Establishing partnerships with family caregivers. Local and cosmopolitan knowledge.

Theresa A Harvath, P. G. Archbold, B. J. Stewart, S. Gadow, J. M. Kirschling, L. Miller, J. Hagan, K. Brody, J. Schook

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Abstract

Families now provide most of the care received by older people in the United States. Proposed changes in the health care system will mean that families must take an even greater role in delivering health care. It is crucial that nurses practicing in a variety of settings be prepared to establish partnerships with family caregivers in order to attend to the long-term care needs of older people.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)22-24, 26
JournalCaring : National Association for Home Care magazine
Volume14
Issue number4
StatePublished - Apr 1995
Externally publishedYes

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    Harvath, T. A., Archbold, P. G., Stewart, B. J., Gadow, S., Kirschling, J. M., Miller, L., Hagan, J., Brody, K., & Schook, J. (1995). Establishing partnerships with family caregivers. Local and cosmopolitan knowledge. Caring : National Association for Home Care magazine, 14(4), 22-24, 26.