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Quality of Life and Quality of Care in Heart Failure: Perspectives of Irish Patients

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posted on 22.11.2019 by Nuala Tully, Karen Morgan, Hannah McGee, Helen Burke

This research project contributes to a patient needs assessment in the development of the National Heart Health Action Plan for Heart Failure 2008– 2011. In developing the plan, it is important to have a good understanding of the perspectives of heart failure patients. The aim of this project was to provide information about the quality of life experienced by Irish patients living with heart failure, including their experience of healthcare and their views on the important components of heart failure services.

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Conducted by the Department of Psychology Division of Population Health Sciences Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on behalf of the Health Services Executive

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Tully N, Morgan K, McGee H, Burke H. Quality of Life and Quality of Care in Heart Failure: Perspectives of Irish Patients. Conducted by the Department of Psychology Division of Population Health Sciences Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on behalf of the Health Services Executive. 2009

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01/01/2009

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