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The experience of families of children with persistent middle ear problems supports the notion that when families become empowered, they manage their own health more effectively. Findings from the present study indicate that families engage in predictable processes of acquiescing, helpless...
Resident learning in ambulatory care settings requires the adaptation of clinical skills acquired from work on inpatient services. In this observational study, several ways in which a group of internal medicine residents adapted to the stress of clinical work were documented. The quantity and...
A descriptive, as contrasted with a prescriptive, model of biomedical decision making is presented. The ethnographic method, widely used in anthropology, is advocated as a means of eliciting this level of data. Several vignettes are presented to illustrate the complex texture of medical thought...
The response of women addicts to the threat of AIDS is reported in this article. Data were derived from the AIDS section of broad-scale ethnographic interviews with 30 patients in a New York City comprehensive care program and supplemented by interviews with 10 staff members. All of the women...
The purpose of this study was to understand the process of caregiving from the perspective of a group of family caregivers of relatives suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Grounded theory was used to elicit caregiver's experiences. Multiple unstructured interviews were conducted with 10 family...
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