Canadian Journal of Cardiology

The High Stress of Caregiving on Women Living With a Cardiovascular Health Condition

      Caregiving, a role women perform more commonly than men, places many burdens on the caregiver. High levels of caregiving responsibilities may impact the health and self-care of women living with cardiovascular disease (CVD). This project sought to understand the type and source of supports needed when the caregiver, a woman living with CVD, is also trying to manage her own chronic health condition.
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