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Heath, J. (2016)
Publisher: Austin Publishing Group
Languages: English
Types: Article
Accidents are inevitable but burn injuries can be traumatic and distressing for the affected individual and their family, with a prolonged period of recovery. In this short review, emotional difficulties in parents (particularly depression) as both an antecedent and a consequence of burn injuries to children will be discussed, as well as intervention considerations to help families to cope with such distress.
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