The hidden benefit of group education for people with arthritis

Julie H. Barlow, Lesley A. Cullen, B. Williams, S. Davis

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Abstract

Group education in health-care settings is becoming more widely utilized in the UK. Although little is known about the process of participation, there is increasing evidence that simply being with and sharing experiences with others provides benefits for patients.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)38-41
JournalBritish Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation
Volume4
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1997

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Bibliographical note

Lesley Cullen has subsequently changed her name to Lesley Powell.
Journal has subsequently been renamed 'International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation' in 2003. All previous articles are listed under this title on the journal webpage.
As required by the publisher, this article may be used for personal reading only. For any other use, please contact Olivia Wood at the publisher’s office - olivia.wood@markallengroup.com for permission

Keywords

  • arthritis
  • self-management
  • evaluation
  • group education
  • psychosocial aspects

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Barlow, J. H., Cullen, L. A., Williams, B., & Davis, S. (1997). The hidden benefit of group education for people with arthritis. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 4(1), 38-41.

The hidden benefit of group education for people with arthritis. / Barlow, Julie H.; Cullen, Lesley A.; Williams, B.; Davis, S.

In: British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, Vol. 4, No. 1, 01.1997, p. 38-41.

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Barlow, JH, Cullen, LA, Williams, B & Davis, S 1997, 'The hidden benefit of group education for people with arthritis' British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 38-41.
Barlow, Julie H. ; Cullen, Lesley A. ; Williams, B. ; Davis, S. / The hidden benefit of group education for people with arthritis. In: British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 1997 ; Vol. 4, No. 1. pp. 38-41.
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