Concept Analysis: Coping in Family Members

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Concept Analysis: Coping in Family Members
Coping is a way that people deal with situations that they consider tasking and stressful in comparison to situations they encounter daily. In the Merriam-Webster (2011) dictionary, coping is defined as dealing with and attempting to overcome difficulties and problems. Coping in the family members is important in patient care because it reduces the psychological stress they experience because of the illness. The concept of coping has been selected for the concept analysis to provide clarification of the concept and to enable nurses to provide care for families of in critical conditions. There are different clinical and research analysis of coping with each having a slightly different emphasis. For...
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