Browse Items (18 total)
- Tags: Truth Disclosure
Please Look at My Baby - When Clinicians Should Say the Word "Hospice"
'Just gripping my heart and squeezing': Naming and explaining the emotional experience of receiving bad news in the paediatric oncology setting
Medical ethics in pediatric critical care
Tags: 2013, Backlog, Child, Clinical, Critical Care, Critical Care Clinics, Decision Making, Dissent And Disputes, Ethics, Ethics Committees, Humans, Journal Article, Medical, Morrison WE, Orioles A, Parental Consent, Patient Rights, Pediatrics, Personal Autonomy, Professional-family Relations, Resource Allocation, Terminal Care, Tissue and Organ Procurement, Truth Disclosure, United States, Withholding Treatment
Training in difficult conversations: a national survey of pediatric hematology-oncology and pediatric critical care physicians
Tags: 2009, Backlog, Communication, Critical Care, Education, Fellowships And Scholarships, Female, Gyi L, Health Care Surveys, Hematology, Humans, Journal Article, Journal of Palliative Medicine, Kersun L, Male, Medical, Medical Oncology, Morrison WE, Pediatrics, Physicians, Teaching, Truth Disclosure
Are we training our fellows adequately in delivering bad news to patients? A survey of hematology/oncology program directors
Tags: 2009, Attitude Of Health Personnel, Backlog, Butera JN, Castillo J, Communication, Data Collection, Education, Fellowships And Scholarships, Graduate/economics/standards, Hebert HD, Hematology/education, Humans, Journal Article, Journal of Palliative Medicine, Medical, Medical Oncology/education, Mega AE, Physician-patient Relations, Truth Disclosure, United States
Compassionate silence in the patient-clinician encounter: a contemplative approach
Parents' perspectives on physician-parent communication near the time of a child's death in the pediatric intensive care unit
Tags: 2008, Adult, Anand KJ, Backlog, Bereavement, Carcillo J, Child, Communication, Dean JM, Death, Eggly S, Female, Hospital Mortality, Hospitals, Human Development Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network, Humans, Intensive Care Units, Interviews As Topic, Journal Article, Male, Meert KL, Middle Aged, National Institute of Child Health, Newth CJ, Nicholson C, Parents/psychology, Pediatric, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Physician's Role, Pollack M, Preschool, Professional-family Relations, Prognosis, Truth Disclosure, United States, Willson DF, Zimmerman J
Hope and prognostic disclosure
Tags: 2007, Adolescent, Adult, Attitude To Health, Backlog, Child, Cleary PD, Cook EF, Female, Grier HE, Humans, Infant, Journal Article, Journal Of Clinical Oncology, Mack JW, Male, Multivariate Analysis, Parent-child Relations, Physician-patient Relations, Preschool, Prognosis, Quality Of Life, Truth Disclosure, Weeks JC, Wolfe J
Attitudes of adolescent cancer survivors toward end-of-life decisions for minors.
Tags: 2009, Adolescent, Advance Directives, Assisted/px [Psychology], Attitude To Death, Backlog, Benoit Y, Bilsen J, Bomans A, Child, De Wilde J, Decision Making, Deliens L, DNAR, Euthanasia, Euthanasia/px [Psychology], Female, Humans, Informed Consent/px [Psychology], Interview, Journal Article, Male, Minors/px [Psychology], Mortier F, Neoplasms/px [psychology], Netherlands, Palliative Care/px [psychology], Passive, Pediatrics, Pousset G, Psychological, Right to Die, Sick Role, Suicide, Survivors/px [psychology], Terminal Care/px [psychology], Truth Disclosure, Verlooy J
Parental communication and children's behaviour following diagnosis of childhood leukaemia
Tags: 2005, Acute/diagnosis/drug therapy/psychology Male Parent-Child Relations Research Support, Adaptation, Backlog, Clarke SA, Davies H, Eiser C, Glaser A, Jenney M, Journal Article, Lymphocytic, mean age = 7.33 years) newly diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) were interviewed about (i) the child's reactions and behaviour following diagnosis, parents differ in their views about what to tell the child. In this study 55 parents of children (36 boys and 19 girls, parents' perceptions of childhood cancer affect the way they communicate with their child. These findings may be used to inform training packages in order to facilitate improved communicatio n amongst health professionals., PedPal Lit, Psycho-Oncology, Psychological Affect Antineoplastic Agents/administration & dosage Child Child BehaviorCommunication Female Health Education Humans Interview, Psychological Leukemia, Truth Disclosure
