Alzheimer's Caregiver Focus Groups

@inproceedings{Teitelman2002AlzheimersCF,
  title={Alzheimer's Caregiver Focus Groups},
  author={Jodi L. Teitelman and Otr Janet Watts and Otr Jennifer Meisel Ms and Otr Jennifer Woodward Ms and Otr Stacey McFarland-Smith Ms},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract The use of qualitative research strategies is becoming increasingly recognized as most appropriate for certain types of inquiry in gerontological care. Program planners need information from the perspectives of current and potential consumers to ensure the delivery of appropriate services and educational programs. Using focus groups is one systematic, research-based method of obtaining qualitative data, by eliciting perspectives of the targeted population on issues of concern through… CONTINUE READING

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