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Research to date has overlooked the specific relationship between parents and nurses, particularly in the context of family-centered care for a hospitalized child with cancer. The purpose of this study was to describe how parents perceive the relationship with the pediatric staff nurse...
A descriptive, correlational design was used to investigate the relationship of the longevity of the cancer experience and the presence of a relapse to the child's self-perception, cancer stressors, anxiety, and use of coping strategies. The 44 children included in this study were 6½ to 13½...
Group support for bereaved parents whose child died from cancer has been suggested as a means of helping parents express emotions about their loss and improve their coping. Using a quasi-experimental design, we sought to determine the selected psychosocial effects of participation in a support...
This descriptive study investigated nursing interventions used by pediatric oncology nurses to provide social support to siblings of children with cancer. The study was guided by House's conceptualization of social support which includes components of emotional, instrumental, informational, and...
This commentary reflects the views of Mrs N. Howlett a pediatric oncology nurse practitioner, and Mrs Linda Casey, mother of 16-year-old Jeremy Casey who died from alveolar soft part sarcoma in 1992. Howlett and Casey had a parent-nurse relationship throughout the 13 months that Jeremy received...
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