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The objective of this study was to identify the relationship between the degree of uncertainty in the child’s chronic condition and family distress. Data were collected from parents (173 mothers, 150 fathers) of young children (12 to 30 months old) who had been diagnosed with a chronic physical...
This concept analysis includes the definition, characteristics, boundaries, preconditions, and outcomes of the concept of trust between the family and health care provider. Based on the results of this concept analysis, trust between the family and health care provider is defined as a process,...
The purpose of this research was to examine relationships among family demands, family resources, family problem-solving communication, family coping, and sibling well-being in 41 families of children with Down syndrome. The guiding framework for this research was the resiliency model of family...
Prostate cancer is a leading public health concern. Despite advances leading to early detection, the scientific community is at odds as to whether such early detection is beneficial in terms of improved survival and quality of life. Currently available treatment options carry significant side...
Despite a growing emphasis on gender differences in parental response to childhood illness and disability, relatively few studies have compared how mothers and fathers adapt to having an ill child. This article explores how mothers and fathers of a child with a chronic illness viewed their...
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