Health round-up

Road to recovery Coaching could support those off sick in getting back to health, work and working well, suggests a paper by Fiona Begbie, a student on Aberdeen University's postgraduate certificate in coaching. Coaching has the potential to promote self-efficacy and improve disease management, as well as boost work capacity and inclination, suggests the literature review. It stimulates thought processes, positive emotions and self-efficacy. The latter, in turn, has a positive impact on mental, physical and social health status and the capacity to cope with illness or injury....

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