Unaids best practice collection highlights preventing carer burnout inter mission care and rehabilitation society imcares. Unaids best practice collection preventing carer burnout inter mission care and rehabilitation society imcares. Preventing carer burnout inter mission care and rehabilitation society imcares unaids publication out of print isbn 13 imcares mumbai india to care for their staff and volunteers employed in their programmes and as carers in the community their strategy and practice may provide useful lessons in caring for carers for both secular and . This study focuses on the experience and practice of the inter mission care and rehabilitation society imcares a registered charitable society based in mumbai maharashtra state india it aims to provide guidelines in dealing with burnout in care givers especially those that handle people with hiv brief case studies from rwanda and thailand are also presented highlighting the findings . Burnout is not an event but a process in which every day stresses and anxieties that are not addressed gradually undermine the carers mental and physical health so that even tually care giving and personal relationships sufferas a medical condition burnout has no clear definition but as a psychological condition it has been well defined1 and is increasingly recognized by
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