Measurement of preference for information in U.S. and Korean cardiac catheterization patients.

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Seeking information is a common coping strategy of patients facing a stressful event. Persons differ, however, in how much information they want to help them in their coping process. Research-based practice related to patients' preferences for information is hampered by the lack of reliable, valid, and clinically useful instruments to measure preference for… (More)

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