Telephone-delivered problem-solving training after mild traumatic brain injury: Qualitative analysis of service members' perceptions.

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to identify the specific reasons for service members' satisfaction or dissatisfaction with problem-solving training (PST), telephone delivery, and other aspects of a telephone-delivered PST intervention in order to determine what might enhance this approach for future clinical use. METHOD Standard qualitative… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/rep0000077

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@article{Brockway2016TelephonedeliveredPT, title={Telephone-delivered problem-solving training after mild traumatic brain injury: Qualitative analysis of service members' perceptions.}, author={Jo Ann Brockway and Jef St De Lore and Jesse R. Fann and Tessa Hart and Samantha Hurst and Sara Fey-Hinckley and Jocelyn Savage and Michael W. Warren and Kathleen R Bell}, journal={Rehabilitation psychology}, year={2016}, volume={61 3}, pages={221-30} }