness 

(p. 341) Helping Patients Cope with Chronic Medical Illness
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(p. 341) Helping Patients Cope with Chronic Medical Illness
Author(s):

Carol D. Goodheart

and Korey K. Hood

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199845491.003.0071
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date: 22 September 2017

Chapter 71 explores helping patients to cope with chronic medical illness and common themes among models of psychological intervention, such as obtaining medical information, assessing the response to illness and psychological status, integrating theoretical orientation and illness, considering pathways and desired outcomes, offering a menu of interventions, and facing the personal impact of working with chronically ill adults.

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