Family members caring for mental health care users in the Vhembe district
A multi-method design was used to develop a psychoeducational programme to support family members caring for mental health care users in the Vhembe District of Limpopo Province, South Africa. The study adopted a pragmatic approach in three phases, of which Phase 1 of the study used qualitative, explorative, descriptive, and contextual approaches. One-on-one semi-structured individual interviews with the family members were used to collect qualitative data. Braun and Clark's thematic data analysis was employed to analyse the collected qualitative data.
University of Pretoria (UP) Postgraduate Bursary
South African Medical Research Council
Sustainable Development Goals
- 3 Good Health and Well-Being