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Integrative and instrumental reminiscence therapies for depression in older adults: Intervention strategies and treatment effectiveness
Reminiscence has been identified as an important contributor to adaptation in later life by gerontologists, developmental theorists and clinical practitioners. Despite its wide acceptance as anExpand
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What types of reminiscence are associated with successful aging?
To resolve the controversy regarding the adaptive benefits of reminiscence, the study was conducted to investigate what types of reminiscence are associated with successful aging. On the basis ofExpand
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Communication and language challenges experienced by Chinese and South Asian immigrant parents of children with cancer in Canada: Implications for health services delivery
Language is an important aspect of health literacy and plays a vital role in families' ability to access and use health information and resources. Our study explored the role of communication andExpand
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Psychosocial outcomes 1–7 years after comprehensive milieu-oriented neurorehabilitation: The role of pre-injury status
Primary objective: To explore pre-injury variables related to post-discharge psychosocial status and identify factors related to work and driving outcomes. Methods and procedures: Ninety-threeExpand
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A Taxonomy of Reminiscence and Therapeutic Implications
This paper reviews the literature on the adaptive benefits of reminiscence therapy and concludes that the inconsistent findings are primarily due to failure to specify the different types ofExpand
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Cultural Beliefs and Coping Strategies Related to Childhood Cancer
The purpose of this study is to describe cultural beliefs and coping strategies related to dealing with childhood cancer identified through a qualitative study of the caregiving experiences ofExpand
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Understanding the health impact of caregiving: a qualitative study of immigrant parents and single parents of children with cancer
PurposeResearch looking at the health of parents of children with cancer typically uses outcome measures focused on symptoms of anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress. Our team builds on thisExpand
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Immigrant to Canada, newcomer to childhood cancer: a qualitative study of challenges faced by immigrant parents
Background: Given the increasing numbers of immigrant families in Canada, it is imperative that healthcare providers (HCPs) understand the caregiving experiences of immigrant family caregivers. OurExpand
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Stigmas and Silos: Social Workers' Accounts of Care for People With Serious Mental Illness and Cancer
The purpose of this study was to better understand the processes of care for people living with serious mental illness who are diagnosed with cancer, from the perspectives of social workers.Expand
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