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Chronic Illness , Psychosocial Coping with

@inproceedings{Mannea2004ChronicI,
  title={Chronic Illness , Psychosocial Coping with},
  author={S. Mannea},
  year={2004}
}
  • S. Mannea
  • Published 2004
Improvements in health care technologies and treatments have resulted in increased life expectancies and improved disease management potential for individuals with chronic illnesses. To a great degree, quality of life may be determined by the ways they deal with the illness. Thus, identifying effective ways of coping with these diseases may lead to the development of efficacious interventions. Since 1980 there has been a substantial amount of research devoted to understanding the relation… Expand
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