Women with rheumatoid arthritis: "Don't take us at face value"

Australia, 1989

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An information package designed to assist HACC (Home and Community Care) administrators and service providers in caring for women with rheumatoid arthritis. It addresses aspects of the experience of the disease, the side effects of treatment, the impact on self image and self esteem, barriers to receiving HACC services and the need to increase community awareness. Accompanied by an 11p. Supplementary Booklet and the 65p. “Women with rheumatoid arthritis: a home and community care demonstration project report, 1989.”

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