La perdita di senso di dignità in una coorte di pazienti cronici: analisi descrittiva

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Introduzione: Gli stati di vulnerabilità e dipendenza imposti dall’avanzare dell’età e dal cambiamento delle condizioni di salute pos-sono minare profondamente il senso di dignità percepito con la conseguente perdita del significato del proprio vivere che espone i pazienti al pericolo di mettere in forse le ragioni del continuare ad esistere. I progressi della ricerca sul campo permettono adesso di misurare ilivelli di perdita di dignità, nonché di individuare i fattori che più vi incidono, nelle popolazioni di pazienti cronici.

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Pallassini, M., Righi, L., Marini, F., Adami, S., & Ferretti, F. (2019). La perdita di senso di dignità in una coorte di pazienti cronici: analisi descrittiva. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 35(4), 14–18. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2018.369