Patient-perceived self-management tasks and support needs of people with chronic illness: generic or disease specific?

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BACKGROUND Self-management is widely accepted as an essential component of chronic care. Nevertheless, little is known about patients' perceptions of self-management. PURPOSE This study aims to explore which self-management tasks and support needs people with chronic illness perceive for themselves, and to establish whether these tasks and support needs… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12160-014-9649-0

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@article{Houtum2015PatientperceivedST, title={Patient-perceived self-management tasks and support needs of people with chronic illness: generic or disease specific?}, author={Lieke van Houtum and Mieke Rijken and Monique J.W.M. Heijmans and Peter P. Groenewegen}, journal={Annals of behavioral medicine : a publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine}, year={2015}, volume={49 2}, pages={221-9} }