Chronicles of informal caregiving in cancer: using 'The Cancer Family Caregiving Experience' model as an explanatory framework.
AffiliationChristie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK, Zoe.Stamataki@christie.nhs.uk.
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AbstractCancer caregiving has emerged as a dominant focus of research in recent years. A striking feature of this vast amount of literature is that it is static, examining certain points of the cancer trajectory, mostly the diagnosis and palliative care. Only The Cancer Caregiving Experience Model conceptualised the caregiving experience and explored the conceptual implications of cancer family caregiving research.
CitationChronicles of informal caregiving in cancer: using 'The Cancer Family Caregiving Experience' model as an explanatory framework. 2013: Support Care Cancer
JournalSupportive Care in Cancer
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