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Best article, 2021
Congratulations to Shawn Flanigan and Megan Welsh on the selection of their paper, "Unmet Needs of Individuals Experiencing Homelessness Near San Diego Waterways: The Roles of Displacement and Overburdened Service Systems" as the best article published in JHHSA, 2021. We are pleased to make this paper freely available to all readers - attached here as a PDF and available in volume 43, issue 2.
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The Burnout Risk for Male Caregivers in Providing Care to Spouses Afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease
LARRY HUBBELL and KELLY HUBBELL
JHHSA, Vol. 25 No. 1,
In a review of the Alzheimer’s and burnout literature, it seems apparent
that Alzheimer’s caregivers, especially male caregivers, are particularly
subject to burnout. Male caregivers are seemingly more likely to
experience the typical symptoms of burnout, namely: depersonali-
zation, diminished personal accomplishment, and emotional exhaus-
tion. Unfortunately, male caregivers also seem less inclined to seek out
community services. In addition to reviewing the literature, this article
also proposes some research questions for further study.
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