Following the transition into residential long-term care (RLTC), family caregivers of older adults with dementia often continue to provide a range of help. The ability of caregivers to fulfill these roles may be complicated by relationships with RLTC facility staff, who may view family caregivers as advocates, visitors, and/or disrupters.
Embedded parallel mixed methods analysis
Detailed case notes provided source material for qualitative thematic analysis
Zmora, R, Statz TL, Birkeland R, McCarron H, Finlay JM, Gaugler JE. Mechanisms and Impacts of Counseling on Family-Staff Relationships in Residential Long-Term Care. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL (2019).
Zmora, Rachel; Statz, Tamara L.; Birkeland, Robyn; McCarron, Hayley; Finlay, Jessica; Rosebush, Christina; Gaugler, Joseph E..
Mechanisms and Impacts of Counseling on Family-Staff Relationships in Residential Long-Term Care.
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