Psychological research in childhood cancer: the Children's Oncology Group perspective

Title

Psychological research in childhood cancer: the Children's Oncology Group perspective

Creator

Armstrong FD; Reaman GH

Publisher

Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Date

2005

Subject

U.S. Gov't; PedPal Lit; Non-U.S. Gov't Research Support; access to adequate numbers of participants; and access to longitudinal cohorts. Barriers include cost; and ultimately prevent these effects by better diagnostic classification and targeted treatment. This focus should ultimately lead to translation of intervention research findings to standard of care in the larger childhood cancer community.; Child Humans Medical Oncology/methods Neoplasms/therapyPatient Care Team Psychology/methodsResearch Research Support; competition for limited resources; lessen the impact of late effects of treatment; multicenter clinical-trial cooperative groups offer opportunities for psychological research that may be impossible at local institutions. Benefits include collaboration with other disciplines; P.H.S.%X OBJECTIVE: To review benefits and barriers to psychological research on childhood cancer in multidisciplinary; shared research infrastructure; standardization and quality control

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

89-97

Issue

1

Volume

30

Citation

Armstrong FD; Reaman GH, “Psychological research in childhood cancer: the Children's Oncology Group perspective,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 25, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13561.

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