Toward evaluating "The Practice template for health in families with breast cancer" for use in practice.
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The research project includes the early processes for a descriptive, evaluative study on refining “The Practice Template for Health in Families with Breast Cancer” (Anderson & Moch, 2007). The Practice Template is a tool which calls attention to family issues related to breast cancer, assesses important family areas, and facilitates interventions for families at risk.
Practice template for health in families with breast cancer.
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