Level of knowledge among cardiac health care professionals regarding sexual counseling of post-MI patients in three tertiary care hospitals in Pakistan

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2016-04
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Pirani, L.
Ali, F.
Steinke, Elaine E.
Allana, Saleema
Hameed, A.
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Pirani, L.; Ali, F.; Steinke, Elaine E.; Allana, S.; Hameed, A. 2016. Level of knowledge among cardiac health care professionals regarding sexual counseling of post-MI patients in three tertiary care hospitals in Pakistan. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, April 2016; vol. 15, 1 suppl: pp. S50-S51:Meeting Abstract: P131

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Health care professionals’ (HCPs) role in providing sexual counseling is essential in many chronic diseases, including Myocardial Infarction (MI). It is increasingly recognized that sexual counseling is an essential component for HCPs to address, in order to provide holistic care to the patients. Despite the widely acknowledged significance of HCPs’ role in providing sexual counseling to post MI patients, this sensitive area has often remained neglected in practice and research.

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