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Taylor SJC, Pinnock H, Epiphaniou E, et al. A rapid synthesis of the evidence on interventions supporting self-management for people with long-term conditions: PRISMS – Practical systematic Review of Self-Management Support for long-term conditions. Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2014 Dec. (Health Services and Delivery Research, No. 2.53.)

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A rapid synthesis of the evidence on interventions supporting self-management for people with long-term conditions: PRISMS – Practical systematic Review of Self-Management Support for long-term conditions.

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Appendix 9List of long-term conditions

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1Allergy/anaphylaxis1Addictions – substance and alcohol, etc.
2Asthma2ADHD
3Atrial fibrillation3Allergic rhinitis/rhinitis/sinusitis/rhinosinusitis
4Childhood constipation4Amnesia
5Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME5Amputations
6Chronic kidney disease6Anaemia
7Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease7Angina
8Chronic pain8Angiooedema
9Congestive heart failure9Anklosing spondylitis (and other arthritic conditions)
10Dementia10Antenatal screening for haemoglobinoapthies – sickle cell and thalassemia, Downs
11Depression11Anxiety and stress disorders (including complex and post-traumatic stress disorders)
12Diabetes: Type I12Aphasia
13Diabetes: Type II13Ataxia’s
14Endometriosis14Autism
15Epilepsy15Autoimmune disorders (e.g. lupus, Sjögrens syndrome)
16Hypertension16Blood disorders
17Hepatitis B17Brain injuries (including stroke and TIAs)
18Hepatitis C18Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (chronic lung disease of infancy)
19HIV19Burn injuries
20Inflammatory bowel disease20Cancer
21Irritable bowel disease21Cardiac arrhythmias
22Low back pain22Cerebral palsy
23Migraine23Crohn’s disease
24Multiple sclerosis24Coeliac disease
25Osteoarthritis25Connective tissue diseases
26Parkinson’s disease26Coronary heart disease
27Cystic Fibrosis
28Digestive conditions, stomach ulcers, oesophagus, reflux
29Dizziness
30Dyslexia or dyspaxia
31Eating disorders (anorexia/bulimia)
32Eczema
33Endocrine disorders (thyrotoxicosis, hypothyroidism, hypogonadism, Cushing syndrome, Addison’s disease)
34Fibromyalgia/chronic widespread pain
35Gout
36Gynaecological problems, chronic pelvic pain
37Haemophilia and other coagulation disorders
38Heart failure
39Learning disabilities
40Lung fibrosis
41Lupus
42Malaria
43Medically unexplained symptoms
44Mood disorders (not only depression, but mania and bipolar disorders)
45Motor neurone disease
46Multimorbidity
47Multisystem autoimmune diseases (MSAIDs, including lupus)
48Muscular dystrophy(ies)
49Neuralgias (including, head and back pain)
50Newborn screening programme diseases, including thyroid disease, hearing loss
51Obesity
52Obstructive sleep apnoea
53Occupational lung disease (various)
54Osteoporosis
55Other slowly degenerative neurological conditions
56Peripheral vascular disease
57Personality disorders
58Phobias
59Physical disabilities
60Polycystic ovary disease
61Post-traumatic stress
62Progressive supranuclear palsy
63Psoriasis
64Rare disease, genetic disorders
65Sarcoidosis
66Sensory problems/disabilities (deafness/blindness)
67Severe skin conditions
68Sickle cell disease
69Skin conditions
70Sleep disorders
71Speech deficits
72Spina bifida
73Spinal injuries
74Stroke/transient ischaemic attacks
75Tuberculosis
76Urinary Incontinence
77Urticarial

ME, myalgic encephalomyelitis; TIA, transient ischaemic attack.

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