The efficacy of a psychosocial intervention for HIV/AIDS caregiving dyads and individual caregivers: a controlled treatment outcome study.

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The present study examined the comparative efficacy of intervening at the caregiver/care-recipient dyadic level, versus the individual caregiver level, for caregivers and their care-recipients with HIV/AIDS. Participants were randomly assigned to a Dyad Intervention (DI), a Caregiver Intervention (CI) or Wait List Control group (WLC), and assessed by… (More)

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@article{Pakenham2002TheEO, title={The efficacy of a psychosocial intervention for HIV/AIDS caregiving dyads and individual caregivers: a controlled treatment outcome study.}, author={Kenneth Ian Pakenham and Mark Richard Dadds and H V Lennon}, journal={AIDS care}, year={2002}, volume={14 6}, pages={731-50} }