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Reciprocal Suffering: The Need to Improve Family Caregivers' Quality of Life through Palliative Care
Journal of Palliative Medicine
There is growing recognition of the reciprocity of suffering by patients and families experiencing terminal illness and the need to improve the quality of their lives as the patient's illness progresses. Research is presented that addresses the importance of a dyadic perspective in recognizing patients' and families' stress and adjustment and the related physical, emotional, social, spiritual and financial needs at the end-of-life. These aspects of quality of life are specifically addressed bydoi:10.1089/jpm.1998.1.357 pmid:15859854 fatcat:mliegrw5fvgnteqkgd7sbcxseu