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Perceived Social Support Is Strongly Associated With Recovery After Injury

Perceived Social Support is Strongly Associated with Recovery after Injury

The strength of one’s social support network is a potentially modifiable factor that may have a significant impact on recovery after injury. We sought to assess the association between one’s perceived social support (PSS) and physical and mental health outcomes 6-12 months post-injury.

Source: pubmed.gov

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