Review of studies on spousal caregivers of frail spouses in South Korea

@article{Oh2019ReviewOS,
  title={Review of studies on spousal caregivers of frail spouses in South Korea},
  author={Young Sam Oh and Eun Ah Han},
  journal={International Social Work},
  year={2019},
  volume={62},
  pages={529 - 548}
}
  • Y. Oh, E. Han
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • International Social Work
The first aim of this study is to review and critique the empirical literature on dyadic problems of spousal caregivers. A total of 18 relevant studies published between 1990 and 2015 were identified via several databases in South Korea. Four major results were identified: (1) assuming caregiving roles easily caused various caregiving-related problems, such as stress and burden; (2) care recipients’ health conditions and problems were one of the crucial factors influencing caregiving-related… Expand
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