Extension du domaine de la crise: la question de l'intrusion de la maladie
|Published in||Revue médicale suisse. 2010, vol. 6, no. 236, p. 347-352|
|Abstract||The passage to ambulatory care of a patient with a long hospital stay due to a wrenching disease is not something obvious. The doctor and the care staff will have to take up the challenge of dealing with an important amount of care. The quality of life of the patient and his caregivers is influenced by the neuropsychiatric disorders, the illness intrusiveness and the depression that come along with them. The chronic disease intruding causes a crisis in their lives. In order to better evaluate these factors we are using the Illness Intrusiveness Rating Scale developed by Devins. This article addresses the high complexity of clinical situations handled in an environment of rehabilitation care with the support of the consultants, nurses and doctors, of the liaison psychiatry.|
|Keywords||*Crisis Intervention — Family — Female — Humans — Interpersonal Relations — Male — Personal Autonomy — *Quality of Life — Sexual Behavior — Stroke/*psychology/*rehabilitation|
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|Research group||Amnésie (289)|
|DUFOUR, O. et al. Extension du domaine de la crise: la question de l'intrusion de la maladie. In: Revue médicale suisse, 2010, vol. 6, n° 236, p. 347-352. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:20451|