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Rheumatology Practice Management October 2015 Vol 3 No 5 - Rheumatoid Arthritis

In an article published online in the International Journal of Nursing Studies, a scoping review of 17 articles demonstrated that patients with rheumatoid arthritis have a need for more informational, emotional, social, and practical support. Nurses can play a major role in developing self-management support programs that are tailored to a patient’s specific needs, according to R. M. Zuidema, and colleagues.

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