The Family in Crisis

  • Gabriel Smilkstein

Abstract

The physician who cares for the patient within the context of family should understand the impact of crisis on the functional state of the family. Such knowledge will facilitate the diagnosis and management of crisisinduced family dysfunction (1, 4, 5, 13, 15, 16).

Keywords

Family Physician Family Function Problem List Family Dysfunction Family Crisis 
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  • Gabriel Smilkstein

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