Table 2: Trend of the selected studies for caregivers in Korea (N=145).

Publication
Year
1990-1999 2000-2009 2010-2016
n % n % n %
Outcome
Variables
QOL 9 45.00 QOL 25 25.51 QOL 24 23.08
Burden 7 35.00 Burden 20 20.41 Burden 18 17.31
CE 3 15.00 CE 17 17.35 CE 16 15.38
Coping 1 5.00 Depression 5 5.10 Depression 7 6.73
Stress 4 4.08 Stress 4 3.85
Burn out 3 3.06 Well-being 3 2.88
Well-being 2 2.04 Coping 3 2.88
HRQOL 2 2.04 Adaptation 2 1.92
Social
Support
2 2.04 Health Status 2 1.92
*Others 18 18.37 Social Support 2 1.92
Anxiety 2 1.92
Burn out 2 1.92
**Others 19 18.27

Note. CE = caregiving experience; HRQOL = health-related quality of life; QOL = quality of life. *Others = health-related outcomes; functions; care type; educational needs; perceived health status; needs; mood; relationship with patient; family function; family hardiness; adaptation; sleep; health status. **Others = family characteristics; caregiver reaction; education needs; suffering experience; program satisfaction; cognitive behavior; conflict process; unmet needs; mental health; psychological response; hope; nursing needs; caregiving mastery; posttraumatic growth; decision making; fatigue.

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