Do carer’s levels of unmet needs change over time when caring for patients diagnosed with high-grade glioma and how are these needs correlated with distress?
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The aim of the current study was to determine how carer needs changed longitudinally and understand associations between unmet needs and distress.
Halkett, G. and Lobb, E. and Shaw, T. and Sinclair, M. and Miller, L. and Hovey, E. and Nowak, A. 2017. Do carer’s levels of unmet needs change over time when caring for patients diagnosed with high-grade glioma and how are these needs correlated with distress?. Supportive Care in Cancer. xx (xx): pp. 1-12.
Supportive Care in Cancer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
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