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    Title: A Qualitative Study on the Induced Needs of Primary Caregivers with Bipolar Disorder
    Authors: huang ya shiue
    Contributors: Department of Healthcare Administration/Healthcare Division
    Keywords: primary caregiver?bipolar disorder?induced need?grounded theory? qualitative research
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2009-11-17 19:12:21 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Background: Bipolar Disorder is second most common illness for psychosis.
    Patients with bipolar disorder sometimes are on stable condition,
    rather than patients with schizophrenia most of time have poor outcome,
    which result in heavy burden for caregivers. The purpose of this research is
    to explore the induced needs of health care and social care for chief caregiver
    with bipolar disorder.
    Methods: Face to face interviews are carried out for twelve chief
    caregivers with bipolar disorders after adopting the Institution Review
    Board (IRB) recommendations. The study subjects recruit from the
    Psychiatric Hospital and Mental Rehabilitation Association in Taipei city.
    The interviews were recorded and transcribed, and the data analysis based
    on grounded theory.
    Results: The study results found that chief caregivers with bipolar
    disorder induced healthcare needs from the process of taking care of
    patients, which include the information for psychiatric diseases, twentyfour
    hours psychia-tric emergency services, consultation for patient care by
    telephone, psychiatric acute wards, intensive care unit for psychiatry, a
    helper at admission, home care, day care services, rehabilitation services
    and psychiatric chron-ic wards. The induced social care needs for chief
    caregivers include house-keeping, respite care, institutional respite care,
    subsidize, job arrangement, living replacement, family group and case
    management. Most caregivers are not aware of mental healthcare system
    and unsure how to seek for ser-vices.
    Conclusions: This study suggests offering the compressive and
    continuity services for patient and caregivers with bipolar. Further, to
    provide more information about bipolar disorder for the publics and
    caregivers with bipolar disorder. In future research, this study advances to
    elucidate induced needs for caregivers with bipolar disorder amongst
    different area and demographic characteristics of patients.
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