Corpus ID: 54696829

Becoming a Carer for an Elderly Person after Discharge from an Acute Hospital Admission

@article{Grimmer2004BecomingAC,
  title={Becoming a Carer for an Elderly Person after Discharge from an Acute Hospital Admission},
  author={K. Grimmer and J. Moss and J. Falco},
  journal={The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences \& Practice},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={4}
}
Objective: To describe the perceptions of people taking on a new or expanded caring role for an elderly patient recently hospitalised with a new or intensified health problem. Design: Observational study collecting qualitative data monthly for six months following patients’ discharge from hospital and attempted return to independent living in the community. Setting: Four South Australian acute hospitals (one metropolitan, three country). Subjects: 34 unpaid carers were nominated by 100 patients… Expand
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