Talking about death with children who have severe malignant disease
Tags: 2004, Adolescent, Adult, Backlog, Bereavement, Chi-Square Distribution, Child, Death, Female, Henter JI, Humans, Journal Article, Kreicbergs U, Logistic Models, Male, Neoplasms, New England Journal Of Medicine, Onelov E, Parent-child Relations, Parents/psychology, Preschool, Steineck G, Sweden, Terminally Ill, Truth Disclosure, Valdimarsdottir U
Patients' perspectives on physician skill in end-of-life care: differences between patients with COPD, cancer, and AIDS
Tags: 2002, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome/psychology, Aged, Ambrozy DM, Attitude To Death, Backlog, Carline JD, Chest, Chronic Obstructive/psychology, Clinical Competence, Curtis JR, Ethics, Female, Focus Groups, Human, Journal Article, Male, Medical, Middle Age, Neoplasms/psychology, Non-U.S. Gov't, Physician-patient Relations, Pulmonary Disease, Ramsey PG, Shannon SE, Support, Terminal Care/psychology, Truth Disclosure, Wenrich MD
Complexities in prognostication in advanced cancer: "to help them live their lives the way they want to"
Tags: 2003, 80 And Over, Adenocarcinoma/drug therapy/secondary, Aged, algorithms, Antineoplastic Agents, Backlog, Christakis NA, Female, Hormonal/therapeutic use, Human, JAMA, Journal Article, Lamont EB, Non-U.S. Gov't, P.H.S., Patient Participation, Physician-patient Relations, Prognosis, Skin Neoplasms/drug therapy/secondary, Stomach Neoplasms/drug therapy/pathology, Support, Survival Analysis, Tamoxifen/therapeutic use, Truth Disclosure, U.S. Gov't
Influence of physician confidentiality assurances on adolescents' willingness to disclose information and seek future health care. A randomized controlled trial
Tags: 1997, Adolescent, Adolescent Health Services/utilization, Adolescent Transitions, Analysis of Variance, Backlog, California, Confidentiality, Disclosure, Empirical Approach, Female, Ford CA, Halpern-Felsher BL, Humans, Irwin CE, JAMA, Journal Article, Male, Millstein SG, Physician-patient Relations, Professional Patient Relationship, Regression Analysis, Truth Disclosure
Physician-older patient communication at the end of life.
Tags: 2000, Advance Care Planning, Advance Directive Adherence, Advance Directives, Aged, Attitude To Death, Backlog, Clinics In Geriatric Medicine, Communication, DNAR, Empirical Research, Female, Humans, Journal Article, Levin BW, Male, Palliative Care/mt [methods], Patient Participation, Physician-patient Relations, Siegler EL, Terminal Care/mt [methods], Time Factors, Truth Disclosure
Attitudes and beliefs of palliative care physicians regarding communication with terminally ill cancer patients.
Tags: 2000, Attitude Of Health Personnel, Backlog, Bruera E, Canada, Cross-cultural Comparison, DNAR, Europe, Family/px [psychology], Female, Humans, Journal Article, Male, Mazzocato C, Neoplasms/px [psychology], Neumann CM, Palliative Care/px [psychology], Palliative Medicine, Patient-centered Care, Physician-patient Relations, Prognosis, Prospective Studies, Resuscitation Orders, Sala R, South America, Stiefel F, Terminally Ill/px [Psychology], Truth Disclosure
Children with cancer talk about their own death with their families
Tags: 1993, Attitude Of Health Personnel, Attitude To Death, Backlog, Child, Child Psychology, Christie D, Communication, Family Health, Female, Goldman A, Humans, Journal Article, Male, Neoplasms/psychology, Non-U.S. Gov't, Parent-child Relations, Patient Care Team, Pediatric Hematology And Oncology, Preschool, Questionnaires, Research Support, Self Disclosure, Sibling Relations, Truth Disclosure
Communication with parents of children with cancer
Tags: 1994, Adaptation, Adolescent, Adult, Backlog, Black I, Child, Communication, Defense Mechanisms, Eden OB, Emery AE, Female, Follow-up Studies, Grief, Human, Infant, Interview, Journal Article, Leukemia/psychology, MacKinlay GA, Male, Neoplasms/psychology, Palliative Medicine, Parent-child Relations, Parents/education/psychology, Patient Care Team, Preschool, Professional-family Relations, Psychological, Truth Disclosure