Asked 3rd Aug, 2017

Looking for research on how to best help caregivers supporting someone who is dying

I am working on a project to support terminally ill patients. I am particularly interested in how to best support caregivers. I am working with health network willing to try innovative approaches. I would welcome any references to other projects or articles that would help

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3rd Aug, 2017
Patricia Ann Herlihy
Rocky Mountain Research
Don't have an answer off the top of my head.... but would encourage you to look at the Alzheimer's Association Website or call them.... i am sure they have plenty of information, as well as Hospice Association
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3rd Aug, 2017
Ella Walding
Royal College of Art
Thank you, that's very helpful

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