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Living With a Mentally Ill Parent
  • M. Trondsen
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Qualitative health research
  • 1 February 2012
Although a considerable body of research has described the implications of parental mental illness, the perspectives of children and adolescents have rarely been addressed. In this article, I exploreExpand
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The empowered patient and the sociologist
The empowered patient is a near ubiquitous ideal in contemporary health care. In health professional literature as well as in public policy and debates involving patient organizations, the need toExpand
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Patients Who Use E-Mediated Communication With Their Doctor: New Constructions of Trust in the Patient-Doctor Relationship
The introduction of information and communication technology (ICT) into the patient-doctor relationship represents a significant change in modern health care. Communication via computers—e-mediatedExpand
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Communal Normalization in an Online Self-Help Group for Adolescents With a Mentally Ill Parent
Although implications of parental mental illness are well documented, most children of mentally ill parents are left to manage their family situation with limited information and support. We exploredExpand
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[Patient-physician interaction over the internet].
BACKGROUND Nearly half of the Norwegian population claim that they would like to use the internet to communicate with their general practitioner. A web-based system complying with Norway's strictExpand
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The dual role of the action researcher.
This article aims to provide more insight into advantages and challenges of conducting action research with the intention to improve health care. Action research is distinctive in the sense that theExpand
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VIDEOCARE: Decentralised psychiatric emergency care through videoconferencing
BackgroundToday the availability of specialists is limited for psychiatric patients in rural areas, especially during psychiatric emergencies. To overcome this challenge, the University Hospital ofExpand
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Managing Everyday Life: A Qualitative Study of Patients’ Experiences of a Web-Based Ulcer Record for Home-Based Treatment
Chronic skin ulcers are a significant challenge for patients and health service resources, and ulcer treatment often requires the competence of a specialist. Although e-health interventions areExpand
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Video-confidence: a qualitative exploration of videoconferencing for psychiatric emergencies
BackgroundIn psychiatric emergencies in rural areas the availability of psychiatrists are limited. Therefore, tele-psychiatry, via real-time videoconferencing (VC), has been developed to provideExpand
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Usefulness of videoconferencing in psychiatric emergencies -- a qualitative study
High quality health services for psychiatric emergencies are difficult to maintain 24 h a day in sparsely populated areas, where the availability of specialists are limited. To overcome thisExpand
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