Religious Coping and Physiological, Psychological, Social, and Spiritual Outcomes in Patients with HIV/AIDS: Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Findings

@article{Trevino2007ReligiousCA,
  title={Religious Coping and Physiological, Psychological, Social, and Spiritual Outcomes in Patients with HIV/AIDS: Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Findings},
  author={Kelly M Trevino and Kenneth I. Pargament and Sian Cotton and Anthony C. Leonard and June Hahn and Carol Ann Caprini-Faigin and Joel Tsevat},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={14},
  pages={379-389}
}
The present study investigated the relationships between positive religious coping (e.g., seeking spiritual support) and spiritual struggle (e.g., anger at God) versus viral load, CD4 count, quality of life, HIV symptoms, depression, self-esteem, social support, and spiritual well-being in 429 patients with HIV/AIDS. Data were collected through patient interview and chart review at baseline and 12–18 months later from four clinical sites. At baseline, positive religious coping was associated… CONTINUE READING
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