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Title: Coping with schizophrenia in the family A study of primary caregivers
Researcher: Thangarajan Cecilia, M
Guide(s): Mathew,G
Keywords: Social Work
Upload Date: 7-Aug-2014
University: Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Completed Date: n.d.
Abstract: Mental health care is given a low priority in India and the newlineexisting care facilities are inadequate and inaccessible The newlinefamilies in India today as in the past continue to be important newlineresource centres in the care of their members Today there newlineis a lot of emphasis on family al1d community based care and newlinerehabilitation However the empirical data pertaining to how newlinethe families in India are coping in the care of their ill newlinemembers or why some families cope better than others are newlineinadequate Hence this study is on Coping with schizophrenia in newlinethe family A study of primary caregivers
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