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79). Essentially, for a number of clients with chronic illness, a “new normal” must be created. A number of years ago when teaching a chronic illness practicum to graduate students, this author developed a mini-ethnography project of the individuals who the students were caring for that semester. Students were caring for clients with a variety of diseases—HIV, liver disease, heart failure, rheumatoid arthritis, and breast cancer. Using grand tour questions that had been developed as a class, students interviewed their clients over the course of the semester.
Work Participation Hoving, van der Meer, Volkova, and FringsDresen (2010) completed a systematic review of illness perceptions and participating in work (however, only three studies met the authors’ criteria for review). They found that nonworking clients perceived more serious consequences, expected their illness to last a long period of time, and reported more symptoms and emotional responses. The working clients had a strong belief in the controllability of their condition and a better understanding of the disease (its identity).
It is not meant to be a comprehensive review of the entire body of knowledge, which is vast. Historical Perspectives Chronic disease involves not only the physical body, but it also affects one’s relationships, selfimage, and behavior. The social aspects of disease may be related to the pathophysiologic changes that are occurring, but may be independent of them as well. The very act of diagnosing a condition as an illness has consequences far beyond the pathology involved (Conrad, 2005). Freidson (1970) discussed this more than 40 years ago in his writings about the meaning that is ascribed to a diagnosis by an individual 24 CHAPTER 2 / The Illness Experience and family (p.