Parental grieving after a child dies from cancer: is stress from stem cell transplant a factor?

Title

Parental grieving after a child dies from cancer: is stress from stem cell transplant a factor?

Creator

Drew D; Goodenough B; Maurice L; Foreman T; Willis L

Publisher

International Journal Of Palliative Nursing

Date

2005

Subject

Psychology; Adaptation; PedPal Lit; psychology Questionnaires Research Support; Grief Health Services Needs and Demand Humans Male Mass Screening Neoplasms/psychology/; Non-U.S. Gov't Risk Assessment Risk Factors Stem Cell Transplantation/; Psychological Adult Analysis of Variance Anxiety/psychology Attitude to Death Attitude to Health Case-Control Studies Child Cross-Sectional Studies Depression/psychology Female; Psychological/diagnosis/etiology/; Stress (Psychology); therapy New South Wales Nursing Assessment Nursing Methodology Research Parents/

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

266-73

Issue

6

Volume

11

Citation

Drew D; Goodenough B; Maurice L; Foreman T; Willis L, “Parental grieving after a child dies from cancer: is stress from stem cell transplant a factor?,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed December 1, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13332.

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