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Research on the positive and negative events experienced by parents with acquired physical disabilities is limited, and research on their children's experiences is even rarer. Thus, with this project the author merged stress-and-coping research with the social model of disability to develop two...
This study examines the association of relationship factors with distress among first-degree female relatives (FDFRs; n = 540) of newly diagnosed breast cancer patients (n = 306). Cancer factors (receiving chemotherapy, positive nodes) and relationship factors (more contact, greater emotional...
Managing the progress of medical students through their curriculum can be a complex ordeal. That ordeal can become even more challenging when a student finds herself in severe academic difficulty, compounded by the presence of bad advice. “Lana” tells the story of a young medical student who...
These comments reflect on the two poems in this issue of Families, Systems & Health, “What it Takes” by Ted McMahon, MD, and “A Small Triumph” by Howard Stein, PhD. They make us think about families, theirs and ours, in new and moving ways.
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