Civil society organisations
American Psychological Association
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Bouget, D. Spasova S. and Vanhercke, B.
Work-life balance measures for persons of working age with dependent relatives in Europe. A study of national policies. Brussels: European Commission, 2016.
Caswell G, Hardy B, Ewing G, et al
“Supporting family carers in home-based end-of-life care: using participatory action research to develop a training programme for support workers and volunteers.”
BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care August 2017.
Coles A., Cartmell R.
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White Paper on Cancer Carers. Brussels: ECPC, 2017.
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Expert Group on Metastatic Breast Cancer.
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“The road to a better normal: Breast cancer patients and survivors in the EU workforce.” 2017.
Luengo-Fernandez R., Leal J., Gray A., Sullivan R.
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Manneh-Vangramberen M., Muscaritoli A.,Molfino F. ,Scala F., De Lorenzo K., Christoforidi I.
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Schubart JR., Jane R., Kinzie M.B., and Farace E.
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WHO, International Agency for Research on Cancer.
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YouGov and Macmillan Cancer Support.
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This publication has been developed by Eurocarers, in cooperation with the European Cancer Patient Coalition, and the European Association for Palliative Care.
Some of this content is based on information provided by Macmillan Cancer Support.
Contact: Claire Champeix
Eurocarers wish to thank for their contribution to this project: Charlotte Argyle (Macmillan Cancer Support); Alex Filicevas (ECPC); Pf. Elizabeth Hanson (Eurocarers); Petra Hoogendoorn; Julie Ling, Irene Murphy and Man-Britt Guldin (EAPC); Alison Penny (National Bereavement Alliance, UK); and the members of Eurocarers’ Research Working Group.
We also thank very warmly the informal carers of a person affected by cancer who kindly accepted to share their experience.
Eurocarers gratefully acknowledges the support of Merck, and Pfizer in producing this toolkit. The scope and the content of this toolkit are the sole responsibility of Eurocarers.
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