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Poststroke fatigue--a review.
- A. Lerdal, Linda N. Bakken, +4 authors H. S. Kim
- Journal of pain and symptom management
- 1 December 2009
Although fatigue is a common complaint after stroke, relatively little is known about how poststroke fatigue is experienced and what its related factors are. An in-depth understanding is necessary to… Expand
Screening for anxiety and depression after stroke: comparison of the hospital anxiety and depression scale and the Montgomery and Asberg depression rating scale.
- Ulrike Sagen, Tom Gunnar Vik, T. Moum, Tore Mørland, A. Finset, T. Dammen
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of psychosomatic research
- 1 October 2009
OBJECTIVE Anxiety and depression after stroke are frequent, but are often overlooked and not assessed. The aims of the study were to (1) assess the prevalence of anxiety and depression and (2)… Expand
Physical impairment, depressive symptoms and pre-stroke fatigue are related to fatigue in the acute phase after stroke
Purpose. The aim of this study was to describe prevalence of fatigue and its relationship with demographic and clinical variables during the first 2 weeks (acute phase) following a stroke. Method.… Expand
Life satisfaction and resilience in medical school – a six-year longitudinal, nationwide and comparative study
- Kari Kjeldstadli, R. Tyssen, +5 authors P. Vaglum
- Medicine, Psychology
- BMC medical education
- 19 September 2006
BackgroundThis study examined the relationship between life satisfaction among medical students and a basic model of personality, stress and coping. Previous studies have shown relatively high levels… Expand
A new, brief questionnaire (PEQ) developed in primary health care for measuring patients' experience of interaction, emotion and consultation outcome.
BACKGROUND A deepened understanding of patients' perspectives is essential in order to improve medical communication. By changing focus from patient satisfaction to patient experiences, more… Expand
Long-term multidimensional functional consequences of severe multiple injuries two years after trauma: a prospective longitudinal cohort study.
BACKGROUND The assessment of outcome after multiple injuries in a rehabilitation perspective is increasingly important in trauma research. The purpose of this study was to assess functioning and… Expand
Mandates of Trust in the Doctor–Patient Relationship
- Helge Skirbekk, A. Middelthon, P. Hjortdahl, A. Finset
- Qualitative health research
- 15 April 2011
We examine the conditions for trust relationships between patients and physicians. A trust relationship is not normally negotiated explicitly, but we wanted to discuss it with both patients and… Expand
A Smartphone-Based Intervention With Diaries and Therapist-Feedback to Reduce Catastrophizing and Increase Functioning in Women With Chronic Widespread Pain: Randomized Controlled Trial
- Ólöf Birna Kristjánsdóttir, E. Fors, +5 authors H. Eide
- Journal of medical Internet research
- 1 January 2013
Background Internet-based interventions using cognitive behavioral approaches can be effective in promoting self-management of chronic pain conditions. Web-based programs delivered via smartphones… Expand
Cues and concerns by patients in medical consultations: a literature review.
The aim of the current article is to review the peer-reviewed research literature on cues and concerns published between 1975 and 2006. To be included, articles had to report observational studies… Expand
Coding patient emotional cues and concerns in medical consultations: the Verona coding definitions of emotional sequences (VR-CoDES).
- C. Zimmermann, L. Del Piccolo, +17 authors A. Finset
- Psychology, Medicine
- Patient education and counseling
- 1 February 2011
OBJECTIVE To present the Verona Coding Definitions of Emotional Sequences (VR-CoDES CC), a consensus based system for coding patient expressions of emotional distress in medical consultations,… Expand