Psychological Care for Ill and Injured People: A Clinical Guide
Written in a tutorial style with an emphasis on clinical observation and case material that illustrates the psychological needs of patients and their partners, the book demonstrates that the neglect of psychological care for the ill and injured can undermine progress in treatment and recovery and increase medical costs. The need for urgent improvement is stressed.
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