In this review: Impact of psychological resilience on walking capacity in older adults following a hip fracture (Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, abstract only available for free)
Study: Psychological Resiliency Can Aid Recovery After Hip Fracture
Authors believe that assessing this important self-concept early on could help providers create more effective treatment programs.
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