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This paper outlines how art-based techniques and activities can applied for use in consultation work and/or research projects with children and young people. First, the concept of what constitutes an art-based activity and how it might be used in consultation and/or research is explored....
Pain is among the most common effects of cancer and its treatment. Children and young people with cancer often consider pain from procedures and treatment to be the worst aspect of their illness. This study aimed to i) identify and describe knowledge and attitudes to pain and pain management...
It is now recognised that children as social actors, are competent witnesses to speak for themselves about their experiences of, and perspectives on, the social worlds in which they live (James et al., 1998). Consulting with children and young people directly is vital to gain an understanding of...
The objective of this paper was to explore the challenges identified by four health professionals working with families who misuse drugs in relation to family parenting responsibilities. Participants included a midwife, a public health nurse, a general practitioner and a specialist addiction...
This paper presents an analysis of the theory and reality of sampling `whole' families for a grounded theory research project exploring child and family management of acute childhood illness at home. Initial access to families for child health research projects can be difficult given the recent...
Sustaining the needs of people with chronic illness is a challenge facing health and social care services. Patients' knowledge about their disease can impact on improving the management of their care and may offer opportunity for increasing support (Department of Health, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005)....
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