The Resource "All they said was my kidneys were dead": : Indigenous Australian patients' understanding of their chronic kidney disease, Kate Anderson ... [et al.]

"All they said was my kidneys were dead": : Indigenous Australian patients' understanding of their chronic kidney disease, Kate Anderson ... [et al.]

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"All they said was my kidneys were dead": : Indigenous Australian patients' understanding of their chronic kidney disease
Title
"All they said was my kidneys were dead":
Title remainder
Indigenous Australian patients' understanding of their chronic kidney disease
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Kate Anderson ... [et al.]
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eng
Summary
Qualitative study of Indigenous patient's understanding of kidney disease; results showed low levels of awareness of and confidence in biomedical explanations
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Anderson, Kate
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  • Devitt, Jeannie
  • Cunningham, Joan
  • Preece, Cilla
  • Cass, Alan
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"All they said was my kidneys were dead": : Indigenous Australian patients' understanding of their chronic kidney disease, Kate Anderson ... [et al.]
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References: p. 503
Extent
p. 499-503
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"All they said was my kidneys were dead": : Indigenous Australian patients' understanding of their chronic kidney disease, Kate Anderson ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
References: p. 503
Extent
p. 499-503

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