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Cabrera, Esther

Informal Caregivers' Roles in Dementia: The Impact on Their Quality of Life

The constantly changing process of caring for a person with dementia affects the informal caregivers' role due to its psychosocial impact. This cross-sectional study aimed to analyze the impact of the Person with Dementia informal caregiver's role caregiver to a person with dementia on the self-perceived quality of life (QoL) of the caregiver. In total, 160 informal caregivers were recruited between January and December 2019.

Fri, 12/11/2020 - 11:35

Empowering education of arthroplasty patients' significant others in three Southern European countries

Aims and objectives To examine the relationship between significant others' expected and received knowledge and their background characteristics in three Mediterranean countries (Cyprus, Greece, Spain), all of which deal with economic restrictions, have similar social support systems with the family members acting as family caregivers, and cultural similarities. Background Significant others' role is a key element in the older patients' postoperative recovery.

Mon, 04/01/2019 - 10:33

Costs and Burden Associated With Loss of Labor Productivity in Informal Caregivers of People With Dementia: Results From Spain

Aims: We analyzed indirect costs related to loss of labor productivity (LLP) in informal caregivers (ICs) of people with dementia (PwD) and the associated caregiver burden and patients' clinical variables.; Methods: Multicenter cohort study of PwD and their ICs (n = 287) focused on two groups: (1) home care and (2) institutional long-term care. The costs of LLP were assessed using the Resource Utilization Dementia instrument and a human capital approach.; Results: The cost for LLP was 378&OV0556;/month or 4.536&OV0556;/year.

Thu, 01/31/2019 - 11:48

Informal dementia care: consequences for caregivers' health and health care use in 8 European countries

Background: Informal (dementia) care has economic consequences throughout the health care system. Whilst the health and wellbeing of the care recipient might improve, the health of the caregiver might also change, typically for the worse. Therefore, this analysis aims to examine the association between caregiving intensity and caregivers’ health and health care utilization.

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 15:15