caregiver stressors

caregiver stressors

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as severity of biopsychosocial pressure on a family care provider caring for another over an extended period of time. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Gender differences in caregiver stressors, social resources, and health: An updated meta-analysis.
In a review of the literature related to caregiving that involved home technologies such as dialysis and mechanical ventilation, Smith (1996) identified a number of caregiver stressors, including demanding physical care of patients, disruptive scheduling of treatment regimes, management of household and financial affairs, and observation of patients' worsening conditions.