Methodological considerations for researching the financial costs of family caregiving within a palliative care context.
Gardiner, C.; Allen, R.; Moeke-Maxwell, T.; Robinson, J.; Gott, M.;
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
BACKGROUND: The financial impact of family caregiving in a palliative care context has been identified as an issue which requires further research. However, little is known about how research should be conducted in this area. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to expl... View more
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