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Digital Subscriptions > Mental Health Nursing > Feb/Mar 2019 > ’Sandwich carers’ more likely to have mental ill-health

’Sandwich carers’ more likely to have mental ill-health

So-called ‘sandwich carers’ – those who care for both sick, disabled or older relatives and dependent children – are more likely to report symptoms of mental ill-health, feel less satisfied with life, and struggle financially compared with the general population, new figures show. Data from the Office for National Statistics shows almost 27% of sandwich carers show symptoms of mental ill-health while caring for both sick, disabled or

older relatives and children.

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The new edition of Mental Health Nursing is now available, featuring a range of news, views and papers: - News on developments in mental health and mental health nursing - Examining the NHS Long Term Plan - The findings of the Mental Health Act review - A research report on risk factors for depression in Eritrea - Student focus on charity work - Standing up for the LGBT+ community - Interview with Jonathan Gadsby - Resource reviews