Patients' experience of transition onto haemodialysis: a qualitative study.

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Mitchell, A.; Farrand, P.; James, H.; Luke, R.; Purtell, R.; Wyatt, K.;

Transition onto haemodialysis is a time of increased psychosocial difficulty, yet, many renal patients exhibit personal resilience in continuing to lead productive lives. Using a positive psychological methodology, this qualitative study aims to identify factors identif... View more
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