family coping

family coping

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as family actions to manage stressors that tax family resources. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Strengthening Family Coping Resources: Intervention for Families Impacted by Trauma
Patients with negative beliefs regarding medicines, but who reported good marital adjustment and family coping were more likely to test their blood glucose; and if they reported low support from their partners were less likely to adhere to their prescribed diet.
This isn't another story of a relatively mild case: it tells of a family coping with debilitating autism, with a child who will never be cured--and it provides an important set of coping mechanisms within its moving memoir.
A story of a family coping and the desire for vengeance, "A Perfect Spring Day" is riveting and moving reading, highly recommended.
Learn the main psychosocial stressors of living with CF and individualize counseling based on the patient and family coping style, Dr.
Missing'' in New Mexico: Jenna and her mom recently returned from a five month shoot in Santa Fe and environs to shoot Ron Howard's latest about an 1800s plains family coping with the disappearance of older daughter Lily (played by Evan Rachel Wood).
The new series sees the family coping with fame and Ozzy's wife Sharon battling cancer.
The results of Middlebrook's (1987) study indicated that family coping was related to the outcome, and that coping strategies varied depending upon the source of stress encountered.
Specifically, it examined the relationship of selected demographic variables, family stressor events, and family coping strategies to three indicators of adolescent adaptation (individual stress, family stress, and family life satisfaction).
economic, psychological), the family's appraisal of the head injury, and family coping patterns designed to protect the family from breakdown and facilitate adjustment to head injury.
Written by Simmons and based on his own experiences, the 80-minute production about a family coping with the death of its patriarch runs through April 1 at the Coronet Theatre.
Woven into these chapters are practical suggestions on how health professionals can facilitate optimal family coping and functioning, during the dying process and beyond.