CRRS - Caregiver Roles and Responsibilities Scale
The CRRS is an instrument designed for informal caregivers to patients with cancer. The term informal in this context refers to unpaid; i.e. the care they provide is not their paid employment. The term caregiver in this context refers to someone who provides emotional and/or practical and/or personal care to the patient.
The CRRS measures caregiver wellbeing across five core subscales: support and impact; lifestyle; emotional health and wellbeing; self-care and financial wellbeing. A standalone subscale - jobs and career, is completed only by people who are currently employed.
The CRRS is not restricted to use in any specific type or stage of cancer.
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