The lived experience of male and female caregivers of people with dementia: a qualitative study

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Khokhar-Cottrell, F.;
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    mesheuropmc: humanities | human activities | health care economics and organizations | social sciences | health care facilities, manpower, and services

Background: Burden, satisfaction, depression, anxiety, social support, coping strategies and the disease state of dementia patients all influence carers’ quality of life (QoL) and well-being. Qualitative research looking at carers’ lived experiences and the effect that ... View more
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