1. Which choice below best reflects the problem statement for the instructor-assigned article?
Caregiver stress has been reported in approximately 60% of caregivers.
The purpose of the research study was to determine the relationship between self-efficacy and perceived stress in adult informal caregivers providing end-of-life care.
Because identification of factors that reduce negative outcomes is vital to the psychological and physical health of informal caregivers, researchers should study the influence of self-efficacy on caregivers providing care to patients with diverse health conditions.
Research shows the potential for self-efficacy to buffer negative physical outcomes resulting from caregiving, but the majority of studies of caregiver stress were conducted on informal caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer disease or dementia.
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