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A descriptive correlational study was designed to examine the relationships between boundary ambiguity,coping strategies and depression in mothers caring for children with epilepsy. A total of 316 mothers were recruited from three medical centers in Taiwan. A pilot study established the reliability and validity of the Chinese language version of the Coping Health Inventory for Parents (CHIP). Results showed that boundary ambiguity was negatively associated with the total score by CHIP fordoi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2004.07.002 pmid:15708014 fatcat:cekmtmnmofgopakj47qckzcdt4