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Psychosocial Problems in a Renal Unit

  • Margaret MacNamara (a1)

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This paper attempts to show something of the interaction between social factors and the response to treatment in patients with chronic renal failure who embark on a programme of recurrent dialysis. The social work involved was carried out on the series of patients reported by Professor Cramond and his colleagues in the three articles preceding this one.

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Cramond, W. A., Knight, P. R., and Lawrence, J. R. (1967). “The psychiatric contribution to a renal unit undertaking chronic haemodialysis and renal homotransportation.” Brit. J. Psychiat., 113, 12011212.
Cramond, W. A., Court, J. H., Higgins, B. A., Knight, P. R., and Lawrence, J. R. (1967). “Psychological screening of potential donors in a renal homotransplantation programme.” Brit. J. Psychiat., 113, 12131221.
Irvine, E. E. (1961). “Psychosis in parents: mental illness as a problem for the family.” Brit. J. psychiat. soc. Wk., 6, No. 1, 2126.

Psychosocial Problems in a Renal Unit

  • Margaret MacNamara (a1)

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  • Margaret MacNamara (a1)
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