Implementing e-mental health for informal caregivers of adults with cancer

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This research research projects aims for developing an e-mental health intervention for informal caregivers of adults with a cancer, with a specific focus on context, to maximize acceptability and feasibility for implementation within the Swedish healthcare setting. Principal investigators: Professor Louise von Essen and Dr. Joanne Woodford, Department of Women's and Children's Health, Uppsala University. 

The project is part of the European Training Network on Informal Care (ENTWINE), which is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovation Training Network funded by the European Union and focused on the adoption of technology to deliver innovative solutions to support informal caregivers. You can read more about ENTWINE here

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