Estrategias breves para cambios de conducta | 10 NOV 19

Pacientes angustiados en atención primaria

Las intervenciones conductuales breves ofrecidas al paciente angustiado que consulta en atención primaria pueden disminuir temporariamente su malestar
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Autor: Gum AM, Epstein-Lubow GP, Gaudiano BA Fuente: BMJ 2019; 366:l5360 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l5360  Brief behaviour change strategies for distressed patients in primary care
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