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Empathy and Psychological Adjustment in Siblings of Children with

Objective To examine relationships between empathy, illness concepts, sibling relationship variables, and psychological adjustment among siblings of children with cancer. Methods Participants were 29 siblings and 14 children diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, acute myelocytic leukemia, or non-Hodgkin's  ...

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The Integration of Psychology in Pediatric Oncology Research and

The Integration of Psychology in Pediatric Oncology. Research and Practice. Collaboration to Improve Care and Outcomes for Children and Families. Anne E. Kazak. Nemours Children's Health System, Wilmington,. Delaware, and Thomas Jefferson University. Robert B. Noll. University of Pittsburgh. Childhood cancers are ...

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Neuropsychological outcome of children undergoing bone marrow

1Division of Oncology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; 2Department of Pediatrics, Division of Oncology, The Children's. Hospital of ..... Perspectives on Children with Cancer. Oxford University. Press: New York, 1994, pp 143–170. 3 Phipps S, Brenner M, Heslop H et al. Psychological effects of bone marrow ...

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REFERENCES on TRANSITION

Peer education in schools for children with cancer. Issues in Comprehensive. Pediatric Nursing, 7, 101-106. 152) Granowetter, L. (1994). Pediatric oncology: A medical overview. In D.J. Bearison & R.K. Mulhern. (Eds.), Pediatric psychooncology: Psychological perspectives on children with cancer (pp. 9-34). 153) Grant, S.

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Anne E. Kazak, PhD, ABPP

Jul 18, 2016 ... 2010-2012 Chief, Section of Behavioral Oncology, Center for Childhood Cancer Research,. The Children's ... 1999-2004 Director, Psychology Research, Department of Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania. 1991-1999 ..... intervention approaches from a family/systems and public health perspective.

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Palliative Care Perspectives Assessment and management of

Items 1 - 10 of 14 ... David J. Bearison and Raymond K. Mulhern in Pediatric Psychooncology: Psychological Perspectives on Children with. Cancer. Published in print: 1994 Published Online: November 2011. ISBN: 9780195079319 eISBN: 9780199999804. Item type: chapter. Publisher: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/.

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Distressing Events for Children and Adolescents With Cancer: Child

general perspective. With a qualitative ap- proach, Enskar and coworkers (1997a ) inter- viewed five children with cancer, 6 to 12 years of age, and five parents about ..... Pediatric oncology: A medical overview. In D. Bearison & R. Mulhern ( Eds.), Pediatric psychooncology. Psychological perspectives on children with cancer.

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Family Impact of Neurodevelopmental Late Effects in Survivors of

Sep 18, 2016 ... and clinical care addressing the role of ND late effects from a systems perspective. ... Children's Hospital. Her primary research interest is in the long- term psychological outcomes of childhood cancer survivors and their families. ...... families. In D.J. Bearison & R.K. Mulhern (Eds.), Pediatric psychooncology:.

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Identity in Adolescent Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Gavaghan and Roach (1987) found fewer. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Vol. 25, No. 2, 2000, pp. 105–115. Identity in Adolescent Survivors of. Childhood Cancer. Avi Madan-Swain,1 PhD, Ronald T. Brown,2 PhD, Martha A. Foster,3 PhD,. Roger Vega,4 MD, Kelly Byars,5 MA, Wendy Rodenberger,6 Beverly Bell,4 MD,.

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A Mixed Methods Assessment of Coping with Pediatric Cancer

Moreover, children and their families frequently report psychosocial cancer- related stressors, such as distressing emotional reactions (Hildenbrand, Clawson , Alderfer, .... tionally, most psycho-oncology research has focused on survivors, with rel- ... assessing coping with specific cancer-related stressors, (3) examining child.

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Supportive Care Needs of Parents of Children With Cancer

designed to examine the constellation of supportive care needs. ➤ A prospective assessment of needs from the perspective of parents and providers would be the next logical step of inquiry to assist in the planning and provision of quality care from diagnosis to treatment. Parents dealing with childhood cancer face many dif- .

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Psychosocial Impact of Pediatric Cancer on Parents: A Literature

Suggestions for further research are presented to support efficient psychosocial interventions and minimize the psychosocial costs experienced by pediatric caregivers over the course of onco-hematological treatments. Keywords: Childhood Cancer, Caregivers, Children, Psycho-oncology. Impacto Psicossocial do Câncer ...

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Pediatric Blood & Cancer

approaches to reduce distress and support patients and families. [1–3] Yet, there is a ... based standards for pediatric psycho-oncology care.[4] To address ... Meta -Analyses; PSCPCC, Psychosocial Standards of Care Project for. Childhood Cancer. 1Pediatric Oncology Branch, National Cancer Institute, Center for. Cancer ...

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The Impact of Childhood Cancer on Family Functioning: A Review

teristics might remind the family of the child's cancer, they could also have a psychological impact on the family (Björk, Wiebe, & Hallström, 2005; Quin, 2008). Impact of Childhood Cancer Over the Treat- ment Phases. Alderfer and Kazak ( 2006) describe the impact of childhood cancer on families through the four phases of ...

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Psychosocial Barriers and Facilitators to Clinical Trial Enrollment

With Cancer abstract. Adolescents (aged 15–19 years) have not experienced the same sur- vival gains as children and older adults diagnosed with cancer. Poor ... social factors affecting clinical trial accrual and adherence. Pediatrics. 2014;133: S123–S130. AUTHORS: Natasha D. Buchanan, PhD,a Rebecca Block,.

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The Effects of Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on Social

psychosocial effects of childhood cancer is marked by inconsistent conclusions as well as methodological limitations. ...... Perspective. In the pediatric psycho- oncology literature, social competence has often been broadly and generally defined as a child's involvement in sports and outside activities, quality and quantity of ...

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Psychosocial Impact of Pediatric Cancer on Parents: A Literature

Suggestions for further research are presented to support efficient psychosocial interventions and minimize the psychosocial costs experienced by pediatric caregivers over the course of onco-hematological treatments. Keywords: Childhood Cancer, Caregivers, Children, Psycho-oncology. Impacto Psicossocial do Câncer ...

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CURRICULUM VITAE

2006-present International Psycho-Oncology Society. 2008- .... Psycho-Oncology . Reviewer Panel. 2008-2012. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. Editorial Board. 2012-present Journal of Pediatric Psychology. GRANT REVIEWS ...... Child- rearing in the context of childhood cancer: Perspectives of parents and professionals.

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with Life Domains Scale for Cancer (SLDS-C)A. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology ... (1997) Families surviving childhood can- cer: A comparison of posttraumatic stress symptoms with families of healthy children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 22, 843–59. .... Occupational Therapy Perspective, Toronto: CAOT Publications.

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Siblings of Pediatric Cancer Patients: The quantitative and

Bearison, D.J, & Mulhern, R.K. (1994). Pediatric Psychooncology: Psychological perspectives on children with cancer. New York: Oxford University Press. Briery, B.G., & Rabian, B. (1999). Psychosocial changes associated with participation in Pediatric summer camp. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 24, 183-190. Carpenter  ...

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