Cancer caregiving and subjective stress: a multi-site, multi-dimensional analysis.

@article{Gaugler2005CancerCA,
  title={Cancer caregiving and subjective stress: a multi-site, multi-dimensional analysis.},
  author={Joseph E. Gaugler and Nader Hanna and Jeanette Linder and Charles W. Given and Valerie E. Tolbert and Ritesh Kataria and William F. Regine},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2005},
  volume={14 9},
  pages={771-85}
}
Although research has emerged documenting the psychosocial impact of family care for cancer patients, few efforts capture the multi-dimensional nature of cancer caregiving stress, particularly among socioeconomically diverse samples. Utilizing data collected from cancer caregivers at a non-urban, Southern US site and an inner-city, Northeastern US site (N=233), the present study identified predictors of multiple dimensions of caregivers' subjective stress (i.e. emotional appraisals of care… CONTINUE READING

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