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In recent years, the care of people with long-term and persistent mental illness has been shifting from institutional to community care with a consequent increase in the use of informal carers. Given that both professionals and carers are human resources contributing to the health and well-being of patients, it is surprising that so little research on the needs of carers or means to improve their effectiveness has been undertaken.doi:10.1192/pb.20.3.131 fatcat:n7n6rhghqfgi5dz6om7uduqnxy