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Carers' stress not detected by nurses



Carers' stress not detected by nurses



Nursing Standard 1987) 10(6): 14-14



NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">Carers of hospitalised elderly patients suffer significant psychiatric morbidity, which is not related to dependants' disabilities and is poorly identified by nurses, research suggests.

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