The Carer Knowledge Exchange Research Library is a collection of recent Australian publications and other resources that contain reliable research about family and friend carers. It is constantly being added to, and you can suggest research to be included here.
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Cost a barrier to healthcare for older Australians
Communique: Carer Knowledge Exchange Research Incubator, 16-18 May 2023
A systematic review comparing cardiovascular disease among informal carers and non-carers
Ameer Lambrias, Jennifer Ervin, Yamna Taouk, Tania King
Exposure to risk and experiences of river flooding for people with disability and carers in rural Australia
Jodie Bailie, Veronica Matthews, Ross Bailie, Michelle Villeneuve, Jo Longman
Caregiver burden and the associated factors in the family caregivers of patients with schizophrenia
Leila Gholizadeh , Farnaz Rahmani, Fariborz Roshanghar, Elnaz Asghari
Routines of isolation?
Emma Kirby, Georgia van Toorn, Zarnie Lwin
Caring for others and yourself
Carers Australia, University of Canberra
Scoping review of family interventions that support the physical health of caregivers
Abner Weng Cheong Poon, Julia Lappin, Alyssa Cassidy, Jan Breckenridge
Promoting well-being among people with early-stage dementia and their family carers through community-based group singing
Sophie Lee, Desmond O’Neill, Hilary Moss
Lifetime active care
Laynie Hall Pullin, Heather McKenzie
The contribution of wellness centres to cancer care
Kerry Haynes, Anna Ugalde, Lise Pittman, Deanne Linde, Michele Shields, Patricia Livingston
Health of carers of young people with early psychosis
Abner Weng Cheong Poon, Jackie Curtis, Ann Howard, Philip Ward, Julia Lappin