Prof. Noa Vilchinsky – Early Exposure to Cardiac Treatment and Distress Among Patients and Their Caregiving Partners

Background: The experience of an acute coronary event (ACE), including early care and evaluation, can be a distressing and traumatic experience for patients and their romantic partners, who also act as caregivers. We hypothesized that, among partners who were present during the ACE, those who were also present during (1) transportation to the hospital and (2)…

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Prof. Noa Vilchinsky – Attachment insecurity hinders cardiac patients’ ability to receive partners’ care: A longitudinal dyadic study

Attachment insecurity hinders cardiac patients’ ability to receive partners’ care: A longitudinal dyadic study Show all authorsSivan George-Levi, Shira Peleg, Noa Vilchinsky, …First Published February 3, 2020 Research Articlehttps://doi.org/10.1177/0265407519900998 Article information  Abstract Objectives: The fact that spousal support is not always beneficial for the recipient continues to intrigue researchers in the dyadic support field. One possible explanation for this phenomenon…

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