Dementia carers’ experience of long-term care during the COVID-19 pandemic: an international grounded theory study

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Chung, P. and Naef, R. 2023. Dementia carers’ experience of long-term care during the COVID-19 pandemic: an international grounded theory study.
AuthorsChung, P. and Naef, R.
TypeConference paper
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Conference paper at the 16th International Family Nursing Conference - Global Innovations in Family Nursing: Advancing Family Health

KeywordsDementia; Caregiving; COVID 19; Long-term care; Facilities
Year2023
ConferenceInternational Family Nursing Association 2023
Related URLhttps://internationalfamilynursing.org/ifnc16/
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