It is expected that the project will: (1) promote the integration of psychosocial care with biomedical components of comprehensive care; (2) promote the delivery of quality services to patients and families; (3) contribute to the literature on the psychosocial aspects of bleeding disorders; (4) demonstrate social work outcomes of the research or clinical project.
Areas of research interest might include some of the following topics: impact of social work practice on coping with chronic illness and/or disability; impact of case management on patient care; improved clinical practice; research skills and goals for psychosocial providers; mental health issues of those affected with bleeding disorders or bleeding disorders/HIV; development and use of media projects and/or learning tools for professional or patient evaluation. A focus on cultural diversity is welcomed.
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Funder: National Hemophilia Foundation
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