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Pediatric Liver Transplantation: Caregivers’ Quality of Life

Bastos Tavares AP, Melo Guerra Seixas LBPd, Jayme CLW, Porta G, Melo Seixas RBPd, Carvalho Ed

Purpose: The survival rate of pediatric patients undergoing liver transplantation has increased considerably. Despite this, the period after transplantation is still complex and poses several challenges to the recipient’s family,...
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Family Members’ Caring Experiences of Schizophrenia Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Deepened Disconnection Due to Distancing

Shin S, Joung J

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore family members’ caring experiences of schizophrenia patients during COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: Seventeen family caregivers participated in this study. Focus group and individual...
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Providing End-of-Life Care in the Community: What Are the Challenges in Malaysia?

Leong, YY, Hamzah E, McCarthy S, Lim ZN

A 72-year-old woman with metastatic lung cancer to bone and brain and with left external iliac vein thrombosis was under the care of a community palliative care provider. She experienced...
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The Caring Experience of Family Caregivers for Patients of Living Donor Liver Transplantation from the Family Members

Bang M, Kwon S

Purpose: The purpose of the study was to understand the care experiences of the family of living donor liver transplantation (LDLT) patients where the donation had occurred within the family....
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Factors influencing quality of life in caregivers of adolescents with developmental disabilities

Joung JW

Objectives Caring for adolescents with developmental disabilities (DD) is stressful and challenging, and mothers usually provide care for these children in Korea. This study aimed to identify factors influencing quality...
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Depression, Anxiety and Associated Factors in Family Caregivers of People With Dementia

Hong SJ, Ko E, Choi M, Sung NJ, Han MI

Objectives This study examined the level of depression and anxiety and the related factors, especially the knowledge and attitudes towards dementia, of people caring for a family member with dementia. Methods...
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Distress, Family Resilience, and Quality of Life among Family Caregivers of Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy: The Moderating Role of Family Resilience

Ahn SH, Kim SH

Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate distress, family resilience, and Quality of Life (QoL) among family caregivers of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and explore whether family resilience moderates the association...
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Cultural Adaption and Psychometric Analysis of Family APGAR Scale in Iranian Older People

Karimi Z, Taheri-Kharameh Z, Sharififard F

Background: Family function is a necessary factor that influences older people’s health. The Family APGAR has been widely used to study family functions. However, there has been no Persian version...
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Surveillance of Close Contacts and Implications of Pediatric Patients with COVID-19–Experiences from a Single Residential Treatment Center

Baek YJ, Chung WS, Lee KH, Lee EH, Lee SJ, Kim J, Kim JH, Ahn JY, Jeong SJ, Choi JY, Yeom JS

Residential treatment centers (RTCs) are successful in isolating and closely monitoring adults confirmed with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), but there are concerns for children who need care. This study was...
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Effects of Dementia Caregiver Program on Caregiver Burden

Oh HJ, Kim DH, Kim KM, Lee JJ, Lee KK, Lee SB

Objectives:Dementia is one of the most distressing mental health problems in the older population. Caregivers also experienced physical, psychological, and emotional stress from taking care of dementia patients. So, we...
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Perceived Social Support of Family Caregivers for People with Dementia: Concept Analysis

Kim A, Kim J, Woo K

Purpose: Most of the currently used concepts and measurements of social support have been relevant for general population. The main purpose of this study is to conduct the concept analysis...
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A Study on the Meal Assistance and Nutrition Knowledge of Caregivers for the Elderly in Nursing Homes

Kim WJ, Kim DS, Joo N

This study attempted to examine the nutrition knowledge of caregivers for the elderly and the diet-related medical treatment and dietary assistance given by them. Thus, this research is a descriptive...
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Dyadic Research of Patients and Their Family Caregivers in the Context of Chronic Illness: Current Status and Challenges

Son YJ

Purpose: This narrative review aims to provide an introduction and overview of dyadic research within the context of chronic illness. In addition, some methodological considerations and future directions for conducting...
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Influencing Factors Affecting Caregivers’ Service Quality for the Elderly with Dementia: Focusing on Dementia Knowledge, Work Value, and Job Performance Confidence

Kim DR, Kim KH, Lee SY, Han SH, Lee GR

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to verify influencing factors affecting service quality provided by caregivers working for the elderly with dementia. Methods: Data were collected using a self-reported...
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Evaluating the Effect of Peer-Assisted Education on the Functioning in Family Caregivers of Patients with Schizophrenia: A Clinical Trial Study

Rajai N, Lami B, Pishgooie AH, Habibi H, Alavizerang F

Background: High levels burden of long-term care of patients with schizophrenia can disrupt the functioning of family caregivers. This study evaluated a peer-assisted education method on family caregivers’ functioning of...
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Acute Impact of the Coronavirus Disease Outbreak on Behavioral Patterns and Emotional States of Pediatric Psychiatric Patients and Caregivers in Daegu, South Korea

Seo HR, Jung HS, Jung DS, Choi JW, Jo SH

Objective This study aimed to investigate the changes in interpersonal relationships, behavioral patterns, and emotional states of children and adolescents with psychiatric disorders and their caregivers immediately after the coronavirus...
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A systematic review of interventions for family caregivers of the elderly with dementia in Korea

Jeong S, Hwang J, Oh D

Purpose: This study was a systematic review to assess the contents and effects of an intervention program for family caregivers of the elderly with dementia in Korea. Methods: A literature...
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Unmet needs and quality of life of caregivers of Korean breast cancer survivors: a cross-sectional study

Lee JW, Lee J, Lee MH, Lee SK, Kim WS, Jung SY, Kim Z, Lee J, Youn HJ, the Study of Multi-disciplinARy Teamwork of breast cancer survivorSHIP (SMARTSHIP)

Purpose: As the survival rates of cancer patients have been increasing due to early diagnosis and technological advances in treatment, their caregiver burden has also emerged as an important issue....
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Factors Influencing the Intention of Hand Hygiene Compliance among Nursing Caregivers in Long Term Care Facilities: Based on the Planned Behavior Theory

Shim MO, Kim KM

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate factors influencing the intention of hand hygiene implementation based on the theory of planned behavior among caregivers in long-term care facilities...
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Delirium-Related Knowledge, Caregiving Performance, Stress Levels, and Mental Health of Family Caregivers of Terminal Cancer Patients with Delirium in a Hospice Care Unit

Jung MH, Park MH, Kim SJ, Ra JR

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the knowledge, caregiving performance, stress levels, and mental health of family caregivers of terminal cancer patients with delirium, insofar as these...
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