The State of Family Caregiving: A Nursing Perspective
Family caregiving is an area that has received extensive attention in the professional and public domains. The graying of America, the looming aging and retirement of the baby-boomers, increased pressures to care for the chronically ill in their homes, and changes in health care service reimbursement systems all contribute to the generalized concerns regarding caregiving.
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