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psychological primary n.

psychological primary n.

Primary level psychological services in South Africa: can a new psychological professional fill the gap?

A psychological behavioral screening service: use, feasibility, and impact in a primary care setting.

Feeling of Burden, Psychological Distress, and Anxiety among Primary Caregivers of Children with Home Enteral Nutrition

Psychological impact of family history risk assessment in primary care: a mixed methods study

Psychological burden on patients with cancer of unknown primary: from onset of symptoms to initial treatment

Psychological distress in informal caregivers of patients with dementia in primary care: course and determinants

Health-related quality of life and psychological functioning in patients with primary malignant brain tumors: a systematic review of clinical, demographic and mental health factors

Characteristics of suicidal adolescents and young adults presenting to primary care with non‐suicidal (indeed non‐psychological) complaints

Associations Between Secondary Caregivers’ Supportive Behavior and Psychological Distress of Primary Spousal Caregivers of Cognitively Intact and Impaired Elders

Effects of a Psychological Intervention in a Primary Health Care Center for Caregivers of Dependent Relatives: A Randomized Trial

PIETRONI, Patrick Claude (born 1942), Director, Centre for Psychological Therapies in Primary Care, University of Chester, since 2012; Public Health Associate Director, Mental Health Shropshire, since 2013

 

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Any of the colours red, yellow, green, or blue that are basic to the processing of colour in the visual system and are perceived as cardinal or fundamental rather than as mixtures of other colours. Also called a unique colour, unique hue, or primary colour, though the latter term is ambiguous. See also Bezold-Brücke phenomenon, spectrum. Compare additive primary, primary colour (1, 2), subtractive primary.

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