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There is a growing body of research showing that cancer impacts upon the sexuality of informal carers in a couple relationship with a person with cancer. However, this research is primarily focused on partners of a person with gynaecological or breast cancer, within a framework where the...
This article uses case study data to discuss how a new procurement policy (Local Improvement Finance Trust, or LIFT) in English primary care may affect general practitioners’ control over their work. LIFT, a series of 51 public—private partnerships, will enable over the medium term a shift...
Patients with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) are often considered to be strictly confined to thinking about their symptoms as having only a physical etiology. However, several studies have shown, that the patients also apply other explanations for their sufferings. The aim of this study is...
The purpose of the present study was to examine whether exposure to the suffering of unknown persons, as an inevitable part of life, influences cognitions about health. Our assumption was that exposure to suffering affects cognitions in a negative way, as well as this influence being exerted...
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