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Assessment of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of Parents/Caregivers Towards Migraine in Children: A Cross-Sectional Observational Study

Sinha R, Meena AK, Uniyal M, Singh S, Upadhyay A

Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) of parents or caregivers of children suffering from migraines at a tertiary care center in North India. Methods: We...
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The Influence of Working Environment on Person-centere

Jang DN, Yu J

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of the working environment on person-centered care for home visiting dementia caregivers. Methods: Participants in this study were 146...
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Long-Term Care Facility Caregivers’ Need to Reduce Physical Burdens

An H

Purpose: This study explored caregivers’ support needs to relieve their physical burden while working in long-term care facilities. Methods: Participants were 12 caregivers with more than 10 years of experience...
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Factors related to depression in primary caregivers of older adults with dementia in the COVID-19 pandemic era: A cross-sectional descriptive study

Kim SI, Son Hong GR

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the factors related to depression in the primary caregivers of older adults with dementia at home during the COVID-19 pandemic era....
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Factors relating to intention of use non-face-to-face services among family caregivers of persons with dementia: A cross-sectional study

Park M, Kim J, Jung J, Kim S, Lee J, Lee DY

Purpose: This study investigated the decision factors influencing the intention to use non-face-to-face services such as online support, social networking, educational programs, and video conferencing among family caregivers of persons...
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Dual caregiving burden for older parents and grandchildren in middle-aged and older adults: A concept analysis

Yoo L, Moon CS, Park I, Lee M, Choi GE

Purpose: This study aimed to clearly identify and define the nature of the concept of dual caregiving burden for grandchildren and older parents of middle-aged and older adults. Methods: By...
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Factors Influencing the Quality of Life of Family Caregivers of Stroke Patients: A Cross-Sectional Survey

Lee JH, Jung MS

Purpose: This study aimed to explore the quality of life of family caregivers of stroke patients and investigate how resilience, uncertainty, caregiving appraisal, and patients’ cognitive and functional status affect...
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Phenomenological Study on the Lived Experiences of Mothers Caring for Their Pubescent Children with Developmental Disabilities

Joung WJ

Purpose This phenomenological study explored and revealed the mothers’ lived experiences of caring for pubescent children with developmental disabilities (DDs) in Korea. Methods Data were collected from semistructured individual in-depth interviews with nine...
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Association between Caregiver’s Awareness of Human Rights and Quality of Service: Focused on Human Right Education

Jeong ES, Seo YJ, Won YJ, Heo MH, Noh JW

Background: Long-term care insurance for the elderly has been stably established along with the quantitative expansion of long-term care facilities. Indeed, the need for a paradigm about human rights-based service...
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The impact of Long COVID, work stress related to infectious diseases, fatigue, and coping on burnout among care providers in nursing home: A cross-sectional correlation study

Lee H, Seo Y, Kim J, Song HY, Park J, Yang Y

Purpose: An increasing number of nursing home are being established because of the increased demand for treatment and care of older adults with chronic diseases related to population aging. This...
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Reliability and Validity of Caregivers’ Fear of Falling Index When Caring for Home-Based Rehabilitation Patients With Fall-Related Fractures

Kakehi T, Zenta M, Ishimori T, Tamura N, Wada H, Bessho M, Kakuda W

Objective: To evaluate the reliability and validity of this new measure, called the caregivers’ fear of falling index (CFFI). Methods: The study surveyed home-based rehabilitation patients with fall-related fracture, and their...
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Research trends over 10 years (2010-2021) in infant and toddler rearing behavior by family caregivers in South Korea: text network and topic modeling

Song IH, Kang KA

Purpose: This study analyzed research trends in infant and toddler rearing behavior among family caregivers over a 10-year period (2010-2021). Methods: Text network analysis and topic modeling were employed on...
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Family Caregivers’ Experiences Related to Fear of Cancer Recurrence in Caring for Cancer Survivors

Bae KR, Yu J

Purpose: Cancer survivors and family caregivers may experience a vague sense of fear or worry about the possibility of recurrence. The family caregivers of cancer survivors experience numerous psychological hardships because,...
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Characteristics of Early Onset Dementia and Caring Experiences and Service Needs of Family Caregivers: A Mixed Methods Study

Kim JH, Lee G

Purpose: The purpose of this mixed methods study was to explore the caring experiences of the family caregivers of patients with early-onset dementia, and identify the characteristics of early-onset dementia. Methods:...
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The Influence of Workplace Violence Experience and Emotional Labor on Depression among Caregivers

Lee EJ, Park BH

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the influence of workplace violence experience and emotional labor on depression among caregivers. Methods: Data were collected from 227 caregivers working in long-term care...
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Family caregivers’ perceived value of caring for older patient: A hybrid model of concept analysis

Heo SH, Kim HR

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to define and clarify the concept of the family caregivers’ perceived value of caring for older patients. Methods: The hybrid model of Schwartz-Barcott...
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Rehabilitation Professionals’ Perspectives on Psychosocial Needs of Family Caregivers of Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: A Qualitative Study from India

Pallerla S, Krishnareddy SR, Parthasarathy NB, Navaneetham J, Gupta A

Background: This study explored the psychosocial needs of family caregivers of persons with spinal cord injuries from the perspective of rehabilitation professionals. Methods: An exploratory qualitative approach was used, and a...
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Influencing Factors on the Needs for Hospice Palliative Care among Caregivers of Patients with Cancer

Nam HI, Kim S, Kim GS, Jung KH

Purpose: The objectives of this study were to describe the needs and knowledge for hospice palliative care, to identify the caregiving burden among cancer caregivers, and to determine factors that...
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Effect of perceived chronic illness management support, health literacy, and social support on the care burden of families caring for older people with multiple chronic conditions at home: A cross-sectional study

Lee ES, Kim MY

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the effect of perceived chronic illness management support, health literacy, and social support on the care burden of families caring for older people with...
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The subjectivity of care workers’ perception on remaining functional ability care: A Q methodology approach

Doo H, Park S

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify and explain the subjectivity of care workes’ perception on remaining functional ability care. Methods: This study applied the Q-methodology approach. Through a...
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