Theses (published elsewhere)

Factors that influence participation in self-management of wound care in three Indigenous communities in Western Australia: clients’ perspectives

Posted on: 1 October, 2009
Issue: Vol 9 No 4, October 2009 - December 2009
Related to Health services

Eades A (2008)
Factors that influence participation in self-management of wound care in three Indigenous communities in Western Australia: clients’ perspectives.
Unpublished Masters of Nursing thesis, Murdoch University, Perth, WA

The purpose of this study was to identify any barriers or enablers as influences on wound care self-management by Indigenous people. A qualitative, interpretive study sought to investigate how participants perceived their wounds and their general health, and to identify the influences on them accessing wound care services. The project attempted to bridge the gap in nursing knowledge of Indigenous clients’ perceptions of wound care services.

Adapted from Murdoch University Digital Thesis Program abstract

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