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SIT? Evidence review on how third sector carer organisations support unpaid carers achieve their personal outcomes

Last Updated: Wednesday 8 November 2017

The literature review explores the evidence around carers outcomes and the impact of the caring role. This is far from a comprehensive review of the formal research evidence. Rather, examples have been selected to evidence short, medium and longer-term outcomes for carers, as outlined in the logic model for the project. This is partly an adaptation of a previous literature review for A Stitch in Time?

A total of 18 studies were included, representing formal academic research as well as research by voluntary organisations, or both.