Caregiver burden and health-related quality of life among Japanese stroke caregivers

Morimoto, Tomoko; Schreiner, Andrea S.; Asano, Hitoshi
March 2003
Age & Ageing;Mar2003, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p218
Academic Journal
Presents a study that examined the relationship between caregiver burden and health-related quality of life in family caregivers of older stroke patients in Japan. Methods; Results; Discussion.


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