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To explore siblings’needs and issues when a brother or sister dies of cancer, interviews were conducted with 10 surviving children and young adults. The siblings expressed dissatisfaction with the information they had received and said that they had not felt involved in the dying process with...
As health-related research on children shifts from seeking information about children to seeking information directly from them, researchers recognize the need for developmentally appropriate methods such as drawing to help children communicate their experiences. This international study sought...
When a child is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, such as cancer, there is much disruption to the family. It is a struggle for parents to divide their time between the hospital, home, and other healthy siblings. Nurses strive to provide family-centered care, which involves siblings in...
A child with osteogenic sarcoma of the sacral spine has complex nursing and interdisciplinary team needs. The course of one patient is discussed, both from the patient and family’s perspective and that of her inter-disciplinary care team. The need for a coordinated, holistic approach to care...
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