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Title: Reflections on family caregivers’ experiences during the pandemic
Author(s): Wilson-Nash, Carolyn
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Issue Date: Oct-2022
Date Deposited: 20-Sep-2022
Citation: Wilson-Nash C (2022) Reflections on family caregivers’ experiences during the pandemic. Journal of Community Nursing, 36 (5), p. 17.
Abstract: Before the pandemic, the UK was spending only 9.8% of gross domestic product (GDP) on health care, which is one of the lowest in the developed world, and only had a bed capacity of 2.5 per 1,000 people (Maizland and Felter, 2020). Thus, when the pandemic hit, NHS frontline services were rapidly overwhelmed. They responded by postponing nonemergency procedures, closing nonemergency services, and redeploying specialists, which released necessary hospital beds. Unfortunately, these actions had negative consequences for older people and their carers.
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