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Auteur(s) : P. GUEX (Psychiatre, Lausanne - Suisse).

Résumé : Irruption du malheur dans une famille. Annonce d’une mauvaise nouvelle dans la famille.
L’approche familiale, aussi difficile qu’elle puisse être va se faire sur plusieurs niveaux bio-psycho-sociaux. Cette annonce risque fort d’entrainer une crise pour le patient et la famille, un réaménagement des rôles familiaux est alors inévitable.
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Some Learning Questions include: 1. What place in the United States is among the world leaders in steel manufacturing?
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