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Role of Psychological Resilience on Health-Outcomes in Hospitalized Patients with Acute Illness: A Scoping Review


Recovery from Acute Illness is dependent on severity of illness. We aimed to investigate whether resilience as the ‘ability to bounce back’ might also affect recovery. We conducted a scoping review to identify gaps in the existing literature. We used emergency care, intensive care, critical care and trauma as surrogates for acute…

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