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.
There are two main ways to use the Research Library. The first is to search using the fields below. The second is to browse by category lower down the page.
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The publications in this research library may contain references to sensitive issues and cause distress. If you or someone you are with is in immediate danger, please call 000. If you feel upset or are in distress, you can contact Lifeline, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by phoning 13 11 14 or texting 0477 13 11 14. For other information on support for carers please visit our support for carers page.
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The effect of informal caring on mental health among adolescents and young adults in Australia
Ludmila Fleitas Alfonzo, George Disney, Ankur Singh, Koen Simons, Tania King
Disrupted Identities, Invisibility and Precarious Support
Jane Ussher, Kimberley Allison, Samantha Ryan, Janette Perz , The Out with Cancer Study Team
Mental health family carer experiences of COVID-19 in Australia
National Mental Health Consumer & Carer Forum
Peer support for parents of children with complex needs
Cat Strawa, Gina-Maree Sartore
Autism, our kids, our stories
‘The palliative care ambulance’
Aileen Collier, Ann Dadich, Cathie Jeffs, Andrew Noble, Gregory B Crawford
Supportive care for carers of people with high-grade glioma
Finding my way
National Ageing Research Institute
Mental health of young informal carers
Ludmila Fleitas Alfonzo, Ankur Singh, George Disney, Jennifer Ervin, Tania King
Sharing common grounds of caring
Experiences of social welfare policy in the context of caring and bereavement in Western Sydney