Supporting carers as individuals to improve quality of life
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Supporting carers as individuals to improve quality of life

Pam Hodge Lecturer, Practice learning, Middlesex University

A total of 20% of carers have no support according to a Health Education England report (Health Education England 2018), but support for carers can build resilience and confidence (NHS England 2018). This research digest looks at three research studies relating to the support of carers.

Primary Health Care. 28, 7, 14-14. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.7.14.s14

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