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Totally Changed, Yet Still the Same
Bariatric surgery provides sustainable weight loss and increased quality of life for most, but not all patients. To increase the knowledge of this complex patient group and their needs duringExpand
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Re-embodying Eating : Patients ’ Experiences 5 Years After Bariatric Surgery
Health experts advise and expect patients to eat healthily after bariatric surgery. For patients, difficulties with eating might have been a long-standing, problematic part of life—a part that is notExpand
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Translating weight loss into agency: Men's experiences 5 years after bariatric surgery
Fewer men than women with severe obesity undergo bariatric surgery for weight loss, and knowledge about men's situation after surgery, beyond medical status, is lacking. Our aim was to explore men'sExpand
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Living a successful weight loss after severe obesity
ABSTRACT Purpose: Losing weight and keeping it off for the long term is difficult. Weight regain is common. Experiences of successful non-surgical weight loss after severe obesity are largelyExpand
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An Experientially Derived Model of Flexible and Intentional Actions for Weight Loss Maintenance After Severe Obesity
Background Knowledge about non-surgical weight loss (WL) is scarce among people with severe obesity (SO). Lifestyle changes are primarily self-driven, occasionally accompanied by professionalExpand
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Being recognised as a whole person: A qualitative study of inpatient experience in mental health
Abstract Few studies address the many challenges that are faced by staff and patients in the inpatient mental health context. In particular, there is a lack of research that explores first-handExpand
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Translating weight loss into agency: Men's experiences 5 years after bariatric surgery
Fewer men than women with severe obesity undergo bariatric surgery for weight loss, and knowledge about men's situation after surgery, beyond medical status, is lacking. Our aim was to explore men'sExpand
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Moving Toward Connectedness – A Qualitative Study of Recovery Processes for People With Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental health disorder estimated to affect 1–2% of the general population. As a group, people with BPD endure a high degree of suffering, often leading toExpand
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Contradictory experiences of safety and shame in inpatient mental health practice - a qualitative study.
This study explores the lived experience of hospitalisation from the perspective of people with a mental health disorder. This hermeneutic-phenomenological study, which forms part of a largerExpand
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