Meeting the challenge : The female carers' perspective of managing dyspnoea

@inproceedings{Skett2004MeetingTC,
  title={Meeting the challenge : The female carers' perspective of managing dyspnoea},
  author={Kim A. Skett},
  year={2004}
}
The aim of this descriptive, explorative study was to describe the lived experience of informal carers providing care within the home, to a family member who has lung cancer and the symptom of dyspnoea. Many studies have highlighted the stressors associated with care provision, but no studies have focused on the experience associated with caring for a family member who is dyspnoeic. Ten carers were interviewed regarding their experiences of providing care to the family member during the… CONTINUE READING

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