The willingness of informal caregivers to assist their care‐recipient to use Home Medicines Review

@inproceedings{Carter2016TheWO,
  title={The willingness of informal caregivers to assist their care‐recipient to use Home Medicines Review},
  author={Stephen R. Carter and Rebekah J Moles and Lesley White and Timothy Frank Chen},
  booktitle={Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy},
  year={2016}
}
OBJECTIVES Informal caregivers experience daily hassles - a form of persistent stress, as a consequence of caregiving. This study aimed to develop and test a new theoretical model of health information-seeking behaviour, the Knowledge Hassles Information Seeking Model (KHISM). KHISM hypothesized that the knowledge hassles of caregivers - daily stressors experienced while dealing with tasks which require knowledge about the safety and effectiveness of the care-recipients' medicines - would… CONTINUE READING

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