Family carers' preferences for support when caring for a family member at the end of life at home: an integrative literature review.
Larsson, M.; Lee, Siew Hwa; Grov, E.K.; Hov, R.; Wilde-Larsson, B.; Olsson, C.; Bjuresäter, K.; Kennedy, Catriona
Siew Hwa Lee
Professor Catriona Kennedy firstname.lastname@example.org
Queens Nursing Inst Scotland - Professor
Approximately 60% of people wish to die at home and across Europe there are an estimated 100 million family carers meeting the needs of loved ones at the end of life. Family carers have unmet health and social care needs and also an understanding of their preferences for end of life care. This research examined available evidence about family carers' preferences for support when caring for a loved one at the end of their life in their own home and what helps family carers cope and their experiences of care provision.
|Presentation Conference Type||Poster|
|Start Date||Oct 2, 2018|
|Institution Citation||LARSSON, M., LEE, S.H., GROV, E.K., HOV. R., WILDE-LARSSON, B., OLSSON,C., BJURESÄTER, K and KENNEDY, C. 2018. Family carers' preferences for support when caring for a family member at the end of life at home: an integrative literature review. Presented at the 22nd International congress on palliative care (PAL 2018), 2-5 October 2018, Montreal, Canada.|
|Keywords||Palliative care; Support; End of life; Family carers; Caregivers|
|Related Public URLs||http://hdl.handle.net/10059/1679|
|Additional Information||This is a Conference Poster presentation, the original Systematic Review Protocol can be found at http://hdl.handle.net/10059/1679|
LARSSON 2018 Family carers (POSTER)
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