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Objectives *Identify 3 barriers to the provision of care in rural areas for children with life-limiting illnesses and their families. *Describe 3 approaches to improving the provisions of care in rural areas for children with lifelimiting illnesses…

Context: Pediatric palliative care has no evidence-based needs assessment measure. The Parent and Child Needs Survey (PCNeeds) is a new instrument designed to assess the needs of children in palliative care, including children receiving end-of-life…

CONTEXT: Pediatric palliative care has no evidence-based needs assessment measure. The Parent and Child Needs Survey (PCNeeds) is a new instrument designed to assess the needs of children in palliative care, including children receiving end-of-life…

Background: Parents of children with cancer admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) often obtain support from social workers and/or chaplains (SWs/Cs). Yet, empirical work describing the roles and activities of SWs/Cs caring for patients…

Objectives
Describe categories of need faced by parents and
patients in pediatric palliative care.
Describe unmet needs faced by parents and patients
in pediatric palliative care.
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Describe…
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