Impact of an occupation-based self-management programme on chronic disease management.
MeSHActivities of Daily Living
Quality of Life
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CitationImpact of an occupation-based self-management programme on chronic disease management. 2013, 60 (1):30-8 Aust Occup Ther J
JournalAustralian occupational therapy journal
AbstractThere is a need for the development and evaluation of occupational therapy interventions enabling participation and contributing to self-management for individuals with multiple chronic conditions. This pilot study aimed to assess the feasibility and potential impact of an occupation-based self-management programme for community living individuals with multiple chronic conditions.
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