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Psychosocial services have been recommended for families of children with chronic illnesses to assist them in adjusting to the illness experience. However, little is known about the benefit of psychosocial interventions in clinical practice. This study aimed at evaluating the benefits of a...
In the United States, the most significant health disparities occur among members of the American Indian and Alaskan Native populations. Because their health beliefs, values, and cultural practices are learned within a family system, this study used a focused ethnography to explore American...
Care work by family and friends is recognized as a cornerstone of community-based care for older adults; however, the role of families in institutional-based care work has been less well understood and researched. Drawing on findings from a critical ethnographic study, this article aims to...
Few studies have explored how African American parents navigate breast cancer while parenting their school-age children. This focus-group study examined how African American parents cope with the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Three focus groups were conducted with nine African...
Emotions are contagious in couples. The purpose of this study was to analyze the manner in which adults with chronic heart failure (HF) and their informal caregivers influence each other’s self-care behavior and quality of life (QOL). A sample of 138 HF patients and spouses was enrolled from...
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