Typologies of caring relationships: using photographs and supportive narrative to contextualise and map the experience of caring at home for a person with dementia

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Hibberd, P. 2010. Typologies of caring relationships: using photographs and supportive narrative to contextualise and map the experience of caring at home for a person with dementia.
AuthorsHibberd, P.
TypeConference paper
Year2010
ConferenceInternational Psychogeriatric Association International Meeting
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Deposited08 Jun 2011
Output statusUnpublished
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