|Title:||Providing care to relatives with mental illness: reactions and distress among primary informal caregivers|
|Abstract:||The responsibility of caring for relatives with mental illness often falls on the family members. It has been reported that the reactions to or consequences of providing care are what rendered the role of a caregiver challenging and hence a source of distress. This present study thus aimed to identify socio-demographic correlates of caregiving experiences using the Caregiver Reaction Assessment (CRA) and to examine the associations between reactions to caregiving and psychological distress.|
|Appears in Collections:||2016|
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