An evaluation of the domiciliary occupational therapy service in palliative cancer care in a community trust: a patient and carers perspective.

@article{Kealey2005AnEO,
  title={An evaluation of the domiciliary occupational therapy service in palliative cancer care in a community trust: a patient and carers perspective.},
  author={Patrick Kealey and I M Mcintyre},
  journal={European journal of cancer care},
  year={2005},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={232-43}
}
In the past 20 years there has been considerable growth in the provision of palliative care services. The shift in emphasis from hospice and hospital care to the development of community services has been significant. This enables people to be cared for at home and is in keeping with Government agenda. While this may be beneficial for the patient and fit in with the wishes of the family, it is likely to put heavy demands on the coping resources of individual carers. The views of service users… CONTINUE READING

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