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In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in shifting the focus of clinical practice with families from a deficit to a strengths-based perspective. The concept of individual and family strengths is a central concept of the McGill Model of Nursing, yet there has been little...
Parents living with a child or adolescent with a chronic condition experience wide-ranging demands and an increased risk of health problems. Their social support resources serve as a protective factor and can help to moderate the health effects of stressful situations associated with caregiving....
The subjective burden that occurs in family caregivers of patients diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) may be related to specific caregiver attributes. In a sample of 138 family caregivers of 138 patients diagnosed with COPD, Black caregivers experienced less burden than...
Nurses make choices about how to situate themselves in relation to the people they encounter in clinical practice. In this article, the notion of resisting the view of the “nurse as expert” is offered as a caution against some of the ways that professional values and practices of experts can...
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