By kristalamb
Posted date: July 31, 2018

As posted on the Aging Community Health  Website

If you’re a researcher who wants to make the most of the contributions from caregiver partners, you’ll want to watch our latest video.

Gail juggles the demands of being a family caregiver and yet still makes time to be an Aging, Community and Health Research Unit caregiver research partner. In this short video she shares her experience and perspectives about caregiving and sheds light on what researchers really need to know when working with caregivers as research partners. Listen as she reveals what has worked well in partnering with research teams and the benefits she sees of being a caregiver research partner.


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