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Journal of Palliative Care & Medicine
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Giorgio Bertolotti

Italian native graduated in Laurea in Psychology from University of Padua.

Biography

Giorgio Bertolotti is an Italian native graduated in Laurea in Psychology from University of Padua.His interest as a clinical psychologist is mainly oriented to Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology and their application to respiratory and cardiological diseases. Dr. Bertolotti is author of several questionnaires developed originally in Italian : CBA-2.0 Primary Scales was the first.Focusing on Quality of Life (QoL) in patients with respiratory disease, Dr Bertolotti is author of the Italian Version of the “St. George’s Respiratory Questionnaire” (SGRQ) and of the “Sickness Impact Profile” (SIP). He is also author of the “Maugeri Foundation” Respiratory Failure Questionnaire (MRF26), the first QoL questionnaire specific for very severe respiratory patients, whether on long term oxygen therapy (LTOT) or invasive positive pressure ventilation (IPPV). He also traslated "Biofeedback Principles and Practice for clinicians. Basmajian JV. IInd Edition. (Tr.It. a cura di Tiranti BF, Bertolotti G.: Biofeedback: principi teorici e applicazioni pratiche). Piccin Editore, Padova, 1984." one of the leading book on biofeedback even nowadays.

Research Interest

Clinical psychologist, Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology and their application to respiratory and cardiological diseases.

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