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A therapeutic conversation of one family's experience in a traumatic house fire provides a springboard for discussion and illustrates the complexities of the family intervention known as a commendation. This intervention is one of the micromoves described in the Illness Beliefs Model....
The onset of life-threatening or chronic illness irrevocably changes the trajectory of the lives of individuals and their families. The beliefs held about the illness may affect the way individuals and family members cope with the illness as well as the illness itself. The illness beliefs model...
The purposes of this study were to describe perceptions of the division of diabetes self- and dependent-care responsibility among young adolescents and their parents in two-parent families and to examine the relationship of these perceptions to metabolic control of diabetes. Respondents were 31...
Many of the persistent problems in family measurement are due to inappropriate applications of theory, fuzzy conceptualizations of constructs, poor decisions regarding units of measurement, and disconnections between what researchers want to measure and how they operationalize their variables of...
This article represents an attempt to understand the family's experience of having a child admitted to a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and to identify the meanings that the family attributes to the experience of having a child in the PICU. The study used grounded theory as a research...
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