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  • Ahmad Ramli, F.Z., Tilse, C. and Wilson, J. (2022) The impact of culture and religion on pathways of help seeking and support among family carers of older adults with mental illness, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 42540, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16415750758531.

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  • Awuviry-Newton, K., Nkansah, J., Newton, A. and Abekah-Carter, K. (2022) Older people’s long-term care experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana: a qualitative descriptive study, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 40924, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16316397347134.

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  • Christensen, K. and Bikova, M. (2022) Contextualising everyday ethics in social care work based on two case studies of Norwegian long-term care, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 392408, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16345698940490.

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  • Constantin, A., Hamilton, M., Zettna, N., Baird, M., Dinale, D., Gulesserian, L. and Williams, A. (2022) Looking beyond hours of care: the effects of care strain on work withdrawal among Australian workers, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 31834, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16393997978971.

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  • Foley, R. and Hughes, Z. (2022) The value of data visualisation: tracking geographies of informal care in Ireland, International Journal of Care and Caring, 2002–16, 6(3): 44154, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16359698882193.

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  • Gallagher, A., Lane, A., Egan, C., Ota, K., Aoishi, K., Nakayama, N., Kasimovskaya, N., Fomina, E., Geraskina, N., Shalakhova, A. and Cox, A. (2022) Views of Generation Z regarding care and care careers: a four-country study, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 35577, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16308608299691.

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  • Shirazi, S., Fry, G. and Parveen, S. (2022) Family carers’ perceptions of behavioural and psychological symptoms in people living with dementia, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 37891, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16387999415042.

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  • Strandell, R. and Stranz, A. (2022) Dimensions of job precariousness and associations with workers’ health and well-being in Swedish homecare, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 33554, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16349200319640.

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  • White, S. and Lewis, S. (2022) Challenges of research with carers in a hospital setting in Australia: trialling the Carer Readiness Tool, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 4618, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16426117732990.

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  • Williams, A. and Bank, J. (2022) Support for working carers across the globe: the development of international standardised guidelines for the workplace, International Journal of Care and Caring, 6(3): 45560, doi: 10.1332/239788221X16498691269944.

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