Models of Caregiving – References

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Braithwaite DO, Baxter LA. Engaging theories in family communication: Multiple perspectives. Sage Publications; 2005.

Curry LC, Walker CA, Moore P, Hogstel MO. Validating a Model of Chronic Illness and Family Caregiving. Journal of Theory Construction & Testing. 2010;14(1).

Demiris G, Oliver DP, Wittenberg-Lyles E. Assessing caregivers for team interventions (ACT): a new paradigm for comprehensive hospice quality care. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. 2008.

Fletcher BS, Miaskowski C, Given B, Schumacher K. The cancer family caregiving experience: an updated and expanded conceptual model. European Journal of Oncology Nursing. 2012;16(4):387-398.

Hudson P, Payne S. Family carers in palliative care: a guide for health and social care professionals. Oxford University Press; 2009.

Kellas JK, Horstman HK. Communicated Narrative Sense-Making. In: Turner LH, West R, eds. The SAGE Handbook of Family Communication. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications; 2014:76-90.

Lingler JH, Sherwood PR, Crighton MH, Song M-K, Happ MB. Conceptual challenges in the study of caregiver-care recipient relationships. Nursing research. 2008;57(5):367.

Stamataki Z, Ellis J, Costello J, Fielding J, Burns M, Molassiotis A. Chronicles of informal caregiving in cancer: using ‘The Cancer Family Caregiving Experience’model as an explanatory framework. Supportive Care in Cancer. 2014;22(2):435-444.

Wuest J, Hodgins MJ. Reflections on methodological approaches and conceptual contributions in a program of caregiving research: Development and testing of Wuest’s theory of family caregiving. Qualitative Health Research. 2010:1049732310385010.

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