Caregiver Burden and Depressive Symptoms

@article{Sherwood2005CaregiverBA,
  title={Caregiver Burden and Depressive Symptoms},
  author={Paula R. Sherwood and Charles W. Given and Barbara A. Given and Alexander von Eye},
  journal={Journal of Aging and Health},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={125 - 147}
}
Despite widespread use of caregiver burden and depressive symptoms in caregiving research, the relationship between these two concepts and the way in which burden and depressive symptoms are affected are not clear. Methods: The authors used structural equation modeling with an inception cohort of 488 family caregivers to examine the relationship between care recipients’ mental and functional status and recency of care demands and caregivers’ burden and depressive symptoms. Results: Care… CONTINUE READING

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