General practitioners' and nurses' perceived roles, attitudes and stressors in the management of people with dementia.

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BACKGROUND GPs and nurses play a major role in dementia care. Negative attitudes and uncertainties may be common sources of stress in both professions. Specific anxieties related to dementia management in primary care need to be identified. AIM To assess whether dementia care is a stress-provoking experience and examine perceived roles, attitudes, and… (More)

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@article{Mcintosh1999GeneralPA, title={General practitioners' and nurses' perceived roles, attitudes and stressors in the management of people with dementia.}, author={Iain Mcintosh and Vivien Swanson and Karen Power and Charlotte Rae}, journal={Health bulletin}, year={1999}, volume={57 1}, pages={35-43} }