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Empowering Patients with Persistent Pain Using an Internet-based Self-management Program
New strategies are needed to improve care for patients with persistent pain. Biopsychosocial models for pain treatments are effective, yet remain inaccessible, particularly for patients with limited resources and from ...
Psychosocial and Quality of Life Experiences of Jordanian Women with Breast Cancer
The psychosocial and health-related quality of life sequelae of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment is well documented in Western cultures. Knowledge gaps in the literature remain about the experiences of women with ...
The Experience of Student Nurses While Caring for Patients at Risk for Suicide
Suicide is a major public health problem worldwide. Evidence suggests that healthcare providers do not consistently screen, assess, and manage individuals at risk for suicide. In order for suicide prevention efforts to be ...