psychosocial resources

psychosocial resources,

n.pl emotional and cognitive states including self-esteem, optimism, and self-mastery that may affect behavior and health.
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Now that all follow-up data from the trial has been collected, future reports on this study will focus on patient outcomes, including overall psychological distress, depression, anxiety, functional disability and use of psychosocial resources.
moms just as much as Bolivians, and it applies to psychosocial resources just as much as food supply.
Stress, psychosocial resources, and depressive symptomatology during pregnancy in low-income, inner-city women.
Nursing facilities must consider factors such as the availability of high-capacity specialty equipment, treatment modalities, staffing needs, safety requirements, psychosocial resources, and other age-related amenities all of which can place an additional financial strain on the organization.
The purpose of this study was to examine the psychosocial resources that predict adjustment to disability in African Americans who are disabled.
This finding suggests that resources such as income and educational level may not be as important as psychosocial resources in accounting for adjustment to disability with the present sample.
Founded in 2006 as the LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance, the membership of Critical Mass has grown to include non-profits, professional societies, clinical and research institutions, government agencies, and patient advocacy groups, all working together in support of the mission to improve survival rates and quality of life for young adults, and to ensure their access to the best, most appropriate medical and psychosocial resources.
The Magellan Healthyroads([R]) Program fully integrates the psychosocial resources of the EAP with lifestyle health and wellness tools to provide a comprehensive program that supports health for the total person and focuses on behavioral change across the health care continuum.
As a result, there is a growing need to link patients and families to a broad range of psychosocial resources that will help them face the psychological, social, spiritual and physical aspects of cancer.
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