Experienced health, life satisfaction, sense of coherence, and coping resources in individuals living with heart failure.

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The purpose of this study was to explore relationships between experienced health, sense of coherence, coping resources, and life satisfaction in individuals living with heart failure. Twenty-two patients--12 men and 10 women--were included in the study. All subjects were admitted to a eight-week programme of aerobic training. Four questionnaires were used… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/11038120310016120

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@article{Gustavsson2003ExperiencedHL, title={Experienced health, life satisfaction, sense of coherence, and coping resources in individuals living with heart failure.}, author={Anna Gustavsson and Inga-Britt Br{\"a}{\"a}nholm}, journal={Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy}, year={2003}, volume={10 3}, pages={138-43} }