The recognition of a symptom is needed to initiate a decision to engage in a behavior to ameliorate the symptom. Yet, a surprising number of individuals fail to detect symptoms and delay in addressing early warnings of a health problem.

Riegel, B., De Maria, M., Barbaranelli, C., Matarese, M., Ausili, D., Stromberg, A., et al. (2022). Symptom Recognition as a Mediator in the Self-Care of Chronic Illness. FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, 10 [10.3389/fpubh.2022.883299].

Symptom Recognition as a Mediator in the Self-Care of Chronic Illness

De Maria, Maddalena;Matarese, Maria;Vellone, Ercole;
2022

Abstract

The recognition of a symptom is needed to initiate a decision to engage in a behavior to ameliorate the symptom. Yet, a surprising number of individuals fail to detect symptoms and delay in addressing early warnings of a health problem.
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Rilevanza internazionale
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Esperti anonimi
Settore MED/45
English
chronic disease
chronic illness
interoception
mediation analysis
self-care
self-management
symptom perception
symptom recognition
Chronic Disease
Cross-Sectional Studies
Humans
Referral and Consultation
Health Personnel
Self Care
Riegel, B., De Maria, M., Barbaranelli, C., Matarese, M., Ausili, D., Stromberg, A., et al. (2022). Symptom Recognition as a Mediator in the Self-Care of Chronic Illness. FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, 10 [10.3389/fpubh.2022.883299].
Riegel, B; De Maria, M; Barbaranelli, C; Matarese, M; Ausili, D; Stromberg, A; Vellone, E; Jaarsma, T
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